I’ve heard that outside of hospital, the chance of a successful CPR is only 7%… Some might say “What’s the point of learning first aid then?” True, what is the point? The issue could be looked at in two ways though; Is 7% for a life worth everyone getting trained? Or is the cost of training and effort far outweigh the 7% benefit of a life saved?
Since I’m an optimist and I like a punt, I would say that 7% chance of survival is pretty good. What would you say?
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