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High-quality CPR Improves Cardiac Arrest Outcomes
Provides recommendations on CPR quality metrics, monitoring and feedback, team-level logistics, and continuous quality improvement
Aims to stimulate transformative change on a large scale by providing healthcare practitioners and healthcare systems a tangible framework with which to maximize the quality of CPR and save more lives
Reviews the gaps in science and technology and provides recommendations for future directions in research and development needed to improve CPR quality
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2013: published online before print June 25, 2013, 10.1161/CIR.0b013e31829d8654.
Wake up, CPR providers: High-quality CPR is wanted and needed!
by Kjetil Sunde, MD, PhD
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