Cardiopulmonary resuscitation by medical and surgical house-officers.


In teaching hospitals the responsibility for cardiopulmonary resuscitation usually rests with the house-staff, yet most house-officers receive no formal training in life support. The life-support skills of 45 medical and surgical house-officers in a university teaching hospital were tested by means of simulated cardiac arrests. House-officers were graded on… (More)


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