Saving Lives More Efficiently

first_imgClick here to read more. And when should emergency crews rapidly transport a patient to a hospital with lights and sirens on, potentially endangering the lives of paramedics and other motorists and pedestrians — even though the care provided by the emergency crew is the same as what can be provided in the emergency department? ANN ARBOR, Mich.– When someone’s heart suddenly stops beating — a condition called cardiac arrest — there’s a lot that bystanders and ambulance crews can do to get it started again. But if the victim doesn’t respond, when should such efforts stop?last_img

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