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The researchers found that bystander CPR significantly increased, from 21.1 percent in 2001 to 44.9 percent in 2010. Over the study period there was a significant increase in survival at 30 days (3.5 to 10.8 percent), survival at one year (2.9 to 10.2 percent), and the number of survivors per 100,000 persons on arrival at the hospital (at 30 days and at one year). Bystander CPR was associated with a significantly higher likelihood of 30 day survival, whether the cardiac arrest was witnessed (odds ratio, 4.38) or non-witnessed (odds ratio, 3.74).