Chief Salmi (ret.) shares the impact of a building a culture of CPR excellence - Episode 2
In Episode 2 of RQI’s video series on CPR quality improvement, Chief Gregg Salmi (Retired) with Carrollton Fire Rescue shares the impact of building a culture of CPR excellence. Survival from sudden cardiac arrest depends on many factors. The entire chain of survival must work together to save that patient. As the Resuscitation Academy in Seattle, WA says, “It takes a system to save a victim.” Through this video series, you’ll hear from first responders, clinicians, bystanders, and survivors who are working to increase survival from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest within their communities and systems. They are sharing what they have learned, and what still needs to be done to make an impact on increasing survival. Subscribe to our channel to insure you see each new episode as it's released!
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