European Resuscitation Council Guidelines 2021: Epidemiology of cardiac arrest in Europe.

@article{Grsner2021EuropeanRC,
  title={European Resuscitation Council Guidelines 2021: Epidemiology of cardiac arrest in Europe.},
  author={Jan Thorsten Gr{\"a}sner and Johan Herlitz and Ingvild Beathe Myrhaugen Tjelmeland and Jan Wnent and Siobh{\'a}n Masterson and Gisela Lilja and Berthold Bein and Bernd W. B{\"o}ttiger and Fernando Rosell-Ortiz and Jerry P. Nolan and Leo Bossaert and Gavin D. Perkins},
  journal={Resuscitation},
  year={2021},
  volume={161},
  pages={
          61-79
        }
}

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