Linda Honeycutt

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OBJECTIVES To determine factors associated with cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) provision by CPR-trained bystanders and to determine factors associated with CPR performance by trained bystanders. METHODS The authors performed a prospective, observational study (January 1997 to May 2003) of individuals who called 911 (bystanders) at the time of an(More)
BACKGROUND A tremendous amount of public resources are focused on improving cardiac arrest (OHCA) survival in public places, yet most OHCAs occur in private residences. METHODS AND RESULTS A prospective, observational study of patients transported to seven urban and suburban hospitals and the individuals who called 911 at the time of a cardiac arrest(More)
Responding to incidents involving geriatric patients presents multiple challenges and considerations for care. A variety of changes occur to the human anatomy, the physiological functions of the body and emotional state as an individual ages. Understanding these changes, their effect on medication administration and treatment options is important for the(More)
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