Participate yourself in sustaining the other lives

Our lives is a gift from the God, we as human, we should keep our bodies in good health and protect it from any danger it may effect badly on it. Our responsibility to protect lives, seek medical treatment if our bodies feel sick, there is no disease without cure except death. During our lives, we may became sick, by getting medical treatment, we shall improve. Unfortunately there is some medical conditions called cardiac arrest cause cessation of heart lead to sudden death with no time to seek medical treatment. Cardiac arrest can happen in any time, in any place, can be managed by proper immediate first aid. The key of survival is the time. As soon as first aid done, butter results.

Why we should learn first aid:
Where sudden Cardiac Arrest may occur:
What Signs and Symptoms of Sudden Cardiac Arrest
What Are The Common Risk Factors of Sudden Cardiac Arrest
What is Critical factor effect outcome:
When to tell if someone is DEAD
What the rescuer keep in mind
How can recognize the victim is unresponsive:
What is Chest Compression Fraction CCF
How to improve CCF
How To Check Pulse
Who To Do Chest Compression
Who To Do Mouth-to-Mouth Ventilations
Who To Do Mouth To Nose Ventilations:
What The Effect Of Hyperventilation
When To Stop Ventilations
Who To Do Two Rescuer Ventilation
What The Common Drugs Used In CPR
What The Differences Betwwen Adult Child and Infant CPR
Who To Differentiate Types Of Chest Pain

If the victim is unconscious:
Fire up these in Systematic Approach:

  • BLS Assessment
  • Primary Assessement
  • Secondery Assessment
  • Return Of Spontaneos Circulation (ROSC)

    BLS Assessment

  • Assess the enviroment safty, do not start CPR in sorounding dangers
  • Baseic concenept is start CPR and give defibrillation early withot delay
  • Begin CPR even if you are not sure about presence of Pulse
  • unneeded compression is less harmful than postponed compressions
  • delaying CPR reduces the chance of survival and good neurologic outcome


  • Check responiveness
  • Tap and shout "Are uou OK"
  • Shout for help
  • Activate the emergency system
  • Get the AED of available
  • While assessing consciousness evaluate the patient’s Pulse , airway.
  • If the patient is face-down, you must roll the patient onto his or her back, taking care not to create or worsen an injury.
  • If the victim unresponsive, start CPR immediatly