The rules of CPR are simple: PUSH HARD AND FAST at a minimum speed of 100 BEATS PER MINUTE.
In an emergency, you or someone else must call 9-1-1 before starting CPR.
Feeling the beat?
You got it. Now tap the hotspot in time to the rhythm.
Nice work! You’re pretty good at this.
But can you stay on track without the music?
Only one way to find out…
You’re on your own in
Push it real good
You’re nearly there!
C’mon, you’ve nearly made it!
Using a cell phone? Remember to say where you’re calling from first.
Alright, so you weren’t able to keep to the beat this time round. But according to an American study, 1 in 2 people won’t perform CPR.
According to an American study, 1 in 2 people won’t perform CPR. So just by trying, you did better than the 50% of people who said they wouldn’t.
So just by trying, you did better than 50% of people who wouldn't.
You can help change those stats.
This game is a reminder of the two simple steps that could help you save a life. It uses Hands-Only CPR, which is a way of doing CPR without mouth-to-mouth breaths. It’s recommended if you see a teen or adult collapse suddenly.
The American Heart Association® recommends 100 to 120 chest compressions per minute when performing CPR. For the purposes of this game, we have used 100 BPM as the benchmark. The contents of this game are for general and educational purposes only; it is not a substitute for medical or legal advice. Please refer to the AHA® for further information.