Can popular voice assistants guide you through CPR?
Recent study reveals Only 59% of responses included relevant CPR info. Just one third gave actual instructions.
According to Dr. Adam Landman “Answers from voice assistants lacked relevance and showed inconsistencies”.
Witnesses of medical emergencies should NOT rely solely on voice assistants. Always prioritize calling medical emergency number.
Spend 90 seconds to learn CPR. Awareness is key. The life you save could be someone you know.
Music guides like the beat of “Staying Alive” can aid in CPR delivery. Technology has the potential to assist.
In any cardiac event, the first action should always be to call 911 (United States), 102 (India).