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Study: Cardiac arrest survival improving in US hospitals

from Reuters via Chicago Tribune

More people hospitalized for cardiac arrest are surviving compared with a decade ago, according to a U.S. study, possibly because of changes in hospital treatment and the way bystanders respond when somebody collapses. The study found that in 2008, the death rate among U.S. residents hospitalized after cardiac arrest was just under 58 percent — down from almost 70 percent in 2001. more


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