Chest Compression Only CPR

Golder Ranch Fire District has teamed up with U of A Sarver Heart Center to bring the community the ability to learn Chest-Compression-Only CPR.

All Classes will be held at the Station 380 Public Meeting Room located at:

1175 W. Magee Rd. Tucson, AZ 85704 



Bystanders who perform chest-compression-only CPR instead of traditional CPR with mouth-to-mouth resuscitation (rescue breathing) save more lives, a study shows.

Researchers found that adults who experienced cardiac arrest in a non-hospital setting, such as a restaurant or mall, were 60% more likely to survive if they received compression-only CPR than if they received traditional CPR or no CPR until an emergency medical services (EMS) crew arrived at the scene. – The findings are published in the Oct. 6 issue of TheJournal of the American Medical Association.


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