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AMBU CARDIOPUMP "APPEARS MORE EFFECTIVE" FOR CERTAIN CPR PATIENTS

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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AMBU CARDIOPUMP "APPEARS MORE EFFECTIVE" FOR CERTAIN CPR PATIENTS, Keith Lurie, MD, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, et al. conclude in a study published in the May 11 Journal of the American Medical Association. According to Lurie et al., active compression-decompression cardiopulmonary resuscitation (ACD CPR) using the Cardiopump "appears to be more effective than standard CPR in a well-defined subset of victims of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests during the critical initial phases of resuscitation."
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