- Quality of lay person CPR performance with compression: ventilation ratios 15:2, 30:2 or continuous chest compressions without ventilations on manikinsSilje Odegaard
University of Oslo, Division Ulleval University Hospital, Norway
Resuscitation 71:335-40. 2006..In conclusion, continuous chest compressions without ventilations gave significantly more chest compressions per minute, but with decreased compression quality. No flow time for 30:2 was significantly less than for 15:2...
- Time used for ventilation in two-rescuer CPR with a bag-valve-mask device during out-of-hospital cardiac arrestSilje Odegaard
Institute for Experimental Medical Research, Ulleval University Hospital, N 0407 Oslo, Norway
Resuscitation 77:57-62. 2008....