When I was attending the First Aid course last December, I was asked to memorize the CPR process, a lengthy and confusing one which one needs to follow when administering to an unconscious person.
I, begin quite a graphically and logical-thinking kind of person, charted out a rough flowchart of the whole process, from seeing someone lying down on the floor all the way to waiting for help to come.
Finally got by bum going to do up a clear and proper one, albeit after nine months! It gives the chance to revise the process again, making sure I know what to do when the need arises.
I did up just a simple one first, without too much graphics, to see how it turned out. It went from quite a long flowchart vertically to a somewhat proportionate one which can be printed out on a A4 or A5 paper. I’ve attached the flowchart in PDF format which is free for you to download and keep in your wallet, and you can take it out to revise once in a while, like me.
What do you think? Is the process accurate? What is missing? What graphics would you suggest?
Comments are welcome, cheers!