Should the heart suddenly stop beating, a patient has the greatest chance of survival if reanimation is started within three minutes. Usually the emergency services are unable to arrive within three minutes. On average it takes 8 to 10 minutes for them to arrive at the scene. By then the chance of survival of the patient will have fallen to below 15%. For this reason it is important that by-standers start with reanimation as quickly as possible.
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