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|Early hyperoxemia may not increase mortality after cardiac arrest: a pilot study|
|Young Taeck Oh, Yong Hwan Kim, You Dong Sohn, Seung Min Park, Dong Hyuk Shin, Seong Youn Hwang, Suck Ju Cho, Sang O Park, Chong Kun Hong, Hee Cheol Ahn, Young Hwan Lee|
|Clin Exp Emerg Med. 2014;1(1):28-34. Published online 2014 September 30 DOI: https://doi.org/10.15441/ceem.14.017|
Does early withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment increase mortality after cardiac arrest?
Increased mortality with early therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest – A case study in allocation bias
Reply to Letter: Increased mortality with early therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest—A case study in allocation bias
Very early intra-arrest cooling may improve neurologically intact survival after cardiac arrest
Cardiac arrest in children: Increase in ventricular tachycardia/fibrillation, decrease in mortality!
First do no harm: Echocardiography during cardiac arrest may increase pulse check duration
Tau protein analysis after hypothermia treatment after cardiac arrest—A pilot study
Initial bispectral index may identify patients who will awaken during therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest: A retrospective pilot study
The hypothermia after cardiac arrest study group. Mild therapeutic hypothermia to improve the neurologic outcome after cardiac arrest
Reply to Letter: ‘Is early hypothermia deleterious in comatose survivors to cardiac arrest?’ and ‘The optimal timing of initiation of therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest’
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