Delivery of high-quality CPR is the cornerstone of all efforts to improve outcomes from sudden cardiac arrest. The 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines for CPR and ECC continue to emphasize just how important it is.Read more...
This issue of Code Communications reviews the science behind high-quality CPR, its impact on outcomes, and the continuous effort needed by quality improvement programs in order to bridge the gap between optimal and actual resuscitation performance.
About the author
Laurel Linder is a nationally registered paramedic living in Riverside, Calif. She is currently a clinical support specialist for ZOLL’s Resuscitation Pathways Program.
Her professional medical experience includes working on a neonatal/pediatric critical care transport team, on a Fire/EMS rescue ambulance, and in the emergency department.
Laurel earned her BS in Emergency Medical Care from Loma Linda University and obtained her paramedic licensure from the UCLA–Daniel Freeman Paramedic Education Program.
She is certified in BLS, ACLS, PALS, and PHTLS.
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