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Distributing personal resuscitation manikins in an untrained population: how well are basic life support skills acquired?

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  • Competing interests AMN received an unrestricted research grant from the TrygFonden foundation, Denmark. Laerdal Medical supplied the resuscitation manikin, ResusciAnne and the Laerdal PC SkillReporting System version 2.0. Neither TrygFonden nor Laerdal Medical took any part in designing the study, analysing the data or approving the manuscript. None of the remaining authors have any declared conflicts of interest.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.

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  • Competing interests AMN received an unrestricted research grant from the TrygFonden foundation, Denmark. Laerdal Medical supplied the resuscitation manikin, ResusciAnne and the Laerdal PC SkillReporting System version 2.0. Neither TrygFonden nor Laerdal Medical took any part in designing the study, analysing the data or approving the manuscript. None of the remaining authors have any declared conflicts of interest.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.

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