A Mayo Clinic presentation of how to give CPR to to those who have suffered a heart attack. This is a new method of CPR called Continuous Chest Compression CPR, which does not involve breathing into the mouth of the patient. This new method of CPR is now advocated by the Mayo Clinic and other medical authorities.
Watch Bentley Bobrow, M.D., and Tyler Vadeboncoeur, M.D. of the Mayo Clinic Emergency Department»
These are important matters, and you should always consult your doctor for medical advice before making any decisions or taking or refraining from taking any action of a medical nature.
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