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Cardiac arrest survival odds better in public
Some defibrillators offer step-by-step voice instructions to guide bystanders offering help to cardiac arrest victims. (CBC) The chances of surviving when the heart stops suddenly and a bystander applies a shock are better in a large public place like ...
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