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Hands-only CPR helps encourage lay rescuers to get involved who may not otherwise help. Rescuers deliver 2-2.4 inch deep compressions at a rate of 100-120 compressions per minute without the need to deliver rescue breaths in between. Hands-only CPR eliminates the fear of transmitting disease by removing the mouth-to-mouth component of CPR.