CPR: Updated Treatment Consensus From International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation
Some recommendations were made based on low- or very-low-quality evidence due to lack of appropriate studies.
Several weeks after camping, a 32-year-old man experiences syncope while driving to an urgent care center to address his worsening symptoms of fatigue.
Compared with patients not taking digoxin, patients with a serum digoxin concentration of ≥1.2 ng/mL had a 56% increased hazard of mortality.
Patients who experienced out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and were shocked by a bystander were significantly more likely to survive to discharge compared with patients who were initially shocked by emergency medical ...