Monday, October 25, 2010

New CPR Guidelines Make It Easier to Save a Life

New CPR guidelines were issued last week. No longer are you supposed to include mouth-to-mouth resuscitation (though no doubt they'll still use that in movie and television plots). The focus is on chest compressions. The American Heart Association says that if everyone learned and used the new CPR, about 20,000 lives a year would be saved in the United States.

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