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Learn CPR is a free public service supported by the University of Washington School of Medicine.  Learn the basics of CPR - cardiopulmonary resuscitation. The American Heart Association issued updated CPR guidelines in October, 2010.
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CPR information
  STANDARD CPR FOR ADULTS - CPR in three simple steps
HANDS-ONLY CPR FOR ADULTS - CPR in two simple steps
CPR FOR CHILDREN - CPR in three steps for small children
CPR FOR INFANTS - CPR for infants in five simple steps
STANDARD CPR POCKET GUIDE - Printable CPR instructions
HANDS-ONLY CPR POCKET GUIDE - Printable CPR instructions
CPR FOR CATS & DOGS - CPR instructions for your family pet
  STANDARD CPR FOR ADULTS VIDEO - Standard CPR techniques for adults
HANDS-ONLY CPR FOR ADULTS VIDEO - Hands-only CPR techniques for adults
CPR FOR CHILDREN VIDEO - CPR techniques for children
CPR FOR INFANTS VIDEO - CPR techniques for infants
CHOKING ADULT VIDEO - First aid for a choking conscious adult
CHOKING CHILD VIDEO - First aid for a choking conscious child
- First aid for a choking conscious infant
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  CONSCIOUS ADULTS - First aid for a conscious adult
CONSCIOUS CHILD - First aid for a choking child
CONSCIOUS INFANTS - First aid for a choking infant
  CPR FAQ - Have a question about CPR? Check here first
CPR FACTS - Facts and general information about CPR
CPR LINKS - Links to other great CPR resources
CPR QUIZ - Think you're an expert? Take our quiz and test yourself
CPR HISTORY - Interested in learning about the history of CPR?
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This web site is to be used as a free guide and an informational resource, but it cannot replace real CPR or first aid training. Please try to attend a CPR training course in your community and help save a life.

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