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Quality of in-hospital CPR may fail to meet guidelines

>"There are several potential practical solutions for helping to improve poor CPR quality. The first involves mechanical devices that can provide chest compressions reliably at a set rate and depth. These devices may generate better hemodynamic characteristics than manual chest compressions. Another solution is to improve monitoring and feedback to reduce human error during manual CPR, by using devices such as [a certain type of] CO2 monitors and 'smart defibrillators', which can measure CPR characteristics and provide audio feedback to alert rescuers to errors such as incorrect chest compression or ventilation rate," the authors write.


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JAMA and Archives Journals
18-Jan-2005


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