|CPR Full Form||Civil Procedure Rules|
|CPR Full Form||Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation|
Civil Procedure Rules
CPR are the rules of civil procedure used by the Court of Appeal, High Court of Justice, and County Courts in civil cases in England and Wales. The CPR were designed to improve access to justice by making legal proceedings cheaper, quicker, and easier to understand for non-lawyers. As a consequence of this, many archaic legal terms were replaced with “plain English” equivalents, such as “claimant” for “plaintiff” and “witness summons” for “subpoena”.
The first hour is considered a golden hour when the heart goes round. In this golden hour, we can save a patient’s life. Sometimes ambulance or medical facility is not available soon for some reason. At such a time, we have to know what CPR is, how to do it so that the patient’s life can be saved.
It is a first aid. When someone is unable to breathe, who is unconscious, or comes to Heart Attach, then CPR can save anyone’s life first and foremost. Whenever someone gets an electric shock, heart attack, suffocation, or drowning in water, we can get help from CPR many times.
Furthermore, to perform CPR, you must ensure that the patient is in supine position (lying on his or her back on a firm surface). It makes CPR easy and effective as it allows the effective compression of the sternum. CPR on a soft surface like mattress is less effective. In addition to this, the person giving chest compressions should be positioned high enough so that he or she can properly compress the chest.