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Journal Scan / Research · November 29, 2021

Epinephrine Before Defibrillation for Shockable In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Is Associated With Worse Outcomes

BMJ : British Medical Journal

 

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BMJ : British Medical Journal
Epinephrine before defibrillation in patients with shockable in-hospital cardiac arrest: propensity matched analysis
BMJ 2021 Nov 10;375(xx)e066534, E Evans, MB Swanson, N Mohr, et al

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