Epinephrine for Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest

Kyle Kelson, Ian S deSouza
Academic Emergency Medicine 2019, 26 (2): 256-258
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Petrit Mulaku

Means in future guidelines epinephrine will have same fate as atropine, most likely.


Beth Lux

So ....the problem is without a definitive change in the guidelines some lawyer is going to scream negligence if its not given. Dont understand reluctance of AHA to give up some things.


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