The NEJM articles also support the Red Cross position that further research is needed.

‘the NEJM articles also support the Red Cross position that further research is needed. It is important to note that the Red Cross will help lead this research through a CPR skill retention study at different at different educational models and Compression-only CPR compared with full CPR. ‘Full CPR recommended for infants and children because they have a sudden cardiac arrest due primarily breathing problems that are low in loss of oxygen, since a child’s oxygen levels experience in their blood at the time of cardiac arrest, they need rescue breaths to oxygen and help in resuscitation. Spite this enhancement Compression-Only CPR is still better than no action.

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