stop breathing




January 26, 2010 (San Diego)--Would you know how to respond if your child stopped breathing or someone you love had a heart attack?


As parents we all want the very best for our children. But when it comes to knowing what to do if our child stops breathing, we panic and call 911. Every year, we hear about children who have drowned in a pool because no one knew how to perform CPR. If CPR is administered within the first two minutes, the child has a good chance of surviving with no brain damage. After four minutes the child can have severe brain damage and after six minutes the chance of survival is slim.