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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

These pictures illustrate concepts highlighted in the American Heart Association’s 2010 CPR Guidelines, including the importance of prioritizing compressions over breaths, the use of capnography and 12-lead ECG, and the need for a coordinated approach to cardiac care. Also included are new AHA algorithms for CPR. Note: Full-size algorithms are available in the supplement PDF at www.jems.com/special/evolution-resuscitation.

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