Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: racial differences in outcome in Seattle.

Abstract

OBJECTIVES Out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest is a key area in which to study the dual problem of the poorer health status of minority populations and their poorer access to the health care system. We proposed to examine the relationship between race (Black/White) and survival. METHODS We determined the incidence and outcome of cardiac arrests in… (More)

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@article{Cowie1993OutofhospitalCA, title={Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: racial differences in outcome in Seattle.}, author={Margaret Cowie and Carol E. Fahrenbruch and Loren Cobb and Alfred P. Hallstrom}, journal={American journal of public health}, year={1993}, volume={83 7}, pages={955-9} }