In hospitals, the survival rate from cardiac arrest is 24%; outside hospitals, where immediate CPR and defibrillator use are much less common, it's about 6%. (http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/2015/11/01/cpr-training-update/74594704/) So why don't more people attempt CPR? 1. Not recognizing cardiac arrest 2. Fear
Sign up for a CPR and/or First Aid Class and learn to recognize the symptoms and what to do in an emergency.