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Defib timing in resuscitation guidelines questioned

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ANONYMOUS 10 APRIL, 2016 8:26 AM By the way, none of the issues I mentioned in the BMJ piece I linked to above, dig into an analysis of the immediate post-mortem behaviour which afflicted me - they are all about either poor understanding, or very similar issues, connected to CPR. It IS TRUE, that clinicians seem much keener to discuss how CPR can be best performed, than to discuss those issues - which is rather the point !

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10 April, 2016

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1:03 pm

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