A survey of labour ward clinicians' knowledge of maternal cardiac arrest and resuscitation.

  title={A survey of labour ward clinicians' knowledge of maternal cardiac arrest and resuscitation.},
  author={Sharon Einav and Idit Matot and Haim Berkenstadt and Ruben Bromiker and Carolyn F Weiniger},
  journal={International journal of obstetric anesthesia},
  volume={17 3},
BACKGROUND Guidelines for the management of cardiac arrest during pregnancy exist but they are based on little research. The study hypothesis was that experienced medical clinicians who specialise in obstetric care would not follow current International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation/American Heart Association recommendations in this situation. METHODS Following waiver of informed consent by the institutional review board, an anonymous structured scenario questionnaire survey was… CONTINUE READING


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