Bystander CPR increased survival rateBystander CPR increased survival rate

The 2018-2019 annual report published by Victorian Ambulance Cardiac Arrest Registry showed that bystander CPR increased survival rate by 3.5 times. Patients who received bystander CPR had a survival rate of 14% as compared to those with no bystander CPR (4%). Reference: https://www.ambulance.vic.gov.au/record-survival-rates-for-cardiac-arrest-in-victoria/ Full report: http://www.ambulance.vic.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/VACAR-Annual-Report-2018-2019_FINAL-APPROVED-COMPRESSED.pdf{...}
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Bystander CPR with at least a shock by AED increases survival rateBystander CPR with at least a shock by AED increases survival rate

London Ambulance Service published a report that shows the proportion of people surviving a cardiac arrest that happens outside of hospital reaching its highest level of 10.8 per cent – twice the rate it was a decade ago. “10,152 patients suffered an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest between 1st April 2018 to{...}
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