Our partner organisation Cochrane First Aid recently published its first Cochrane Corner, accompanied by a visual abstract that highlights the key findings, in the International Journal of First Aid Education.
This Cochrane Corner summarizes the findings of a Cochrane systematic review that compares the effectiveness of continuous versus interrupted chest compression cardiopulmonary resuscitation in case of non-asphyxial out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. It focuses on one part of the Cochrane Review, i.e. on CPR that is delivered by untrained bystanders supported by telephone instruction, as this is most relevant to first aid practice.
By publishing the Cochrane Corner in a first aid journal, Cochrane First Aid aims to give first aid trainers, laypeople providing first aid and guideline developers direct access to highly relevant first aid-related high-quality evidence tailored to them, which they might otherwise not have access to.
Interested in reading this open-access Cochrane Corner? Click here.