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Home Compression-only and standard CPR – with chest compressions and rescue breaths – were associated with doubled survival rates compared with no CPR. (American Heart Association) Compression-only and standard CPR – with chest compressions and rescue breaths – were associated with doubled survival rates compared with no CPR. (American Heart Association)

Compression-only and standard CPR – with chest compressions and rescue breaths – were associated with doubled survival rates compared with no CPR. (American Heart Association)

Compression-only and standard CPR – with chest compressions and rescue breaths – were associated with doubled survival rates compared with no CPR. (American Heart Association)

Compression-only and standard CPR – with chest compressions and rescue breaths – were associated with doubled survival rates compared with no CPR. (American Heart Association)