Does Rescue Breathing Still Have a Place in CPR?

Modern rescue breathing (or mouth-to-mouth resuscitation) was first developed by Peter Safar and James Elam in 1956, and the invention of CPR later followed in 1960.  Since that time, rescue breathing, the act of manually inflating the lungs via mouth-to-mouth, breathing pumps or breathing machines, has been a key component of the CPR method.  However,

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