There is this question:
where it's divided to three different questions:
- Title question: How are ratios for one person CPR arrived at?
- How are the ratios determined?
- What impact if any do minor changes in the ratio have?
Initially I've answered it to 1. by giving the ratios according to NHS as I thought this was the main question, because of the title, but I've received comment that this is not what was asked for and that this is another question which gives the ratios (which sounded like this is not about at all):
I am not seeing how this answers the question. It seems to be just another example of possible ratios. – James Jenkins
And this answer explains what to do, not how the protocol is determined.. – Shlublu
Then James clarified that he wants answers actually related to 2. & 3. I've re-wrote the whole answer including what health impact have the minor ratio changes.
Shlublu commented in chat that it would be good to have historical changes instead.
The point is that the answer should focus on why thing change.
Which I don't see in the question it-self.
Then another person edited out the ratios for 'infants and children' completely, so I thought maybe the question should focus only on impact of minor changes, not the ratios at all.
Then today my question was removed by anongoodnurse, because my question doesn't answer what are the ratios arrived at?
Therefore I'm confused, what question actually ask or maybe different people interpreting this question in different ways? Or maybe the question should be clarified further more or closed as not clear?
And this was the right thing to do removing by my question.
I'm aware my answer is not perfect, but it's not tragic either.
For the reference:
Or maybe the mods shouldn't interfere and trying to understand the answers and make the decision by them-self whether the answer answer the question or not, as people understanding the topic should do that (by up or down-voting the question). If answer was wrong, OP him-self should clarify in the comment if the answer meet his needs (he did, but it was before the right edit which was actually the result of his comment). This makes the SE model a bit flawed, as only one person decide whether answer should be removed or not.