Paul B Dommer

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Outcomes following unintentional, supratherapeutic ingestions of a patient’s own beta-blocker (BB) or calcium channel blocker (CCB) have not been well studied. A retrospective review of all poison control center (PCC) charts from January 2007 through December 2009 yielded 4,099 cases involving a BB or CCB. Of these, 436 (10.6%) met inclusion criteria. Data(More)
AIM OF STUDY High-quality CPR is associated with improved outcomes from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA). The purpose of this investigation was to compare the quality of CPR provided at the prehospital scene, during ambulance transport, and during the early minutes in the emergency department (ED). METHODS A prospective observational review of(More)
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