The ratio between recommended chest compressions and breaths in CPR has changed.
"The revised CPR guidelines, issued Monday by the American Heart Association, advise giving 30 chest compressions for every two rescue breaths, up from 15 for every two breaths."
It's time to get re-certified.
"About 9 million Americans are trained in CPR each year. The heart association hopes to increase that number to 20 million in the next five years."
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