Harvard Health Letter

The importance of bystander CPR

This newer way to perform CPR is easier than the traditional method, and itís saving lives. Every year, more than 350,000 Americans experience sudden cardiac arrest, when the heart stops beating without any warning. In the agonizing moments before paramedics arrive, thereís no blood circulating in the body to deliver oxygen to the brain and other organs; death is just minutes away. …

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