Cpr Informative Speech Outline

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Saving a life
General Purpose: to inform
Specific Purpose: to inform the audience about the steps to perform effective CPR.
Preview statement: Today I will demonstrate the three steps every adult needs to know to perform effective CPR including delivering compressions, delivering rescue breaths, and performing the cycle.

Introduction:
95% victims of cardiac arrest die prior to reaching a hospital or care facility. By performing CPR the chances of survival immediately increase.
The way to decrease the percentage of deaths by cardiac arrest is to increase the number of people aware of CPR methods.
How do I know? I have been a lifeguard for 6 years, performing CPR twice. I am also a certified nurse's assistant who has taken multiple CPR training
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The cycle is then repeated: 30 compressions and two breaths; 30 compressions and two breaths.
If the person, whether it be a family member or complete stranger has not begun moving after five cycles and an automated external defibrillator is available, apply it and follow the prompts it gives you.
After the AED delivers the shock you should resume CPR; till asked to shock again, or until emergency personnel take over.
(internal summary: this is the correct way to save an unconscious victim’s life using nothing but your own knowledge.)
Conclusion:
There are three key points with supporting knowledge to successfully save a life including delivering compressions, delivering rescue breaths, and performing the entire cycle.
By these actions, you will be ready and confident when the call comes to you to save a life, whether that victim is someone you love and a part of your family, or you are saving a complete stranger.
SCA or Sudden Cardiac Arrest in US alone kills more than 900 adults. Now that you have been trained and informed about CPR, you will be ready to act immediately in an emergency situation and buy time for our professional teams to

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