Getting your CPR certification online involves learning how and when to give CPR to a person in need. However, there is very little information in the online CPR curriculum that covers when to stop CPR. Learning the CPR steps helps answer the question, “when should CPR be stopped.” But cardiac arrest emergencies are high pressure, you may need further assistance addressing when to stop CPR. Even if you are CPR certified, studies show that your skills begin to diminish after six months. Staying up to date using articles and other educational resources can keep your CPR skills sharp. This blog discusses 5 reasons to stop CPR. Even if you’ve got your online certification, there is very little that can prepare you for the real-time emergency of responding to someone in cardiac arrest. This blog helps enables you to put your CPR training to use so you act fast and don’t make mistakes in the field.