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n CME : Your SA Journal of CPD - Press much more, blow much less - new international resuscitation guidelines : main article

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Abstract

High-quality CPR is achieved by:

  • pushing hard (½ the depth of the chest)
  • pushing fast (almost 2 compressions per second)
  • allowing full chest recoil after each compression
  • minimising interruptions in chest compressions
  • avoiding hyperventilation.
The greatest and most urgent priority is to provide both lay and health care professionals with the skills of high-quality CPR that are easily taught, easily remembered and easily implemented so that many more lives may be saved.

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2016-12-04
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