I have comments on the March 16 article on cardiac arrest victims.
First, it states that “people suffering from cardiac arrest will likely be unconscious and not breathing.”
In order to do CPR, the victim must be unconscious and not breathing, or they should not get CPR in the first place. Too many people are getting CPR who do not need it, and results can be serious. If someone is not unconscious or if they are breathing, do not do CPR.
Also, the article states that compressions sh...