Study: CPR, defibrillators allow bystanders to save lives

People who go into cardiac arrest are being saved by citizens who perform CPR and use automated external defibrillators as commonly as they are saved by highly trained paramedics, a new study says. The research also found rates of brain damage resulting from cardiac arrest are lower among people treated by bystanders because paramedics take much longer to arrive on the scene.

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