Hands Only CPR Gradually Gaining Ground
From: Ground Report
A study conducted by researchers based in Arizona has shown that a higher survival rate is present for those patients who were administered hands-only CPR as compared to both those who received no CPR at all, as well as those who were administered conventional CPR (a combination of rescue breaths – what is known as mouth-to-mouth resuscitations – as well as chest compressions).
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