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Bystander CPR is one of the most effective and necessary components of cardiac arrest management, increasing survival rates by two to three times. However, rates of bystander CPR are inadequately low. Hands-only CPR has been found to be an effective intervention in the management of cardiac arrest and addresses many of the barriers to bystander CPR.
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Witt, Ethan, "Improving Cardiac Arrest Outcomes with Hands-Only CPR" (2019). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 429.