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LAFD dispatchers waste time getting 911 callers to start CPR

latimes.com (1 year and 10 months ago)

Sep 14, 2012

A new study raises concerns about time-consuming questions the dispatchers are required to ask. Often CPR does not start until after brain death can begin.Los Angeles Fire Department dispatchers waste valuable time getting 911 callers to start CPR on cardiac arrest victims, often beginning the life-saving procedure after the point at which brain death begins, according to an internal study obtained by The Times. full story

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