My roommate mentioned to me that she saw on TV a "newer" form of CPR. Meaning next we can expect to be doing 50:2 CPR. I'm all for giving every patient a chance. Being a rural provider, with 30:2, we've come close to sheer exhaustion, working someone to the ER. I know constant compressions is the key, but at what point is it okay to give up b/c you just can't do anymore? At that rate, we'd need extra manpower just to do CPR for the 45min. which is usually our time from the scene to ER. I haven't seen the piece, don't know where she saw it, but it had to have been on TV last night.