ush the Chest
If you see a person collapsing suddenly, losing consciousness and stopping breathing, ask people nearby to call 119 and find an AED. Then, start pushing down on the person’s chest forcefully as soon as possible (chest compressions). This circulates blood to the brain and other vital organs by manually pumping the heart. The repetition of this simple CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) procedure can save many lives.
ush the AED Buttons
When an AED (automated external defibrillator) arrives, follow the voice guidance, check for safety around the device, and press the SHOCK button.
ush Yourself to Do Whatever You Can
The most difficult thing to do for most people is probably to approach the person suffering from sudden cardiac arrest and talk to that person. Be brave and try to speak to him or her, then do whatever you can to help save the person.