According to a report led by experts at Washington University School of Medicine in St.

Louis. The scholarly study, published online on Oct. 15 in The Lancet, established that the upper body compression-only method of CPR improved survival prices over standard CPR. Regular CPR involves alternating upper body compressions with rescue breaths. We viewed data from three research, says principal investigator Peter Nagele, MD. Individually, the studies had been ‘underpowered’ statistically and may not display a survival benefit.Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology Information offers retained its placement as the main biotech publisher around the world since its launch in 1981. GEN publishes a print edition 21 times a season and has additional special editorial content online, like news and analysis as well as blogs, podcasts, webinars, polls, movies, and application notes. GEN’s unique information and technology focus includes the complete bioproduct life cycle from early-stage R&D, to applied analysis including omics, biomarkers, along with diagnostics, to bioprocessing and commercialization.

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