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HUMANS OF THE U: EMALEE EGELUND

“The first time I gave CPR I had to carry the patient through three feet of water to a boat. The thing TV doesn’t teach you about CPR is that people don’t revive magically from a few chest compressions and a good-old rescue breathe. It can take minutes of consistent repetitions and even then, that just keeps the blood flowing to the patient’s brain and organs to avoid complete organ failure.”

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JUMP TO: U statement on sexual violence announcement Apply to be an orientation leader Humans of the U: August & September Equifax Breach: How to protect yourself against identity theft and fraud October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month Health care and homelessness U leading clinical trial to treat CMV and combat hearing loss in […]

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