1. Women in cardiac arrest less likely than men to get help from bystanders  CNA
  2. Why women are less likely to receive CPR  Newshub
  3. Women are more likely to die if they have a cardiac arrest in public 'because people fear performing CPR on them could be seen as sexual assault'  New Zealand Herald
  4. Cardiac arrest more deadly for women than men, study finds  CTV News
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REUTERS: Women who suffer cardiac arrest outside of a hospital are less likely to receive help from bystanders and have less chance of survival ...REUTERS: Women who suffer cardiac arrest outside of a hospital are less likely to receive help from bystanders and have less chance of survival ...

Women in cardiac arrest less likely than men to get help from bystanders - CNA

“Heart attack? Women are less likely to be helped by a bystander than men... Don't assume she fainted -> start chest compressions! Women's chances of surviving cardiac arrest are half those of men: https://t.co/UTLKMbVEba”

Kelly VanderBeek on Twitter: "Heart attack? Women are less likely to be helped by a bystander than men... Don't assume she fainted -> start chest compressions! Women's chances of surviving cardiac arrest are half those of men: https://t.co/UTLKMbVEba"