Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Open Access Journals

 CPR stands for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, which is an emergency lifesaving technique that is performed instantly when someone has stopped breathing or pulse that needs to be made to operate by physically compressing the chest that overlies the heart that pushing oxygen into the lungs. This is used to maintain blood when the heart stops beating, normally due to sickness, medications or trauma. This can happen after a heart attack, drowning or an electric shock. The CPR techniques often differ according to the patient's size and age. The open access journals are peer reviewed, Clinical Research & Bioethics scholarly journals. The top open access journals are freely accessible on the public internet domain, so that any end user can read, print, copy, distribute, prink, search or link to posts are entire texts. To meet the insistent need of the scientific community, these include high quality, closely reviewed, and rapid dissemination. Such journals are indexed with all of the citations they have mentioned.  

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