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The Case for CPR Feedback Devices

For many patients in cardiac arrest, the best hope lies in high-quality, effective CPR—not defibrillation. But even professionals often fall short in their CPR technique. Dr. John Freese explains why CPR feedback devices hold such hope for increasing cardiac arrest survival rates.

Posted Wednesday, November 20, 2013

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Oklahoma City & Tulsa Reveal Playbook for Cardiac Arrest

The pit-crew approach and these three steps raise survival rates.

Posted Friday, September 7, 2012

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Study Examines whether Changes in Resuscitation Practices Affect Outcomes

Study examines whether changes in resuscitation practices affect patient outcomes.

Posted Wednesday, April 25, 2012

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Prehospital Intubation & Cardiac Arrest Survival

Study examines whether prehospital ETI increases cardiac arrest survival.

Posted Wednesday, February 2, 2011

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The Experts Weigh In

Issues in CPR performance and resuscitation are discussed, as well as best practices in CPR training, historical practices that have to be changed, pitfalls and obstacles to proper CPR performance, the importance of feedback and feedback devices in producing positive outcomes and what hospitals have learned about CPR performance that can help prehospital teams.

Posted Tuesday, November 30, 2010

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Retraining Pays Off

Case studies of some interesting techniques and guidelines for improving CPR from around the world.

Posted Tuesday, November 30, 2010

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The Science of CPR

Although CPR has been used for many years in conjunction with other resuscitation interventions, recent studies demonstrating the reality of its use in clinical settings and linking its quality to patient outcomes have revolutionized attitudes surrounding the importance of properly performed chest compressions.

Posted Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Technologies & Practices Webcast Q&A

Here are Dr. Saussy’s responses to questions submitted by attendees during the June 30, 2010 webcast "Technologies & Practices: Is EMS driving care?"

Posted Tuesday, July 27, 2010


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