HE HAS THE BEAT: In 1960, Dr James Jude, working alongside two colleagues at Johns Hopkins Hospital, pioneered research that led to the development of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). In this March 2011 photo, Jude, who went on to a long medical career in Miami, demonstrated how to apply hands-only CPR, during an event at Kendall Regional Center Medical Center.
HE HAS THE BEAT: In 1960, Dr James Jude, working alongside two colleagues at Johns Hopkins Hospital, pioneered research that led to the development of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). In this March 2011 photo, Jude, who went on to a long medical career in Miami, demonstrated how to apply hands-only CPR, during an event at Kendall Regional Center Medical Center. Pedro Portal El Nuevo Herald
HE HAS THE BEAT: In 1960, Dr James Jude, working alongside two colleagues at Johns Hopkins Hospital, pioneered research that led to the development of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). In this March 2011 photo, Jude, who went on to a long medical career in Miami, demonstrated how to apply hands-only CPR, during an event at Kendall Regional Center Medical Center. Pedro Portal El Nuevo Herald

Miami doctor James Jude, who pioneered CPR, dies at 87

July 28, 2015 11:31 AM

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