Speedy care after heart attack key to survival
HealthDay/Washington Post, October 24, 2008
Getting a heart beating again is only the first step in saving a life after a sudden cardiac arrest, a new report shows. An advisory said that healthcare providers must move more quickly after resuscitation or risk the losing the patient to the original cause of the heart failure.
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