In Europe, approximately 350,000 patients each year are unsuccessfully resuscitated following sudden cardiac arrest, and they die. This is about 1,000 patients per day. Most of these patients suffered an acute myocardial infarction. What would happen in Europe, if two Jumbo jets crashed here – two every day – without any survivors, and a similar number of deaths resulted? Would we start to invest more effort in this area? Would relevant amounts of money for research, education, and implementation of new and promising strategies be made available? No doubt at all. Why is this different with sudden cardiac arrest and resuscitation? ...
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