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06/13/2015 08:25 PM ID: 100707 Permalink   

CPR App Helps Cardiac Arrest Victims

 

A new mobile app, which summons trained CPR volunteers to a person in cardiac arrest, may help save lives, a new study found.

Researchers in Sweden used the "SMS Lifesavers" to locate CPR-trained people near cardiac arrest victims. The software increased the number of bystanders providing CPR by 30 percent.

"The new mobile phone text-message alert system shows convincingly that new technology can be used to ensure that more people receive life-saving treatment as they wait for an ambulance," says cardiologist Dr. Jacob Hollenberg.

 
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