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 Graduate School of Medicine in Japan in the journal
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