I haven't checked many of them out, but I suppose that most CPR sites carry banners that say: print this page and paste it to your refrigerator. It would make sense. After all, no matter how fast download times are becoming, and regardless of the continued increase in bandwidth, I don't think that anyone choking on a foreign object would be capable of waiting patiently until whoever is helping them logs in to the internet, finds the proper page (let's say it's already bookmarked and doesn't have to be found in an index) and reads the instructions. Of all the information that the internet seems to be well suited for, emergency health situations doesn't seem to be one of them. Then again, a Shockwave animation of how to correctly perform resuscitation could truly be the icing on that sort of cake.
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