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The study was conducted to improve chest compression training by analyzing manikin-assessed scores on chest compression and self-assessed scores on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) based on music and metronome training after video self-instruction (VSI). The 64 participants had undertaken 50 min of VSI and practiced 25 min of compression-only (C-O) CPR. Thirty-two participants of the music (the Bee Gees' Stayin' Alive) training group practiced C-O CPR 103 times a min, while 32 participantsdoi:10.7731/kifse.70539b0b fatcat:hnoha4pbgjchlos3z543ysoc5i