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Code 4: Organizing a Hospital Resuscitation Program

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Film Identifier: F.2011-01-0342
Run Time
0h 14m 38s
Format
16mm
Color
B&W
Sound
Optical
Date Produced
1965
Abstract
Instructional film geared towards hospitals and their staff. The film discusses the importance of developing resuscitation programs and the importance of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training as a simple and effective method of keeping patients alive until more elaborate measures can be taken. The film acknowledges the diversity of hospitals, but encourages each hospital to create resuscitation programs by training its staff with life-saving resuscitation procedures and techniques. The film was shot on location at The Bryn Mawr Hospital (Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania), The Hoover Pavilion (Palo Alto, California) and The Palo Alto-Stanford Hospital Center (Palo Alto, California).
Main Credit
Smith, Kline & French Laboratories (is production company)
Ralph Lopatin Productions (is producer)
Additional Credit
Cahill, Dorothy F. (is contributor)
Cornman, Henry D. III (is contributor)
Elam, James O. (is contributor)
Fletcher, Grant (is contributor)
Harris, Ruby (is contributor)
Johnson, Joyce Dunn (is contributor)
Jude, James R. (is contributor)
Lillehei, C. Walton, 1918- (is contributor)
Nobel, Joel J. (is contributor)
Form
Short
Related Places
Pennsylvania (production location of)
California (production location of)