CPR should be performed by a single rescuer until other rescuers are available, then it may be performed by two rescuers (one performing chest compressions and one performing rescue breaths). There is less interruption to chest compressions if the work is shared between the two rescuers, rather than one person doing it all until tired. Frequent rotation of rescuers (especially the rescuer performing chest compressions) should be undertaken to reduce fatigue.

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