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Understanding the drugs used during cardiac arrest response.

The collapse or sudden deterioration of a patient in a clinical environment can have a number of possible causes. If it is identified as being due to a cardiac arrest, the survival chances of the patient will be increased by following guidelines established by the Resuscitation Council (UK) (2005). These describe the sequence of actions that should be undertaken at the various stages of the resuscitation attempt.

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