Gordon Ewy

Chief Cardiologist at the University of Arizona College of Medicine

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Chief Cardiologist at the University of Arizona College of Medicine

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The goal of  cardiopulmonary resuscitation  on people with cardiac arrest is to keep them alive--without brain damage.  A Japanese  study  of more than 4000 incidents shows that those…

CPR Study Says Skip the Mouth-to-Mouth for Heart Attacks

The goal of cardiopulmonary resuscitation on people with cardiac arrest is to keep them alive--without brain damage.  A Japanese study of more than 4000 incidents shows that those…

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