A few weeks ago a study came out that said that performing CPR for 38 minutes or longer can improve a patient’s chance of surviving cardiac arrest. This is great news! Sustaining CPR that long also improves the chances that survivors will have normal brain function, researchers said. Now we just need to get more bystanders trained in CPR so that when someone suffers sudden cardiac arrest we can act and save lives!
22 Nov 2013
Our Hands Can Save Lives!