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CPR Changes

Press release from American Red Cross referencing Hands Only CPR

Washington, DC- The American Red Cross has conducted an initial review of the recent changes to the ECCU 2010 guidelines for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care and does not plan to make any substantial changes to our courses as a result of these new guidelines. We are continuing with a more thorough review of the science behind the guidelines and may institute subtle changes in the future if they are warranted.
While we support the use of the hands-only technique by bystanders, full CPR with chest compressions and rescue breaths is still best for many people, including children, adolescents, drowning victims, or people who collapse due to breathing problems. Health care professionals, such as doctors, nurses, paramedics, EMTs and workplace responders should continue to be certified in full CPR.

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pay for assignment writing on Tuesday, June 05, 2018 5:04 AM
Being announced and potentially perfect and more chances for perform the well and good objectives as well. Disease transmission and generating the refresher available on line to and comfortable emergency occurs as well.
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