CPR developed for dogs, cats
URBANA (AP) — When a person's heart stops, emergency responders don't have to guess which way is the best to administer CPR.
But up until now, there haven't been any real guidelines for the best way to resuscitate a dog or cat suffering cardiac arrest.
"It was just, 'This is what we think you should do,'" says Dr. Maureen McMichael, head of emergency medicine at the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
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