C.A.U.S.E.: Cardiac arrest ultra-sound exam--a better approach to managing patients in primary non-arrhythmogenic cardiac arrest.

@article{Hernandez2008CAUSECA,
  title={C.A.U.S.E.: Cardiac arrest ultra-sound exam--a better approach to managing patients in primary non-arrhythmogenic cardiac arrest.},
  author={Caleb Hernandez and Klaus Shuler and Hashibul Hannan and Chionesu Sonyika and Antonios Likourezos and John Marshall},
  journal={Resuscitation},
  year={2008},
  volume={76 2},
  pages={
          198-206
        }
}
Cardiac arrest is a condition frequently encountered by physicians in the hospital setting including the Emergency Department, Intensive Care Unit and medical/surgical wards. This paper reviews the current literature involving the use of ultrasound in resuscitation and proposes an algorithmic approach for the use of ultrasound during cardiac arrest. At present there is the need for a means of differentiating between various causes of cardiac arrest, which are not a direct result of a primary… CONTINUE READING
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