Basic CPR can be life-saving. It is important to know how to perform it, as well as the situations that require it. That being said, there are certain situations where aed should not be applied. These include:
1) A person who is breathing but unresponsive or showing no signs of circulation
2) A person who has suffered an electric shock
3) A person who has been submerged in water for less than 30 minutes
4) In cases of poisoning
5) When the scene is unsafe
6) When a trained professional can take over from here.
There are certain situations where AED should not be applied, such as when a person has suffered an electric shock. When the scene is unsafe or when trained professionals can take over from here.
There are also cases of poisoning and those people who have been submerged in water for less than 30 minutes which would disqualify them from receiving basic CPR. It is important to know how to perform Basic CPR because it can save lives!
But there are some scenarios that require more expertise so only qualified responders need to apply for these specific instances.