Only 39 percent of women suffering cardiac arrest in a public place were given CPR versus 45 percent of men, and men were 23 percent more likely to survive, the study found. The study involved nearly 20, cases around the country and is the first to examine gender differences in receiving heart help from the public versus professional responders. Benjamin Abella.
When students in wilderness EMT Alice Henshaw's training courses grab practice dummies for CPR drills, they have their choice of a traditional, flat-chested training manikin or one that looks a little different: a manikin zipped into a neoprene vest with silicone breasts.
By Alson S. Inaba, M. An ordinary man sang for a stranger's life —and saved it by using a simple CPR technique I came up with to help more people save more lives. Tom Maimone, 52, suddenly collapsed in a driveway in Delray, Fla.
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