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Continuous Chest Compression CPR

Two of the biggest problems with the old method of CPR is, one breathing into the victims mouth and how many compressions to do.

To solve both of these problems, the Mayo Clinic has developed what they call "Continuous Chest Compression CPR

With this method, there is no mouth to mouth contact and no counting how many compressions you are doing.

Watch the videos below and become familiar with this new method of CPR.


Learn Sarver Heart Center's Continuous Chest Compression CPR | College of Medicine