CARDIAC RESUSCITATION IN 2015: Improving outcomes after OHCA — targeting the layperson

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Abstract

The proportion of the lay population that is trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation is closely linked to the probability of an individual surviving cardiac arrest. New mobile-assisted technologies might increase the benefit of population-based training. Furthermore, admission of patients to specialized hospitals can increase the likelihood of survival.

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