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Research Article

Disparities in Survival with Bystander CPR following Cardiopulmonary Arrest Based on Neighborhood Characteristics

Figure 1

Survival based on income, race, and education level. Neighborhoods were separated by (a) income bracket, (b) race-predominance, and (c) education level. Overall survival (left) and survival with bystander CPR (right) are displayed. values with arrows indicate trends across the 3 groups. values with underlying brackets indicate differences between the two populations under each arm of the bracket. (d) Percent increased survival in intermediate-income and high-income versus low-income neighborhoods (upper half), integrated and white-predominant versus black-predominant neighborhoods (middle half), and high- and intermediate-education level versus low-education level (lower half) is shown.

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