In an eight-year study, Japanese citizens were trained in CPR and procedures were changed to allow emergency service personnel to deliver shocks and intubate patients in the field. Implementing the "chain of survival" for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest increased survival.
'Chain Of Survival' Saves Lives, Lessens Damage In Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest Patients In Japan
- 30. 1 2009 (01:20)