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From: The timing of testing influences skill retention after basic life support training: a prospective quasi-experimental study

Fig. 2

a and b A comparison of BLS step mean scores by group using Kruskal-Wallis test and post-hoc analysis. Students in 3mExam group showed the best skill retention during the final evaluation. NoExam and EndExam groups’ performance was similar, except rate and consistency of chest compression, and duty cycle. Scoring based on 0 = incorrect and 1 = correct. Significant differences (p < 0.05) and the results of post-hoc analysis are marked with a star. CC: chest compression, SD: standard deviation

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