ERC Congress - Resuscitation 2023


2 - 4 November, Barcelona, Spain
N. Poster
Poster title
Applicant name
  4-P Thyroid storm-induced refractory cardiogenic shock & multiorgan failure managed by Veno-Arterial extra corporal membrane oxygenation support (VA-ECMO) and thyroidectomy: A single-center experience Mugahid Eltahir Received Received
  7-P Sustained inflation and chest compression versus 3:1 chest compression to ventilation ratio during cardiopulmonary resuscitation of asphyxiated newborns a cluster randomized controlled trial Georg Schmolzer Received Received
  16-P Does Point-of-care Ultrasound Improve Survivability During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in Cardiac Arrest? A Systematic Review and Meta-analyses Bjarne Madsen Härdig Received Received
  22-P Capnometry leves as an indicator of renal graft evolution after circulatory death Carlos Rubio Chacón Received Received
  23-P Analysis of donation after uncontrolled circulatory death in an Emergency Service Carlos Rubio Chacón Received Received
  24-P Sundays are for bicycles Carlos Rubio Chacón Received Received
  26-P Verification of new additional equipment for towing the powered stretcher on the snow surface Yutaka Takei Received Received
  27-P Optimal Resuscitation Strategies and Outcomes in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: Insights from a Nationwide Prospective Cohort Study in Japan Yutaka Takei Received Received
  28-P Improving First Pass Success Rate in Emergency Endotracheal Intubation Quality Improvement Study Radhika Sabnis Received Received
  29-P Emergency Medical Dispatchers Ability to Determine Obvious Death: Impact on Efficient Use of Resources Fabrice Dami Received Received
  31-P Analysis of cardiopulmonary resuscitation at the pre-hospital stage in Ukraine. Halyna Tsymbaliuk Received Received
  32-P Basic Life Support Defibrillation Training in Trentino (Italy) Enrico Scabardi Received Received
  33-P Poor survival rate for traffic accident cases: Survival may remain for indirect traffic accident cases Yutaka Takei Received Received
  34-P Investigation of the droplet protection effect of goggles for infection control in prehospital activities Yasuharu Yasuda Received Received
  36-P A Service Evaluation Calculating the Length of Resuscitation before Return of Spontaneous Circulation (ROSC) or Termination of Resuscitation (TOR) based on existing TOR guidance in South West England. Ollie Zorab Received Received
  38-P Development and validation of the prediction model of diabetic out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients: an eight-year population-based cohort study in Taiwan Chih-Wei Sung Received Received
  39-P Impact of pre-hospital Post-Cardiac-Arrest-Sedation on early parameters of post-resuscitation care Gerrit Jansen Received Received
  40-P Investigating healthcare needs prior to out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: a 5-year multicenter retrospective analysis Ching-Yu Chen Received Received
  42-P Ethical considerations can lead to variations in OHCA decision-making: A Danish national mixed-methods survey study Louise Milling Received Received
  43-P Night-shift attendance may decrease prehospital return of spontaneous circulation in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest Cheng-Yi Fan Received Received
  44-P Post-resuscitation outcomes among out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients in Singapore and Japan with initial shockable rhythm using the population-based databases Yohei Okada Received Received
  45-P Basic Life Support course implementation in Armenia Mikhail Cherkashin Received Received
  47-P Basic Life Support education for Football Federation of Armenia - small part of the global ERC-UEFA project Mikhail Cherkashin Received Received
  48-P Achieving Basic Life Support (BLS) compliance with Self Directed Learning (SDL) technology Rob Morrison Received Received
  49-P Equal cardiac arrest care? A qualitative study of healthcare professionals experiences Anders Bremer Received Received
  50-P Comparison of chest compression techniques in infant CPR Kobe Vandamme Received Received
  51-P Basic life support training of the workers of the gold mining company at the remote site in the Kyrgyz Republic. Aibek Ashyrbaev Received Received
  52-P Age-Appropriate Leadership and Lifesaving Education in Schools: An American Perspective Alan Himelfarb Received Received
  54-P The impact of prehospital physician involvement on survival after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in Poland Klaudiusz Nadolny Received Received
  55-P Dialysis patient and impact on outcomes in patient with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest klaudiusz nadolny Received Received
  56-P In-hospital survival in patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest based on the Glasgow Coma Scale Klaudiusz Nadolny Received Received
  57-P Chest injuries associated with manual chest compressions in adult patients who have suffered out-of-hospital cardiac arrest Alja Boi&269; Received Received
  59-P The Chain of bystander defibrillation: A nationwide investigation into factors associated with awareness of AED location Chien-Tai Huang Received Received
  61-P Measuring the Emotional Impact of Educational Resuscitation Videos Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) Svetlana Nela Received Received
  62-P The association between air pollutants and outcomes following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: a multicenter retrospective cohort study in Taiwan Chi-Hsin Chen Received Received
  63-P Witness and bystanders perception in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest a qualitative study. Hege Kristin Kjrvoll Received Received
  64-P Long term adverse events in adolescent visiting the emergency department with cardiovascular adverse reactions after COVID-19 vaccination June young Lee Received Received
  65-P Technology Activated Community First Responders in Singapore: Real-World Care Delivery & Outcome Trends Marcus Ong Received Received
  66-P A study of Contamination Status and Mitigation Strategies for Infection Control Garments for EMTs Koichi Sasaki Received Received
  67-P Team awareness enhanced with artificial intelligence and augmented reality (TeamAware) Marietta Pateinioti Received Received
  68-P Cardiopulmonary resuscitation duration and survival after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Does initial rhythm matter? Deborah Jaeger Received Received
  70-P Risk Factors and Prognostic Impacts of Rearrest in Patients with Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Chien-Yu Chi Received Received
  71-P A comprehensive evaluation of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in resuscitation medicine - A pilot study (HOT-RESUS 1 trial) Sebastian Schnaubelt Received Received
  73-P Exploring Sex Inequalities in the Return of Spontaneous Circulation: Quantitative analysis of Adult Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrests in England. Terry Brown Received Received
  74-P Utstein-Based score to predict ROSC (UB-ROSC): validation in a large cohort of cardiac arrest Maria Luce Caputo Received Received
  75-P POCUS pulse checks during CPR Soorya Suresh Received Received
  76-P End-Tidal CO2 and Glasgow Coma Scale in Non-Intubated Traumatic Brain Injury: Evaluation of Prehospital Nasal Capnography and Level of Consciousness Dawn Jorgenson Received Received
  77-P Use of the LUCAS 3 during cardiopulmonary resuscitation on a moving toboggan Shota Tanaka Received Received
  78-P Potential for rapid automated external defibrillators delivery by drone on ski slopes Shota Tanaka Received Received
  79-P Comparing Japanese ski resort fatality rates before and during the COVID-19 period Shota Tanaka Received Received
  80-P Single-occupancy patient rooms: do they alter the incidence and outcome of in-hospital cardiac arrests? Ralph Pruijsten Received Received
  81-P The Association Between the Immediate Postresuscitation Hemodynamic Parameters with Twenty-Four Hour Survival in Patients Surviving In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Abdullah Bakhsh Received Received
  82-P The Evaluation of Approaches to CPR during COVID-19 Pandemic: An online-survey based multidisciplinary multi-centered study from Turkey Ümitcan ÜNVER Received Received
  83-P Differential characteristics of cardiorespiratory arrests in our environment during and after the Covid-19 pandemic Mireia Cramp Vinaixa Received Received
  84-P How are the cardiorespiratory arrests in our environment? Description, survival and functional neurological prognosis of cardiorespiratory arrests in our environment. Mireia Cramp Vinaixa Received Received
  85-P One size fits all? - Candidates perception of ILS course delivery in Hamad International Training Center (HITC), Qatar using mixed methodology. Nangai Azhahan Received Received
  86-P Prehospital Survival After Resuscitation: Outcomes of Public Access AED Pedro Carvalho Received Received
  87-P Evaluating neuronal damage after CPR in a pig model - the creation of a scoring system Miriam Renz Received Received
  88-P Evaluation of different synchronized ventilation pressure levels during CPR in an experimental porcine resuscitation model Miriam Renz Received Received
  89-P Simulations in community CPR training: a promising approach to enhance self-confidence and preparedness to respond in potential emergencies Reinis Upenieks Received Received
  91-P Early post-resuscitation heart rate and hemodynamics as predictors of survival with a good neurological outcome in a pig model of cardiac arrest Daria De Giorgio Received Received
  92-P The effect of repeated ventricular fibrillation inductions on defibrillation outcome in a paediatric porcine model Olibhear McAlister Received Received
  94-P Undergraduates of non-health fields lack knowledge, skills and attitude in basic life support Pérola Nakandakari Sugimoto Received Received
  95-P Adjusting the algorithm of traumatic cardiac arrest for emergency medical services Jernej Jeromel Received Received
  97-P Is it sufficient to divide biomarkers only into dichotomies when predicting the prognosis using a multi-modal approach? Gisu Yun Received Received
  98-P Insomnia - a prevalent and persistent problem in cardiac arrest survivors Patrik Hellström Received Received
  99-P Effectiveness of drone thermal analysis in avalanche search and rescue Shota Tanaka Received Received
  100-P Effectiveness of using drones to search for missing patients on a snowy mountain Shota Tanaka Received Received
  101-P Is it necessary to begin with the maximum energy? High efficacy of the low-escalating energy shocks strategy in the cardioversion of atrial fibrillation. Piotr Abramczyk Received Received
  102-P Traumatic cardiorespiratory arrest, how are we doing ? EIDER ARBIZU FERNANDEZ Received Received
  103-P Underlying Etiology of Sudden Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in Survivors vs Non-Survivors After Initial Resuscitation in Japan Satoshi Yoshimura Received Received
  104-P Extracorporeal CardioPulmonary Resuscitation in Refractory Cardiac Arrest: Two Experimental Models and A Systematic Review Anthony Moreau Received Received
  105-P Evaluation of EOlifeX, a Ventilation Feedback Device during cardiopulmonary resuscitation in medical students training Xavier Eyer Received Received
  106-P Feedback for OBI - The ethnically Accurate Black-African Manikin, an observational study. Jeanette Walls Received Received
  107-P Chest Compression Depth - One Size Fits Each? James Russell Received Received
  108-P The impact of emotional barriers on callers initiation and continuation of CPR: does it vary according to the caller-patient relationship? Emogene Aldridge Received Received
  109-P Spatial analysis of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in Western Australia Ashlea Smith Received Received
  112-P Customised Immediate Life Support training for critical care nurses in a University Hospital Kerry Lewis Received Received
  113-P comparison of the outcome of post-cardiac arrest care pre- and post-covid-19 pandemic Eui Yeub Jung Received Received
  114-P Ambulance and helicopter response times in emergency medical services. The AHRTEMIS project. Peter Martin Hansen Received Received
  115-P Air versus ground transport times: a retrospective study in rural Belgium Sabrina Chevalier Received Received
  116-P Sympathetic Crashing Acute Pulmonary Edema Presenting to the Emergency Department Akshay Kumar Received Received
  117-P Clinicians approach to predicting outcomes of post cardiac arrest patients enrolled in a United States clinical trial Alexis Steinberg Received Received
  118-P Descriptive Study of Activity in the Resuscitation Area in the Emergency Department of a Level-2 University Hospital. Comparison 2021-2022 JAUME ORTET Received Received
  119-P Scanning Timing, Clinical Severity, and Imaging Patterns of Ultra-Early Diffusion-Weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Cardiac arrest Survivors: A Multicenter Cohort Study Byeong Kwon Park Received Received
  121-P Blood Pressure Targets For Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Shir Lynn Lim Received Received
  122-P Staff perceptions on the value of a cardiac arrest huddle. Deirdre Campbell Received Received
  123-P Regional cerebral oxygen saturation in resuscitated cardiac arrest patients Shir Lynn Lim Received Received
  124-P Change in ventilation parameters according to the duration of advanced life support Chang Je Park Received Received
  125-P A prospective observational study of the perfusion index as a predictor of return of spontaneus circulation in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest Stefano Malinverni Received Received
  126-P Out of hospital cardiac arrest caused by poisoning Elin Lindqvist Received Received
  127-P Fully Automated Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation - a Bridge to ECMO Jason van der Velde Received Received
  134-P Effect of highly educated neighborhoods on provision of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation in pediatric OHCA Minwoo Kim Received Received
  135-P Self-reported health problems in relatives of cardiac arrest survivors Johan Israelsson Received Received
  136-P Smartwatches and QCPR application for complex assessment of CPR effectiveness and providers physical performance on manikin Mikhail Cherkashin Received Received
  138-P Instructor and Candidates views of a novel educational approach to recertify as an Advanced Life Support provider in the UK. Alan Williams Received Received
  139-P Mortality Evaluation According to Length of Stay in the Emergency Department for Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: A Retrospective Cohort Study Mustafa Emin Canakci Received Received
  140-P Comparisons of the vertical one-handed chest compressions during pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation according to the rescuers handedness Je Hyeok Oh Received Received
  141-P Three years experience of deploying AED-equipped drones to suspected out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in Sweden. Andreas Claesson Received Received
  142-P Is intraosseous access safe? An emphasis on long-term complications that may arise following intraosseous drug delivery. Louise Breum Petersen Received Received
  143-P Cardiac Power Output as a predictor of early mortality in post-cardiac arrest cardiovascular failure Federica Magni Received Received
  144-P Intraoperative Cardiac Arrest: Facilities and Implementations- a Survey Study From Turkiye Pelin KARAASLAN Received Received
  145-P Treatment of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in the Austrian helicopter emergency medical service: a retrospective, nationwide cohort study Julian Michael Baumkirchner Received Received
  146-P Traumatic Cardiac Arrest A Nationwide Danish Study Signe Amalie Wolthers Received Received
  147-P L.I.F.E.F.O.R.C.E. - Learning Initiative For Elementary school Fun Oriented Resuscitation Coaching Europewide. An Erasmus European Project for teaching resuscitation to 6-10 years-old schoolchildren. ANDREA SCAPIGLIATI Received Received
  148-P Treat and Release Characteristics of Non-conveyed Patients in a Danish Emergency Medical System Jerker Mikaelsson Received Received
  149-P Challenges and experiences from being the first responder in a totally unexpected accident with 4 persons being brought up from the cold artic sea in North Norway a dark december afternoon. Trying to stay calm and deal with a hypothermia - drowning accide Olaf Jacobsen Received Received
  150-P Defining the appropriate age for the implementation of Kids Save Lives project. Results regarding the knowledge of Basic Life Support algorithm ACHILLEFS BOULETIS Received Received
  151-P Defining the appropriate age for the implementation of Kids Save Lives project. Results regarding the recognition of cardiac arrest ACHILLEFS BOULETIS Received Received
  152-P Automatic Mechanical Ventilation versus Manual Ventilation during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Kyungseok Park Received Received
  153-P A Development and demonstration of the protective efficacy of a convertible respiratory barrier enclosure: Development andValidation of Optimal Negative Pressure conditions Ju Young Hong Received Received
  154-P Police as first responders improve out-of-hospital cardiac arrest survival. Clint Jean Louis Received Received
  155-P Effect of economic & Covid-19 crisis on the Circadian Rhythm of Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI). Konstantinos Petsios Received Received
  156-P Basic life support awareness among general population in Athens, Greece John Trikilis Received Received
  157-P Cardiac arrest age and gender distribution in a Greek tertiary teaching hospital Konstantinos Fortounis Received Received
  158-P In hospital cardiac arrest: Factors affecting the outcome Konstantinos Fortounis Received Received
  160-P The risk stratification of pulmonary embolism with the Wells-, Geneva-, modified Wells- and modified Geneva-score Bence Bogár Received Received
  162-P Asystole after anesthesia induction in a patient taking pyridostigmine Konstantinos Fortounis Received Received
  163-P Newspaper coverage of cardiac arrest in Navarra, Spain (2010-2022) Clint Jean Louis Received Received
  164-P Ultrasound-guided vascular access education for nurses and radiographers with four-stage teaching approach Albina Gokoeva Received Received
  166-P Right Ventricular Pressure during Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation: An experimental study Konstantinos Fortounis Received Received
  167-P The association between defibrillation using Lifepak vs Zoll and survival following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: a cohort study Mette Qvortrup Received Received
  169-P A Retrospective Study on Machine Learning-Assisted Stroke Recognition for Medical Helpline Calls Jonathan Wenstrup Received Received
  171-P Sport-related Sudden Cardiac Death (SrSCD) in Italy: incidence and causal effects of a policy enforcing AEDs in sport facilities Arianna Di Rocco Received Received
  172-P The Impact of Varying Ventilation Rate on End-Tidal Carbon Dioxide in Patients Recovering Spontaneous Circulation Mikel Leturiondo Received Received
  173-P School Saves Lives: A gradual age-appropriate and recurrent training model in BLS AED throughout secondary schools in Belgium Mieke Melis Received Received
  175-P Basic life support training with augmented reality with smart glasses vs. traditional face-to-face education. A quasi-experimental pilot study Silvia Aranda-García Received Received
  176-P Identikit of Sport-related Sudden Cardiac Death (SrSCD) victim in Football Arianna Di Rocco Received Received
  177-P Is teleassistance with smart glasses better than by telephone? A randomized comparative study with laypeople on basic life support Silvia Aranda-García Received Received
  178-P Prehospital release of patients following assessment by ambulance paramedics and consultation with in-hospital emergency physicians Bjarke Kjr Hansen Received Received
  179-P Feasible distance between OHCA and AED location within a volunteer responder system to improve AED connection within 6 minutes Remy Stieglis Received Received
  180-P How prehospital emergency personnel experience and manage ethical challenges: results from a focus group study embedded in collaborative research to develop and implement clinical ethics support tailored to the organizational context of the emergency serv Lotte Huniche Received Received
  181-P RRT and EWS utility in the reduction of IHCA Marc Morales Codina Received Received
  182-P Assessment of ejection fraction and area of the outflow tract of both cardiac ventricles during chest compressions using a finite element model simulation. Youcef Azeli Received Received
  183-P The Circuit: Building a national AED network in the UK Edward Moore Received Received
  184-P Defining the appropriate age for teaching the usage of Automatic External Defibrillators in Kids Save Lives project Dimitra Dionysia Palla Received Received
  185-P Incidence, causes and warning symptoms of sudden cardiac death in the Mediterranean area. Results from a registry with multiple sources of information. Youcef Azeli Received Received
  186-P Mitragyna speciosa (Kratom) poisoning: a novel cause of cardiac arrest? David Peran Received Received
  187-P Ventricular fibrillation and cardiopulmonary resuscitation in STEMI case report Oana Maria Stoia Received Received
  188-P Factors associated to a low level of physical activity after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: Results from the Targeted Hypothermia versus Targeted Normothermia after Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (TTM2) trial Katarina Heimburg Received Received
  190-P Professional prehospital clinicians experiences of ethical challenges associated with the collaboration with organised voluntary first responders: A qualitative study. Oliver Srensen Received Received
  192-P Enhancing Learning Outcomes in Emergency Courses: Evaluating the Impact of Simulation Training at the Berlin Simulation and Training Center Eva Kornemann Received Received
  193-P KIDS SAVE LIVES CHAMPIONSHIP in Greece Evangelia Sigala Received Received
  194-P Assessing adherence to the ABCDE approach: further validation of the ABCDE assessment tool Laura Bruinink Received Received
  195-P Cardiopulmonary resuscitation and organ donation in the UK: Assessing kidney transplant outcomes from CPR donors. Christine Biela Received Received
  196-P Is CPR training effective in big-groups of students at 16-25 years age-range? Marília Melli Costa Received Received
  197-P Is CPR training effective in big-groups of students at 9-15 years age-range? Giovana Takacs Received Received
  198-P The association between advanced airway management for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and 1-month survival in Asian countries: A cohort study using PAROS Koshi Nakagawa Received Received
  199-P External validation of a prognostication score for outcomes in patients who underwent targeted temperature management during post-resuscitation care for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. GARAM JEONG Received Received
  200-P Nurses understanding of the necessity of items suggested by Utstein recommendations for IHCA: a cross-sectional study Chika Nishiyama Received Received
  201-P Defining resuscitation attempt in an era of public-access defibrillators Stephen Ball Received Received
  202-P Using the power of professional football to teach Basic Life Support: A case of Augmented Reality Tom Madou Received Received
  203-P Impact of the operation of the response rapid response team (RRT) in Igualada University Hospital (IUH) during the 2012-2022 period. Jose Maria Soto Ejarque Received Received
  204-P Use of Early Warning Scoring System in Acute Medical Care for Deteriorating Hospitalized Patients: Experiences of a Tertiary Hospital Pelin KARAASLAN Received Received
  205-P Bystander CPR mobile app implementation in Bucharest and Ilfov County, Romania where are we after the first 10 years? Adela Cristiana Grasu Received Received
  206-P Kids Save Lives learn playing through Minecraft Manuel Pardo Ríos Received Received
  207-P Prophylactic versus clinically-driven antibiotics after successful resuscitation: a systematic review and meta-analysis Boldizsár Kiss Received Received
  208-P Association between Life satisfaction, self-reported health, and psychological distress among cardiac arrest survivors Stefan Aregger Lundh Received Received
  209-P Evaluation of Code Blue Sule Ozbilgin Received Received
  210-P Development of mixed strategy to implement Kids Save Lives at school through the figure of the School Nurse Manuel Pardo Ríos Received Received
  211-P Increased age and female sex are independent predictors of non-shockable rhythms among EMS-witnessed cardiac arrests. David Majewski Received Received
  212-P Exercise-related OHCA in France: how does bystander act? Martin Lafrance Received Received
  213-P System development of Emergency Medical Service and improved bystander activity have enhanced outcome for the out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in Tampere University Hospital area, Finland Paula Mäki Received Received
  214-P Practical application of recommended ALS actions for two-member ambulance crew Roman Skora Received Received
  215-P Defibrillation during OHCA, does the quantity matter? Martin Lafrance Received Received
  218-P Variation of Impulsiveness of Manual Chest Compressions during Out-of-hospital Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Mikel Leturiondo Received Received
  220-P Learning to place in Recovery Position by 10-11 year-old schoolchildren: a descriptive study Martín Otero Agra Received Received
  221-P Do medical laypersons need mobile-applications with technical feedback devices for sufficient resuscitation? Sabine Wingen Received Received
  222-P Didactic material for simulation in the choking algorithm: Is it possible to adapt the training to kindergarten children? Martín Otero Agra Received Received
  224-P Quality of current cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) feedback devices for layperson CPR Wolfgang A. Wetsch Received Received
  225-P Effectiveness of initial total cholesterol and total bilirubin levels as biomarkers for predicting outcomes in patients hospitalized after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: A retrospective multicenter observational study. Juncheol Lee Received Received
  226-P comparison of national early warning score (news) and combined news-cardiac troponin model for prediction of in-hospital mortality Young Wook Kim Received Received
  227-P Neurofilament Light Chain and Glial Fibrillary Acidic Protein as early prognostic biomarkers after Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest Maibritt Klitholm Received Received
  228-P A newer method of prognosticating cardiac arrest victims via measurement of End point septal separation with Transthoracic Echocardiography AKHIL SL Received Received
  230-P Need for different thresholds of neuron-specific enolase for predicting poor outcome in shockable and non-shockable out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: a prospective multicenter observational study in Korea (the KORHN-PRO registry) Youn-Jung Kim Received Received
  231-P The Impact of Pre-Ventricular Fibrillation Induction Haemodynamics on Resuscitation Success in a Porcine Model of Long Duration Paediatric Cardiac Arrest Ben McCartney Received Received
  233-P Coverage and validity of the Swedish Registry of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation of in-hospital cardiac arrest Jennie Silverplats Received Received
  234-P A plan is needed to take in-hospital resuscitation to the (ECMO) next level Jaap Mallens Received Received
  235-P Effectiveness of video-assisted cardiopulmonary resuscitation compared with telephone-assisted and unassisted cardiopulmonary resuscitation - a randomized-controlled simulation study Bálint Bánfai Received Received
  236-P Favourable neurological survival following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in children treated by helicopter emergency medical service in Switzerland: a retrospective observational study Deliah Bockemühl Received Received
  237-P Hemodynamic Monitoring And Treatment Approaches Of Physicians Working In Intensive Care Units After Cardiac Arrest Aslinur Sagun Received Received
  239-P Analysis of Suicides and Self-harm Using the National Database of Patient Transportation by Ambulance in Japan Hiroshi Takyu Received Received
  241-P Novel therapeutic strategy targeting eCIRBP in ischemia/reperfusion-induced sterile inflammation Giang Tong Received Received
  242-P Prolonged extracorporeal circulation leads to inflammation and higher expression of mediators of vascular permeability through activation of the STAT3-pathway in macrophages Camila Pauli Received Received
  243-P Gender disparities in AED applications among Japanese university students Yumemi Inoue Received Received
  244-P Reliability of online available information related to pediatric basic life support an internet-based search study Bálint Bánfai Received Received
  245-P Characteristics and performance of machine learning algorithms predicting ?clinical outcomes after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: a systematic review and analysis Ahmad Alrawashdeh Received Received
  246-P Residential aged care facility (RACF) residency is an independent predictor of poorer survival from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in older persons in Perth, Australia Milena Talikowska Received Received
  247-P The Effect of The Change of Teaching Methods in Blood Gas Analysis Lesson on Satisfaction in ERC Adult ALS Courses in Turkey Aslinur Sagun Received Received
  248-P Predictive Factors of Return Of Spontaneous Circulation at hospital arrival in Prehospital Traumatic Cardiac Arrest. Victoria Torres Machado Received Received
  249-P What We Did Different In The Courses During The Covid-19 Pandemic? Aslinur Sagun Received Received
  250-P Release velocity ImprovemenT with a new Metronome-guIded chest COmpressions protocol: preliminary results of the RITMICO study Ruggero Cresta Received Received
  251-P Critical Care Nurses Advanced Life Support Training: a 2-hours in-situ simulation program to maintain core competences and self-confidence. Nelson Santos Received Received
  252-P Drone-delivered automated external defibrillators for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. A real-world study. Louise Kollander Jakobsen Received Received
  253-P Influence of television on the general public understanding of cardiopulmonary resuscitation across different age groups Pedro Carmo Received Received
  254-P Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Quality during Basic- vs. Advanced Life Support during In-hospital Cardiac Arrest Dung Nguyen Riis Received Received
  255-P Brain multiparameter MRI, neurological function and biomarker analysis after cardiac arrest in rodents - a multimodal approach to assess brain injury Francesca Motta Received Received
  256-P Mechanical chest compressor for resuscitation of Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest patients: can the device affect the outcome? A propensity-score based comparison of three devices. Roberto Primi Received Received
  257-P Validation of chest compression position estimation accuracy using AI and machine learning models Kento Sumura Received Received
  258-P Influence of television and CPR training on publics resuscitation understanding Andrea Terrazas Received Received
  260-P Development of self-made realistic 3D human models of cardiac arrests for emergency medical education Takumi Umetsu Received Received
  261-P A rare case of Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest due to Cervical Spine Injury Konstantinos Fortounis Received Received
  262-P Cardiac Arrest after Severe Epistaxis Konstantinos Fortounis Received Received
  264-P Trapezoidal wave chest compression reduced blood-brain barrier damage in rats by improving cerebral vascular shear stress after cardiopulmonary resuscitation Shiyuan Tang Received Received
  265-P Empowering teachers in Wales to deliver CPR in the primary school curriculum Wendy Hardyman Received Received
  266-P Bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation self-efficacy scale: development and validation among university students in Japan Mahiro Kamikubo Received Received
  267-P Behavioral intention of cardiopulmonary resuscitation scale: validation in different populations in Japan Ryo Sagisaka Received Received
  268-P CARDIAC ARREST IN THE PEDIATRIC PATIENT: have we developed the correct preventive projects? Giuseppe Stirparo Received Received
  269-P Association Between Initial pH Levels and Neurological Outcomes in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Patients with Shockable Rhythm: A Multi-Center Registry-Based Study Hanga Park Received Received
  271-P Peak pressure in simulation training on manikins: Is it the great forgotten? Luis Castro Alonso Received Received
  272-P Teaching to call 112 with the Icalled-DIY-device: a simulation study in 4-6 years old schoolchildren. Sheila Vázquez Álvarez Received Received
  274-P CPR with resuscitation device in gym athletes Marina Bezobrazova Received Received
  276-P Teaching CPR with resuscitation device in a building in Madrid Marina Bezobrazova Received Received
  277-P Cardiac Arrest Resuscitation in General Practice before and during the COVID-19 Pandemic tomas barry Received Received
  279-P The praxis of do-not-attempt-cardiopulmonary resuscitation orders in a Swedish community hospital - preliminary effects of an educational campaign Joerg Carlsson Received Received
  281-P Solid organ deceased donation in Europe : a narrative review Yann Pionnier Received Received
  282-P Teaching CPR with resuscitation device in several children of a football school Marina Bezobrazova Received Received
  283-P CPR With FeedBack device for family members in patient at coronary risk Marina Bezobrazova Received Received
  284-P Comparison of different plunger compositions on hemodynamics in an asphyxiated cardiac arrest infant piglet model Ulf Lorenzen Received Received
  285-P Influence of aortal occlusion during non-trauma resuscitation on gas exchange in a pig model Randi Manegold Received Received
  286-P Longitudinal variations of prolonged grief, anxiety, and depression among bereaved family members after a close persons death from sudden cardiac arrest a two-year follow-up study. Nina Carlsson Received Received
  287-P Association of lactate and lactate clearance and favourable neurological outcome in cardiac arrest patients managed with extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation Emilie Gregers Received Received
  288-P Initial rhythm is not associated with self-reported health and psychological distress in cardiac arrest survivors a Swedish nationwide register-based study Kristofer restedt Received Received
  289-P Diagnostic accuracy of prehospital ST-elevation myocardial ?infarction identification and Cath lab activation: a systematic ?review and meta-analysis Samar Ihtoub Received Received
  291-P Systematic search and assessment of functionality of mobile resuscitation feedback-devices for training and real case scenarios Nele Grofeld Received Received
  292-P The referral pattern and clinical presentation of first-time anaphylactic patients Julie Holst Gudichsen Received Received
  294-P Combination of prehospital hypotension and low perfusion index after ROSC is associated with high lactate levels on hospital admission and with low survival with good neurological outcome after OHCA. Alessandro Fasolino Received Received
  295-P The effects on OHCA during COVID-19 pandemic on a Hungarian sample Jozsef Betlehem Received Received
  296-P Quality of chest compressions in school children trained by their teachers Cristina Jorge-Soto Received Received
  297-P Views and Motivation of ERC-Life Support Instructors. A questionnaire-based study. Vlasios Karageorgos Received Received
  298-P Change of Advanced Life Support Course Participant Profile in Turkey Kumcu Onur Received Received
  299-P Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic the system-of-care of patients out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in adults in Poland Patryk Rzonca Received Received
  300-P Who does research in resuscitation science: looking back and forward Carmen-Diana Cimpoesu Received Received
  301-P Infant out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in Helicopter Emergency Medical Service practice (Poland) Ewa Rzonca Received Received
  302-P COVID-19 pandemic and out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in Hungary: a silent epidemic within a pandemic Adam Pal-Jakab Received Received
  304-P The impact of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic on in- hospital cardiac arrest: a systematic review and meta-analysis Alexandra Fekete-Gyor Received Received
  305-P Sports-related sudden death in general population. Results from the Catalan Registry of Sudden Death and Cardiac Arrest (RAIMCAT). Youcef Azeli Received Received
  306-P The effect of simulation-based Crew Resource Management training on interprofessional team climate in a hospital setting a single center study Lucas Pflanzl-Knizacek Received Received
  307-P Implementation of an extracorporeal resuscitation program for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in Stockholm, Sweden Lis Frykler Abazi Received Received
  308-P Post-ROsc ecG pREdicts Survival after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. The PROGRES score Clara Lopiano Received Received
  309-P Argon attenuates myocardial injury by modulation of mitochondrial quality control processes in a rat model of cardiac arrest Marianna Cerrato Received Received
  310-P Barriers to Dispatcher-guided Public Access Defibrillator Use A Retrospective Audio Analysis Study Kah Meng Chong Received Received
  311-P The ethical challenges of smartwatch-based cardiac monitoring: a literature review Marijn Eversdijk Received Received
  312-P Implementation of a Cardio-protected Hospital Project using automated defibrillation (AED) in Fundació Hospital Sant Joan de Déu de Martorell (acute Hospital) Roser Creixell Busquet Received Received
  313-P Development of an instrument for self-reported cognitive function in cardiac arrest survivors: report from an ongoing study Kristofer restedt Received Received
  314-P Comparison between 2 teaching strategies for schoolchildren to save foreign body airway obstruction. Santiago Martinez isasi Received Received
  315-P Prehospital Blood Gas Analyses in Acute Patients treated by a Physician-manned Emergency Unit in Denmark Louise Walther Received Received
  316-P Developing a tailored lifesaving skills training program for the unsheltered homeless Jorge Gumucio Received Received
  318-P Self-evaluation of ALS training in Nurse Alberto Cucino Received Received
  319-P Resuscitation care training in low resources countries: the partnership between Italian Resuscitation Council and Emergency Gabriella Arlotta Received Received
  320-P Effect of training Emergency medical technicians EMTS,in BLS and ILS protocols using high fidelity simulator mannequins .A new project for Greek emergency medical services Vasiliki Dimitropoulou Nteimente Received Received
  322-P Using a serious smartphone game to improve and retain knowledge of hand placement for adult chest compressions: A randomized wait-list controlled trial Nino Fija&269;ko Received Received
  323-P BLS implementation in Kazakhstan of the KISS method application. Tomasz Zalewski Received Received
  324-P Adherence to the ABCDE approach in clinical practice: a cross-sectional study Marjolein Linders Received Received
  325-P The Impact of Recent Simulation Training for Team Leaders on Chest Compression Pauses during In-hospital Cardiac Arrest Johannes Wittig Received Received
  326-P Educational approach on autonomic dysfunction in schoolchildren Naomi Kondo Nakagawa Received Received
  327-P The undergraduate perceptions on cardiopulmonary resuscitation effectiveness by virtual and by standard training Edson Luis da Conceião Received Received
  328-P Meat, sweets, and fruit are the most common foreign bodies removed with an anti-choking device: Preliminary data analysis Nino Fija&269;ko Received Received
  329-P Education in CPR for cevilians in rural areas. The role of EMS Vasiliki Dimitropoulou Nteimente Received Received
  330-P Students Save Lives: A Nationwide Scheme To Teach Basic Life Support Elliot Phillips Received Received
  331-P The Time Limit of Resuscitation at the Scene of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in Japan- A study using time-dependent propensity score matching Shunsuke Saito Received Received
  332-P The effect of practical exam on the skill retention of basic life support skills among fifth-year medical students Csaba Maar Received Received
  333-P Testing ChatGPTs ability to answer frequently asked questions about cardiac arrest and cardiopulmonary resuscitation Marco Mion Received Received
  335-P Simulation based education on Basic Life Support (BLS) for ambulance drivers to improve the quality of patient care in inter-hospital transfer in Sri Lanka. Demuni Chamara De Zoysa Received Received
  336-P Insufflation success during ventilation pauses of mechanical chest compression devices Lotte D Received Received
  337-P Post-Resuscitation Care in an Irish Emergency Department Jessie Lynch Received Received
  338-P Tele-cardiopulmonary resuscitation training is effective for adults to learn BLS? Janine Lissa de Pinho Received Received
  339-P Association between Mechanical Chest Compression and One-Month Survival in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Shumpei Omori Received Received
  340-P The Impact of Team Leader Experience on Chest Compression Pauses during In-hospital Cardiac Arrest Johannes Wittig Received Received
  341-P A Population-Based Study of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in Children in Norway, 2016-2021 Inga Katherina Kelpanides Received Received
  342-P Deadly weather: Influence of temperature changes on occurence of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest Dennis Rupp Received Received
  343-P Tailored basic life support training for older adults with visual impairments: A pilot trial Young-Shin Joo Received Received
  344-P Shout for help: Still part of adult basic life support education, but not recommended by European resuscitation council guidelines Nino Fija&269;ko Received Received
  348-P The effect of chest compression location on cerebral oxygenation during cardiac arrest in swine Jeff Gould Received Received
  349-P Is there a difference in first-pass-success of endotracheal intubation during OHCA between paramedics and emergency physicians? Results of a 3.5 years observational study Dennis Rupp Received Received
  350-P Outcomes of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in Ireland 2012-2020 tomas barry Received Received
  352-P Sudden cardiac arrest in commercial airport Implementation of an on-site nurse-based emergency medical service. Pedro Caldeira Received Received
  354-P An overview of the ILS/ALS courses taking place in Tunisia since 2010 Dorra Loghmari Received Received
  355-P The Immediate and Advanced life support (ILS /ALS) courses in Tunisia : Satisfaction survey Dorra lLghmari Received Received
  356-P Turning Systems Save Lives into national regulations: time to learn advocacy? ANDREA SCAPIGLIATI Received Received
  357-P A qualitative study of the work practices of UK paramedics while treating out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. Abdulkarim A Almazrua Received Received
  358-P Compression-only or Standard Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for Trained laypersons in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest a nationwide randomized trial Erik Boberg Received Received
  359-P Optimisation of Public Access Defibrillator Deployment in England. Terry Brown Received Received
  364-P The first Advanced Life Support course in Albania - improvement of South-East European emergency and disaster medicine Carmen-Diana Cimpoesu Received Received
  367-P Mind Over Matter: The Power of Specialized Rehabilitation in Post-Cardiac Arrest Brain Recovery George Shaker Received Received
  373-P Resuscitation Team Briefing at a UK Tertiary Paediatric Centre: A Scoping Exercise Joshua Tulley Received Received
  378-P Dispatcher-assisted cardiopulmonary resuscitation for traumatic cardiac arrest Ondrej Franek Received Received
  379-P Effects of a volunteer responder system for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in areas of different population density Oscar Lapidus Received Received
  382-P Reducing Cognitive Overload in the Resuscitation Room Claudia Passalacqua Received Received
  383-P Formation of a network of volunteers in maneuvers of Cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the use of the External Defibrillator Automated (DEA) in the rural area through a virtual platform Cristina Rey Reñones Received Received
  385-P End-tidal CO2 differences between Lucas3 and EasyPulse during mechanical cardiopulmonary resuscitation Ivan Silvestri Received Received
  388-P Mortality in Relation to Comorbidity in Paediatric Emergency Patients Vibe Maria Laden Nielsen Received Received
  389-P Use of the AEDs by lay rescuers. Analysis of 121 real cases of use of public access defibrillators (PAD). Gabriel Jimenez Jimenez Received Received
  390-P Inhaled argon as a neuroprotective agent for acute neurological injury from animal studies to a human trial Giulia Merigo Received Received
  391-P Impact of 2020 and 2021 COVID-19 Pandemic on public access defibrillation in Japan Kentaro Omatsu Received Received
  392-P Assessment of Receptivity to BLS Among Elementary and Middle School ChildreninRomania Pal Attila Received Received
  393-P Why do patients develop in-hospital cardiac arrest? A prospective observational studyFeasibility of the investigation and findings on post-mortem imaging Peter Care Lind Received Received
  394-P An overview of the EPILS/EPALS courses taking place in Tunisia since 2010 Dorra Loghmari Received Received
  395-P Evaluation of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillator skill retention with a simplified community-based training. Theng Hong Neo Received Received
  396-P Positioning the conscious drowning victim Alexandre Tadeia Received Received
  398-P Helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS) response to out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) in Catalonia Gabriel Jimenez Received Received
  401-P Adrenaline for traumatic cardiac arrest: a post hoc analysis of the PARAMEDIC2 trial Helen Pocock Received Received
  402-P Amplitude spectral area (AMSA) variations in a swine model of ventricular fibrillation: Effect of coronary occlusions Jill Badin Received Received
  403-P The association between functional neurologic outcome and long-term survival after cardiac arrest Emelie Dillenbeck Received Received
  404-P Management of Acute Coronary Syndrome by Nursing students through high-fidelity clinical simulation Pablo Souto Received Received
  405-P Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta (REBOA) for Trauma in the real world setting in Japan: A Descriptive Study Toshinao Suzuki Received Received
  406-P A Parameter Identification Approach towards Analyzing Hemodynamicsbased on Capnography Wolfgang J Kern Received Received
  408-P Nothing prepared me for that: Learning from the lived experiences of family members to inform tailored improvements to CPR training Katie Dainty Received Received
  411-P Comparison of three learning methods for the acquisition of the airway management skills in clinical practice Aida Mankute &362;s&279; Received Received
  415-P Paediatric and neonatal training in low-resource countries: Italian Resuscitation Council and Emergency NGO together for Afghanistan Miriam Tumolo Received Received
  416-P Prediction of Long-Term Survival after Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest using Disease, Social, and Resuscitation Characteristics in Denmark and the Netherlands Shaun Theodor Florentz Sdergren Received Received
  417-P The development of a smartwatch-based linear regression model to estimate the optimal chest compression location and depth for personalized CPR Tsung-Chien Lu Received Received
  419-P ECMO in the Emergency Department new beginnings and lessons learned Carmen-Diana Cimpoesu Received Received
  420-P Barriers in cardiac arrest research - A global perspective by international early career researchers Ahmed Elshaer Received Received
  421-P Comparing of ive Outof-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) patients and no ive Cardiac Arrest Center (CAC) protocol OHCA patients in 10 years prospective registry, single CAC experiences Karasek Jiri Received Received
  423-P Comparison of survival parameters after postresuscitation care before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. An Eastern-European experience from a terciary center hospital. Anita Korsos Received Received
  424-P Comparison Between Glasgow Coma Scale and Full Outline of Unresponsiveness Score in Prediction of Trauma Patients Outcome in Intensive Care Units Hanaa Ahmed Received Received
  425-P The PRINCESS 2 trial: A randomized study designed to assess the impact of ultrafast hypothermia on neurologic function in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest with initial shockable rhythm Emelie Dillenbeck Received Received
  428-P Readiness evaluation in simulation training: When the face speaks volumes Annelien Malfait Received Received
  429-P Evaluation of CPR Performance: An in vitro study on a novel experimental setup Andréa El-Khoury Received Received
  432-P Self-reported traumatic distress in relatives of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest survivors. Results from the multicenter REVIVAL cohort study. Camilla Dichman Received Received
  433-P EYE LEARN : Innovative pedagogical process using eye tracking to enhance systematic clinical reasoning and metacognition in acute care simulation Jean-Michel Vasse Received Received
  434-P Ocean Medical AED Simulation Program: does time since certification course influences BLS-AED performance of lay rescuers? Nelson Santos Received Received
  436-P Clinical Utility of the Impact of Event Scale-Revised for Identifying Acute Stress Disorder in sudden Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Survivors: Results from the multicenter REVIVAL cohort study Mette Kirstine Wagner Received Received
  437-P Comparative Outcomes of Hypothermic and Normothermic Targeted Temperature Management in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction: A Secondary Analysis from a Nationwide Registry in Japan Tasuku Matsuyama Received Received
  440-P UK public training in and attitudes to cardiopulmonary resuscitation and defibrillator use 2017-2021 Claire Hawkes Received Received
  441-P Peripartum cardiomyopathy : an underknown letal disease. Belotti Hugo Received Received
  442-P How much Basic Life Support did you learn? Satisfaction survey to catalan students Elena Alcover Received Received
  443-P Impact of the Airways-2 trial on advanced airway management use in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in England. Mohammed Aljanoubi Received Received
  444-P Peer versus expert assessment in medical training: a reliability analysis of student and teacher evaluations of endotracheal intubation skill taught by HybridLab methodology Aida Mankute Use Received Received
  445-P The differences of urban and rural out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in Tampere University Hospital area, Finland Valtteri Järvenpää Received Received
  446-P Bystander intervention as an effective approach in post-crash care in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review. Josephine Ssewanyana Received Received
  447-P One-Year Outcomes in an ECPR Program Pau Torrella Received Received
  448-P Promoting Patient Safety: A Review in Critical and Emergency Care Ana Catarina Godinho Received Received
  449-P Comparison of three learning methods to increase in basic life support knowledge in secondary school students. Clint Jean Louis Received Received
  450-P Assessment of Basic Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) technique in professionals of a Pediatric Department in a IIb level hospital. Analysis through simulation mannequins with a feedback system Núria Estany de Pouplana Received Received
  451-P Twos Company: Towards Adapting Resuscitation Guidelines for Two-Member Ambulance Crews Miroslav Keselica Received Received
  452-P Molecular Imaging and Acute Coronary Syndrome: What an Emergency Medicine Physician should know? Shehla Qureshi Received Received
  453-P Innovating Emergency MedicineEducation: Leveraging Online Trainingand Script Concordance Testing forEnhanced Skill Development in theCOVID-19 Era. Katarzyna Naylor Received Received
  454-P A bibliometric analysis of research topics at European Resuscitation Council Congresses in the last decade Nino Fija&269;ko Received Received
  455-P usability in a telemedicine system for neonatal transport and resuscitation education using wearable devices in JAPAN KOGORO IWANAGA Received Received
  456-P Qualitative assessment of community challenges for CPR training in the US Shaveta Khosla Received Received
  457-P Temporal trends in EMS-witnessed out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in Denmark Emil Blom-Hanssen Received Received
  458-P Two-person technique to remove a foreign body using an anti-choking device: A case report Nino Fija&269;ko Received Received
  459-P Prehospital Optimal Shock Energy for Defibrillation (POSED): a feasibility study Helen Pocock Received Received
  461-P Effects of an educational intervention among firefighter first responders in cardiac arrest - A survey study & a randomized controlled trial Cecilia Andréll Received Received
  462-P Responding to a wreck with 700 people on board.The role of Hellenic EMS and special unit of Disaster Medicine Vasiliki Dimitropoulou Nteimente Received Received
  464-P Outcome of comatose survivors of OHCA after replacing postresuscitation hypothermia (32-34 C) with normothermia (36 C) Spela Tadel-Kocjancic Received Received
  465-P Basic Life Support Program in Catalan schools as a curricular content Noemi Asensio-Saiz Received Received
  466-P First Responder interventions and application analysis of publicly accessible defibrillators in the rural district of Stade, Northern Germany. Sarah Brune Received Received
  468-P Association between early variation in hemoglobin concentration after cardiac arrest and neurological outcome: a traslational study Giulia Merigo Received Received
  470-P Reccurent and persistent ventricular fibrillation in out-of hospital cardiac arrest: a retrospective observational study. Vivien HONG Received Received
  471-P Improving Bystander Response: How Long Does It Take to Retrieve an AED From Varying Distances James Menegazzi Received Received
  472-P Diabetes and CHD are the independent risk factors for survival at hospital discharge in IHCA patients Haifang Yu Received Received
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