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Can Faster Chest Compressions During CPR Save More Lives?

Is faster always better? Well, when it comes to delivering more effective CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation)—CPR that can save lives—results from a new study in the journal, Resuscitation, point to data indicating that faster chest compressions may indeed be the key to delivering better outcomes, measured by a variable known as return [...]
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