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More than 70,000 people suffer from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) every year in Germany. Tragically, only 5% of these SCA victims survive.

To achieve a positive outcome in every case, professional rescuers must continuously improve the quality of their care. This includes considering the unique requirements of each situation, and more and more involves handling of bystanders — either instructing them as supportive resource or helping to calm them down.

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