A new study suggests that women are less likely to get CPR from bystanders in a public place. Here’s why (and it’s crazy).

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One Response to “CPR is Sexist!”

  1. Flowtasia

    100-120 compressions per minute. Journey’s “Don’t stop believing” is 120 per minute..so is Kesha’s “Tik Tok.” Also, you depress the chest 2 inches. Google “AHA 2015 Guidelines”

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