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Healthline's Fox 6 Real Milwaukee CPR Segment


Healthline First Aid had an opportunity to do a five minute health segment on the Fox 6 Real Milwaukee program this week. Five minutes is not enough time to talk about how important CPR is or the changes to CPR that many people don't know about, but it did give us a chance to plug the American Heart Association's push for Hands-Only CPR. Click the link below and take a look!

http://realmilwaukeenow.com/2013/01/08/andy-berger-talks-about-the-importance-of-cpr/

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Why the change?

The AHA states that in the A-B-C sequence, chest compressions are often delayed while opening the airway, retrieving a barrier device, or gathering equipment. By changing the CPR sequence, chest compressions will be initiated sooner with a minimal delay in ventilations.