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Neighborhoods and Bystander-Initiated CPR

Posted by • October 24th, 2012

A 55 year-old man collapses on a city street. We know that he’s more likely to survive if bystanders act quickly to initiate cardiopulmonary resuscitation. But where is this most likely to happen? Does race and socioeconomic status play a role? In short: is a passerby more likely to give CPR in a rich, white neighborhood… Read More…