Fabrice Muamba: Taking a CPR class on Snapchat will save lives

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According to former football player Fabrice Muamba, a new Snapchat feature geared at teaching cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) will save lives.

Fabrice Muamba: Taking a CPR class on Snapchat will save lives
Fabrice Muamba: Taking a CPR class on Snapchat will save lives

 

The function may be found in the Lenses section of the Snapchat app.

The chest compressions are demonstrated and tested using the camera filter, which was developed in collaboration with the Red Cross organisation.

The 2012 heart attack victim Muamba said it was “extremely vital” for everyone to learn basic CPR.

Speaking from personal experience, he said, “I was lucky enough to have the best medical care I could have asked for when it happened to me.” He made this statement to BBC News.

“Young people today spend the majority of their time out and about with a friend. They are in big trouble if they find themselves in this circumstance and don’t know how to perform CPR.

 

However, if you are able to perform CPR using this Snapchat lens, you increase the likelihood that your friend will survive a sudden heart arrest.

 

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