Understanding the Role of Bystanders: Who is Responsible for Performing CPR in a Medical Emergency?

TL;DR: Bystanders’ CPR readiness is low at 40.2%. Anyone can perform CPR, especially in urban areas and for male patients. Awareness and training boost confidence in CPR emergencies. Steps include assessing responsiveness, performing CPR, and using an AED. Legal protections and ethical considerations guide CPR actions. Misconceptions about CPR persist, but it’s crucial to act…

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