Using Songs to Aid in Delivering Good CPR

Pass ACLS Tip of the Day

Dec 21 2023 • 4 mins

Providing good, high quality, CPR with minimal interruptions and early defibrillation are two keys to improved cardiac arrest outcomes.

A training tool used in many CPR and ACLS classes is to use a song (or a song list) with a tempo of 100 to 120 beats per minute to help the person doing chest compressions maintain an adequate rate.

Characteristics of good songs that will help us.

Advantages & disadvantages of using a song during CPR.

Selected songs from various genres and time periods from AHA's "Don’t Drop The Beat" playlist on Spotify.

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2mU2FNAhSOtQwW0hBgQMaK

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