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Extracorporeal life support for cardiopulmonary resuscitation for adults: evolving evidence

Monday, March 7, 2016

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Kehrl, Thompson; Kaczorowski, David J.

This is a very interesting and provocative article that discusses Exracorporeal Cardiac Life Support (ECLS) as an adjunct to CPR. ECLS has gained in popularity with new tools and techniques, ECLS guidelines, protocols and better understanding of the importance of early initiation.

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