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Arizona research saves lives of cardiac arrest victims
Survival rates for victims of cardiac arrest are increasing dramatically – all because of research being done right here in Arizona. You can learn about that and how to do CPR at the next session of Mini-Medical School 2.0 at The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix.
Mini-Medical School 2.0 is a community lecture series held by the downtown Phoenix medical school that covers various cutting-edge health topics. The lecture take places on Wednesdays, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. in the Virginia G. Piper Auditorium at the College of Medicine – Phoenix campus. The event is free.
The second spring session, on April 1, will feature a lecture from Bentley J. Bobrow, MD, who has been the medical director of the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Trauma for the Arizona Department of Health Services. He has been instrumental in studies conducted by the university’s Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Center. Dr. Bobrow will discuss the increasing survival rates from cardiac arrest. Attendees also will have the opportunity to learn chest compression-only CPR on mannequins.
To register, please click here.