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What are the essential elements of High Performance CPR?

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Adult High Performance CPR (HP-CPR) Demo at the South Carolina Resuscitation Academy! Hilton Head Island Fire Rescue: Tim Santini, Jon Ceiply, Shane Marstiller, Sean Kavlick What is High Performance CPR? High Performance CPR typically consists of expertly performed BLS with strict attention to: Minimally interrupted chest compressions Ensuring optimal rate (100-120) Ensuring adequate depth (2 […]

Continuous Chest Compressions vs. 30:2. Does It Matter? Depends On the Quality!

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Seattle Fire Department Engine 2. The rescuer on the left has just placed a metronome on the ground. I will eventually get around to composing a more thoughtful blog post about my experiences at the Resuscitation Academy but in the interim I wanted to share something about the ventilation strategy in King County, Washington. There […]