Focus on the brain of the cardiac arrest survivor.

@article{Yeung2015FocusOT,
  title={Focus on the brain of the cardiac arrest survivor.},
  author={Joyce Yeung and V{\'e}ronique R. M. Moulaert},
  journal={Resuscitation},
  year={2015},
  volume={88},
  pages={A5-6}
}
Training in resuscitation has traditionally centred on improving inks in the chain of survival.1 Delivery of high quality cardiopulonary resuscitation and timely defibrillation is the key to optimal atient outcome.2 It is also important that rescuers recognise how ardiac arrest event affect the lives of the patients. With the help f national registries, we now have a much better understanding f outcomes of survivors of cardiac arrests. The UK National Cariac Arrest Audit recently published in… CONTINUE READING
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