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Insights for Data-Driven EMS

Taking a Deeper Look at the Guidelines for CPR

Not so long ago, professional rescuers were taught the same things as civilians when it comes to CPR — push hard, push fast....

Let’s Get to the Heart of the Matter: What You May Have Missed on the ZOLL Data Blog in February

About 610,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year – that’s one in every four deaths. And about 47...

Empower EMS to Deliver CPR Correctly with CaseReview

Heart disease is still the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. So during American Heart Month we...

Why Measure the Quality of Resuscitation? LA County Fire Department Shares Their Journey, Lessons Learned

One of the largest fire departments in the United States, the Los Angeles (LA) County Fire Department has 174 fire stations,...

Data Says: Switch Out Compressors to Optimize CPR Results

When performing high-quality CPR, one of the most important factors is compressor fatigue. When I started in EMS, the person...

To Perform High-Quality CPR - Change Your Compressor Every 2 Minutes (Whether they are Tired or Not!)

A very important factor in performing high-quality CPR is compressor fatigue. If the person doing the compressions can’t...

Changing your CPR Mindset

 It wasn’t long ago that EMS providers felt working an out of hospital cardiac arrest was a rather futile effort.  We...

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