Legislators in MD Introduce Hands-only CPR School Requirement
From: WBAL TV
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is life-saving emergency procedure.
"Only 11 percent of people who have sudden cardiac arrest out of the hospital survive, and survival is dependent upon somebody in the area who sees that person's arrest, who knows CPR and immediately initiates CPR until the paramedics come," said Michaeline Fedder with the American Heart Association.
Brianna Sudano credited CPR for saving her life. The 16-year-old suffered cardiac arrest after a field hockey game
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