eWellness: Bystander CPR better when more people help
Patients entering cardiac arrest are more likely to receive good–quality bystander–initiated cardiopulmonary resuscitation if multiple people assist. Among cases of out–of–hospital cardiac arrest, CPR quality is associated with multiple rescuers initiating bystander CPR, being in a central or urban setting, and receipt of bystander–initiated CPR and longer duration of resuscitation as per Dr Hideo Inaba, at Kanazawa University Gradua
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