Post-cardiac Arrest Care
The post-cardiac arrest patient is time critical.
Immediate goals are to optimise physiology and identify the precipitating cause.
Consider coronary reperfusion techniques in all patients.
KeywordsCardiac Arrest Mean Arterial Pressure Cerebral Perfusion Pressure Therapeutic Hypothermia Left Bundle Branch Block
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