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CPR: A neglected but important part of fighting the opioid crisis
- Author: Stephen P. Wood, MS, ACNP-BC,
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Great Article Steve
CPR should be administered to the beat of the ‘Stayin’ Alive’ (Bee Gees)
You Tube link to ‘Stayin Alive’ : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Vj092UgKwQ
You tube link to CPR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuUXdQI5LLs
This article is realy helpful. Thank you for highlighting the importance of educating the people and especially at risk population family members. We, the youth, should share this information to all the people we know.
Thanks a lot Steve.
Great article. Thank you for highlighting the importance of educating the public and especially at risk population family members. Being a young adult in a period of epidemic I have witnessed countless young lives being taken from the disease. I have often wondered how many of them could have been saved if families were educated more appropriately in CPR.
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