Can you really imagine a dog doing CPR on a human? Well, you do not have to because there is such a dog that exists.
There are numerous instances in which dogs have saved people, especially their owners. They provide emergency alerts, act as a guide, run errands, and perform other acts of heroism, both large and small. But to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to their human companion is extraterrestrial.
Poncho, a Spanish police dog from Madrid, accomplished this feat. The Madrid Police Department taught Poncho CPR. One incident depicted a police officer collapsing. Poncho, who has a blue police light on his back, raced automatically to the downed officer.
The canine used his legs to pump the man’s chest. Poncho would periodically place his head on the police officer’s neck as a sign that he was checking his pulse. The Madrid police captured the demonstration of talent on camera, which they then uploaded to Twitter.
Even if it was only a simulation, it demonstrates how a dog may perform a man’s duties in an emergency. The footage demonstrated that the police dog did not hesitate to save the life of a person in need of assistance.
Each year, about 500,000 Individuals experience cardiac arrest. The majority of these incidents occur outside of hospitals. Over 90 percent of them ultimately perish due to the absence of first help.
45 percent of cardiac arrest incidents occur outside of hospitals, according to research. They survived because CPR was administered. CPR increases the victim’s chance of survival.
The goal of cardiopulmonary resuscitation is to maintain blood flow throughout the body of a victim of an assault. As a result of cardiac arrest, a person’s heart may cease beating for a few crucial seconds, which could be fatal. CPR is an essential procedure to perform while waiting for medical staff.