CPR Chart - Adults & Older Children

CPR Chart - Adults & Older Children (cover)

CPR is an acronym for cardiopulmonary resuscitation, the essential procedure used to provide first aid to a person whose heart has stopped beating.

The charts included below provide information on how to determine if CPR is necessary, and how to perform CPR on adults and older children.

Our charts can be downloaded and printed in A2 size or smaller. See also how to perform CPR in the detailed step-by-step CPR article for adults and older children.

Adult & Older Child Basic life support & CPR poster

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Adult CPR guide

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Adult Basic life support

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Other CPR Resources

Go to the CPR Library for even more information, guides and downloadable resources.

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