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The Alabama automated defibrillation pilot program.

Sneed R.
PMID: 2239624
Ala Med. 1990 Jul-Aug;60(1):26-7.

The Alabama Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians is now sponsoring a pilot program using EMT-Basic equipped with semi-automatic ("smart") defibrillators for the treatment of cardiac arrest patients in the field. This article outlines the rationale for...

Septic shock: principles of management in the emergency department.

Ghirga G, Ghirga P, Presti A.
PMID: 2047305
Pediatr Emerg Care. 1991 Apr;7(2):125-6.

No abstract available.

An alternative explanation for esophageal perforation during neonatal resuscitation: hazards of nonregulated wall suction.

Karlowicz MG.
PMID: 2240647
Anesth Analg. 1990 Dec;71(6):709-10. doi: 10.1213/00000539-199012000-00026.

No abstract available.

Prehospital cardiac arrest: the impact of witnessed collapse and bystander CPR in a metropolitan EMS system with short response times.

Spaite DW, Hanlon T, Criss EA, Valenzuela TD, Wright AL, Keeley KT, Meislin HW.
PMID: 2240722
Ann Emerg Med. 1990 Nov;19(11):1264-9. doi: 10.1016/s0196-0644(05)82285-1.

OBJECTIVE: Numerous studies have shown initiation of bystander CPR to significantly improve survival from prehospital cardiac arrest. However, in emergency medical services (EMS) systems with very short response times, bystander CPR has not been shown to impact outcome. The...

Successful CPR in a severely hypothermic patient using continuous thoracostomy lavage.

Iversen RJ, Atkin SH, Jaker MA, Quadrel MA, Tortella BJ, Odom JW.
PMID: 2240735
Ann Emerg Med. 1990 Nov;19(11):1335-7. doi: 10.1016/s0196-0644(05)82300-5.

Severe hypothermia with cardiopulmonary arrest often requires prolonged resuscitation while rewarming procedures are implemented. A 63-year-old male in cardiopulmonary arrest with a core body temperature of 23.7 C was resuscitated successfully after core rewarming by means of a two-chest-tube...

External transcutaneous pacemakers.

Bocka JJ.
PMID: 2686498
Ann Emerg Med. 1989 Dec;18(12):1280-6. doi: 10.1016/s0196-0644(89)80259-8.

The concept of transcutaneous external cardiac pacing has been present for approximately 200 years. However, it was not until the early 1950s that transcutaneous pacing was practical. Implantable pacemakers were introduced in the late 1950s, superceding the more cumbersome...

Early fresh frozen plasma prophylaxis of abnormal coagulation parameters in the severely head-injured patient is not effective.

Winter JP, Plummer D, Bottini A, Rockswold GR, Ray D.
PMID: 2719367
Ann Emerg Med. 1989 May;18(5):553-5. doi: 10.1016/s0196-0644(89)80842-x.

Serious head injury may be complicated by coagulation abnormalities. Fresh frozen plasma (FFP) has been advocated as resuscitation fluid, in patients with head injury, to prevent the development of abnormal coagulation. The efficacy of this practice has never been...

[Use of cranio-cerebral hypothermia among the complex resuscitation measures in mental disorders].

Taranskaia AD, Bacherikov AN, Pervomaĭskiĭ EB, Lomakin II.
PMID: 1647094
Zh Nevropatol Psikhiatr Im S S Korsakova. 1991;91(1):123-6.

Craniocerebral hypothermia was employed in multimodality treatment of 10 patients with hypertoxic schizophrenia and 60 patients with intoxication psychoses, the clinical picture of which was characterized by increasing hypoxia and edema-swelling of the brain. Hypothermia was made to a...

Trauma in pregnancy.

Daddario JB.
PMID: 2778702
J Perinat Neonatal Nurs. 1989 Oct;3(2):14-22. doi: 10.1097/00005237-198910000-00004.

No abstract available.

Rapid fluid resuscitation: how to correct dangerous deficits.

Sommers M.
PMID: 2300293
Nursing. 1990 Jan;20(1):52-60. doi: 10.1097/00152193-199001000-00022.

No abstract available.

A survey of resuscitation training in Canadian undergraduate medical programs.

Lloyd S, Ackerman M, McCallum A, Psutka D, Blake J.
PMID: 1737302
CMAJ. 1992 Feb 15;146(4):440-1, 444.
Free PMC Article

No abstract available.

Revised guidelines for life support.

Wynne G.
PMID: 2300474
Nurs Times. 1990 Jan 17-23;86(3):70-5.

No abstract available.

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