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The Haemodynamic Effects of Inadvertent Hyperventilation and the Consequences for Survival from Cardiac Arrest

Despite intensive efforts to improve cardiac arrest survival over the last 3 decades, survival rates have seen little change. The unadjusted rates of survival to hospital discharge only increased from 5.7% in 2005/2006 to 9.8% in 20121. This is despite an exponential growth in the treatments and devices used to aid the rescuers in their resuscitative attempts.

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