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  • What do Cochrane systematic reviews say about cardiac arrest management? [Journal Article]
  • SPSao Paulo Med J 2018; 136(2):170-176
  • Pacheco RL, Trevizo J, … Riera R
  • CONCLUSIONS: This review included nine Cochrane systematic reviews that provided a diverse range of qualities of evidence (unknown to high) regarding interventions that are used in management of cardiac arrest. High-quality evidence was found by two systematic reviews as follows: (a) increased survival until hospital discharge with continuous compression, compared with interrupted chest compression, both administered by an untrained person and (b) no difference regarding the return of spontaneous circulation, comparing aminophylline and placebo, for bradyasystolic patients under cardiac arrest. Further studies are needed in order to reach solid conclusions.
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