[Management of sudden death in a semi-rural district, Seine-et-Marne: the DEFI 77 study].

Abstract

Sudden death is a major problem in public health, affecting around 50 000 people a year in France. The prognosis for cardiac arrest is abysmal because for every minute lost the chances of survival diminish by 10%. The aim of this work was to prospectively evaluate the characteristics of cardiac arrest victims across an entire 6000 km? area, the Seine-et… (More)

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@article{Pochmalicki2007ManagementOS, title={[Management of sudden death in a semi-rural district, Seine-et-Marne: the DEFI 77 study].}, author={Gilbert Pochmalicki and J-Y Le Tarnec and J-P Franchi and J-P Empana and M. Genest and Remi Foucher and F Compagnon and Xavier P Jouven and Herv{\'e} Lardoux and Louis Guize}, journal={Archives des maladies du coeur et des vaisseaux}, year={2007}, volume={100 10}, pages={838-44} }