Comments for: If a family member needs CPR, you might be better off if you stay and watch, study finds

Posted March 21, 2013, at 4:17 p.m.

Family members who looked on as doctors performed CPR on their loved ones were far less likely to experience post-traumatic stress disorder three months later, a study has found. Researchers theorized that a close-up view of the resuscitation efforts might “help family members understand that everything possible to bring the …

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