Heart Association Offers New CPR Guidelines
December 01, 2005
"Push hard, push fast" next time you give CPR to someone having cardiac arrest, say new, simpler guidelines in a radical departure from past advice. Putting the emphasis on chest compressions instead of mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, the American Heart Association now urges people to give 30 compressions instead of 15 for every two rescue breaths.
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