Busy coffee shops and bank machines top list of ideal spots to place life-saving devices - Health

CBC | on Mon, Mar 20, 4:04 PM

Every second counts when someone is having a cardiac arrest — but there's often a disconnect between where the event happens and the nearest defibrillator.  New research focusing on Toronto suggests that busy coffee shops and bank machines may be ideal locations for the life-saving devices. When a cardiac arrest occurs, the survival rate decreases by 10 per cent for every minute that CPR and application of a defibrillator is delayed, emergency room doctors say.  Until now, physicians, governm...

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