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Featured in NEJM Journal Watch: Epinephrine May Be of No Survival Benefit in Cardiac Arrest — Physician’s First Watch

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April 18, 2014

Featured in NEJM Journal Watch: Epinephrine May Be of No Survival Benefit in Cardiac Arrest

By the NEJM Journal Watch Editors

A meta-analysis published in Resuscitation shows similar survival to discharge and neurological outcomes in adult cardiac arrest patients irrespective of epinephrine use or dose.

Reader Comments (9)

Masters Other Healthcare Professional, Critical Care Medicine, Hospital

Very interesting!

Cau Vo, MD Physician, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Office, Hospital, Teaching student

Your selected topics are interesting

T CONAGE Physician, Family Medicine/General Practice, clinic

that may revolutionize ACLS

ARTHUR HAMMER Physician, Pulmonary Medicine, Beth Israel Hospital of Brooklyn

New and useful information

Angel Bassols Physician, Critical Care Medicine, hosp Angeles del Carmen. Guadalajara

Epinephrine has a Good place in adult. cardiac. Arrest patients.

BARRY KRAMER Physician, Cardiology

Interesting article

gholam jabbari md Physician, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Iowa

excellent articles

kirsh m.d. Physician, Surgery, Specialized

as a cardiac surgeon i am always interested in the management of cardiac arrest

Larry Schmidt MD Physician, Gastroenterology

I am a out of hospital CPR survivor.

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