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Published in Cardiology

News · December 24, 2020

Socioeconomic Status Tied to Survival After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest

High-SES patients less likely to receive delayed cardiopulmonary resuscitation; more likely to survive CPR, to survive to discharge and to 30 days



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