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Defib timing in resuscitation guidelines questioned


It isn't easy to 'set up any sort of controlled experiment' for CPR, so analysing whatever data there is is always going to be tricky. CPR is a relatively ineffective treatment - which is not to say it shouldn't be an option - but I do wish that people would stop confusing CPR with various other things, as I recently explained:

Posted date

8 April, 2016

Posted time

2:22 pm