2015 Resuscitation Guidelines: CPR Matters The 2015 international resuscitation guidelines maintain the performance of high quality CPR, and more prevalent data has surfaced to show that high-quality CPR improves survival from cardiac arrest. High-quality CPR is described by the following: With the recommendations of upper and lower limits in compression depth, it may be challenging
The following article is written by David Grovdahl, MS, NRP is an EMS director and advocate for rural EMS systems. He has been a paramedic for 18 years and lectures frequently on topics ranging from data analysis to system design and the integration of technology in rural areas. The 5 Components of High Quality CPR Not
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A Filipino Ateneo student, Joel Alejandro, has designed an CPR app that will help people to assist people who suffer cardiac arrest. The app guides the person how to deal with a emergency situation when someone needs Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, gives the option to get trained and also to connect with other life-savers who can give support if
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