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New CPR Guidelines: Chest Compressions First

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New guidelines released by the American Heart Association recommend that the three steps of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) be rearranged.

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smartbrief.com — “The American Heart Association released updated guidelines for CPR and ECC. One major revision in the new guidelines includes a change in the CPR sequence from Airway-Breathing-Compression (A-B-C) to Compressions-Airway-Breathing (C-A-B). This new CPR sequence applies to adults, children and infant--View full resource at smartbrief.com

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cardiovascularbusiness.com — “In the 2010 guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), the American Heart Association (AHA) made several important changes including calling for chest compressions first before attempting rescue breathing.View full resource at cardiovascularbusiness.com

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kfyrtv.com — “When someone isn't breathing, clearing the airway, pinching the nose, breathing for them, and chest compressions have saved the lives of many people for years. But now the American Heart Association says there is a new approach to using Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation, CPR. New guidelines say reverView full resource at kfyrtv.com

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New CPR Guidelines Emphasize Compressions First

health.yahoo.net — “MONDAY, Oct. 18 (HealthDay News) -- Don't fret about mouth-to-mouth. The average, untrained person can still save a life by focusing on chest compressions first, say new guidelines from the American Heart Association.View full resource at health.yahoo.net

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New CPR Guidelines Focuses On Chest Compressions First - CAB Rather Than ABC

medicalnewstoday.com — “If somebody's heart stops while out in the street, lay rescuers should now focus on CAB (Compressions-Airway-Breathing) and not ABC (Airway-Breathing-Compressions) anymore, says the American HeartView full resource at medicalnewstoday.com

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cbs4.com — “If you've ever taken a class on how to do CPR, you will probably remember the A-B-Cs of cardiopulmonary resuscitation; clear the injured person's airway, assist in breathing by mouth to mouth and chest compressions.  Under new guidelines released by the American Heart Association on Monday, the steps have been rearranged to C-A-B – compressions, airway, breathing.View full resource at cbs4.com

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