Or you can sit on a pillow. I think they make female CPR dummy’s as if they have cast iron support bras which is something Chris Pratt Flag Shirt people trying to do CPR would come across. The breast bone is still accessible regardless. I think that obesity training would be useful, as it may be more difficult doing compressions on an obese person versus a slimmer person. You won’t because if you are doing CPR you have moved into the realms of preserving life rather than offering a conscious person help.
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If the injured/unwell person is conscious and refuses your help, then the most you can do is stick around to keep an eye on Chris Pratt Flag Shirt them and talk to them until help arrives or they sort themselves out somehow. If they require CPR, they will most likely be unconscious and in a life-threatening situation where you may be able to help preserve life until help arrives. Don’t think you read the article correctly it’s to normalize people giving women CPR because people feel uncomfortable giving women CPR because we have breasts.
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The difference is that bra removal is usually required because of the underwiring. That means alone male rescuer needs to make the woman topless, which could make them feel they are risking an accusation of sexual molestation. Even in a crowd, few bystanders would understand the need to do this. Also what we are told on what to look out for in having a stroke is what men experience. Also the same for heart attacks and I assume many other things too. This is very true.
To my eternal Chris Pratt Flag Shirt shame, when my mother was having a heart attack I was confused as it didn’t present the way we’ve always been shown I.e. the way it is in men. She didn’t clutch her chest or left arm and then keel over so I was all, this has got to be something else. Fortunately, my brother arrived shortly after and started CPR. He had received more inclusive training than me. I want the doctors to be able to recognize if I had a heart attack for example.