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In cases of SCA, correct rates and depth of chest compressions are essential to successful resuscitation," says Mark H.
The AutoPulse delivers high-quality, uninterrupted chest compressions to maintain myocardial and cerebral perfusion even when moving patients, traveling in an ambulance or while undergoing PCI.
CPR was more effective when rescue breathing was combined with chest compressions for children with cardiac arrest from non-cardiac causes, such as trauma, near-drowning or respiratory problems.
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Instead of two breaths for every 30 chest compressions, the procedure provides a breath for every abdominal compression because pushing on the abdomen depresses the diaphragm toward the head, expelling air from the lungs.
To address this issue, the authors recommend a simplification of previous instructions on CPR, with a stronger emphasis on continuous chest compression with minimal interruptions for ventilation and rhythm checks.
But now let's assume CPR were equally effective with chest compression alone.
A new understanding of how cardiopulmonary resuscitation(CPR) works has led to the development of a vest that, when rhythmically inflated, replaces manual chest compression.
The ability to provide the proper chest compression depth and rate is a critical aspect of high-quality CPR and essential to saving lives.
If you haven't been trained in CPR or are worried about giving mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to a stranger who is unconscious and has no pulse, you can do chest compression (or just hands only) CPR: 1.
BYSTANDERS who give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation are risking the lives of cardiac arrest victims and should stick to chest compression, researchers said today.