UA Doctor: Chest-only CPR Saves More Lives

From: The Yuma Sun

You see someone collapse and you wonder if you can help. You're not certified in  CPR and hesitate to perform mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.

Actually, you  no longer need to worry about correctly performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation  (CPR). Mouth-to-mouth breaths are not even needed, according to medical  experts.

The American Heart Association now recommends that untrained  bystanders and medical personnel alike begin resuscitation efforts with chest  compressions only.

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