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High Performance CPR

High Performance CPR

Qual­ity CPR improves sur­vival from car­diac arrest. Sci­en­tific stud­ies demon­strate when CPR is per­formed accord­ing to guide­lines, the chances of suc­cess­ful resus­ci­ta­tion increase sub­stan­tially. Min­i­mal breaks in com­pres­sions, full chest recoil, ade­quate com­pres­sion depth, and ade­quate com­pres­sion rate are all com­po­nents of CPR that can increase sur­vival from car­diac arrest. Together, these com­po­nents com­bine to cre­ate high per­for­mance CPR (HP CPR). To check out the toolkit on High Per­for­mance CPR, click here.

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