Jürgen Neukamm

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INTRODUCTION Sudden cardiac arrest is one of the most frequent causes of death in the world. In highly qualified emergency medical service (EMS) systems, including well trained emergency physicians, spontaneous circulation may be restored in up to 53% of patients at least until admission to hospital. Compared with these highly qualified EMS systems, in(More)
Every year a large number of patients suffer from cardiac arrest and must be reanimated. The German Resuscitation Registry was founded in 2007 in order to analyze and optimize these measures. The registry documents the course of reanimated patients at the time points "first aid", "further management" and "long-term outcome" and can thus provide a complete(More)
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