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30.07.2018

8 PLoS One
27 Resuscitation


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    PLoS One

  1. WANG CY, Chen YC, Chien TH, Chang HY, et al
    Impact of comorbidities on the prognoses of trauma patients: Analysis of a hospital-based trauma registry database.
    PLoS One. 2018;13:e0194749.
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  2. MCGINITY MJ, Grandhi R, Michalek JE, Rodriguez JS, et al
    The impact of tackle football injuries on the American healthcare system with a neurological focus.
    PLoS One. 2018;13:e0195827.
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  3. YAKUSHIJI H, Goto T, Shirasaka W, Hagiwara Y, et al
    Associations of obesity with tracheal intubation success on first attempt and adverse events in the emergency department: An analysis of the multicenter prospective observational study in Japan.
    PLoS One. 2018;13:e0195938.
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  4. KANG H, Lee Y, Lee S, Song Y, et al
    Protection afforded by respirators when performing endotracheal intubation using a direct laryngoscope, GlideScope(R), and i-gel(R) device: A randomized trial.
    PLoS One. 2018;13:e0195745.
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  5. MEJIAS-MARTIN Y, Marti-Garcia C, Rodriguez-Mejias C, Valencia-Quintero JP, et al
    Suicide attempts in Spain according to prehospital healthcare emergency records.
    PLoS One. 2018;13:e0195370.
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  6. CHOI SKY, Boyle E, Cairney J, Grootendorst P, et al
    Impact of depression and recreational drug use on emergency department encounters and hospital admissions among people living with HIV in Ontario: A secondary analysis using the OHTN cohort study.
    PLoS One. 2018;13:e0195185.
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  7. LIAKONI E, Gartwyl F, Ricklin M, Exadaktylos AK, et al
    Psychoactive substances and violent offences: A retrospective analysis of presentations to an urban emergency department in Switzerland.
    PLoS One. 2018;13:e0195234.
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  8. WU MR, Hsiao CY, Cheng CH, Liao FC, et al
    Is endotracheal intubation a non-beneficial treatment in patients with respiratory failure due to paraquat poisoning?
    PLoS One. 2018;13:e0195071.
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    Resuscitation

  9. OH JH
    Why should the two-thumb technique be used for infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation?
    Resuscitation. 2018;124:e17.
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  10. MACONOCHIE I, de Caen A
    When should ADULT CPR be delivered to children?
    Resuscitation. 2018;122:A4-A5.
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  11. KURZ MC
    Telephone CPR: Adopting the standard of care, Just-in-time.
    Resuscitation. 2018;122:A6-A7.
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  12. LAPOSTOLLE F, Le Conte P, Arnaudet I, Javaudin F, et al
    Point-of-care ultrasound during advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation: Rule of art has to be respected!
    Resuscitation. 2018;122:e1.
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  13. TIPTON M, Morgan P
    Reply to letter: Neurocognitive and behavioural outcomes in a nearly drowned child with cardiac arrest and hypothermia resuscitated after 43min of no flow-time: A case study.
    Resuscitation. 2018;126:e8.
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  14. VENEMA AM, Webber J, Schmidt AC, Sempsrott JR, et al
    Reply to letter: Neurocognitive and behavioral outcomes in a nearly drowned child with cardiac arrest and hypothermia resuscitated after 43min of no flow-time: A case study.
    Resuscitation. 2018;122:e7-e8.
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  15. OH JH
    What is the key contributor in achieving return of spontaneous circulation in the field from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest?
    Resuscitation. 2018;126:e6.
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  16. DEN UIL CA, Bonnes JL, Brouwer MA
    Mechanical CPR in refractory cardiac arrest may be practical, but injuries should be monitored: A concise meta-analysis.
    Resuscitation. 2018;122:e5-e6.
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  17. SHERPA T, Gamaleldin I, Siassakos D
    CPR-related organ injuries in pregnant and non-pregnant subjects: Liver. An overview of evidence.
    Resuscitation. 2018;122:A1-A3.
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  18. FUKUDA T
    Over time, differences in survival and favorable neurologic outcomes between conventional and compression-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation have been gradually reduced in pediatric out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
    Resuscitation. 2018;122:e11.
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  19. ALLISON M, Winters ME, Huis In 't Veld OBOMA, Bostick DS, et al
    Reply to: Point-of-care ultrasound during advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation: Rule of art have to be respected!
    Resuscitation. 2018;122:e3.
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  20. BEITLAND S, Sunde K
    Guidelines for post-resuscitation care should include management of acute kidney injury and use of renal replacement therapy.
    Resuscitation. 2018;126:e14.
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  21. CHA KC, Hwang SO
    Reply to: Electrocardiographic patterns in postresuscitation patients?
    Resuscitation. 2018;125:e6-e7.
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  22. MADIAS JE
    Electrocardiographic patterns in postresuscitation patients?
    Resuscitation. 2018;125:e5.
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  23. SMITH CM, Wilson MH, Perkins GD
    Reply to: Letter by Derkenne et al. regarding the article, 'The use of trained volunteers in the response to out-of-hospital cardiac arrest - The GoodSAM experience.'
    Resuscitation. 2018;125:e4.
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  24. DERKENNE C, Jost D, Briche F, Travers S, et al
    Letter by Derkenne et al. regarding the article, "The use of trained volunteers in the response to out-of-hospital cardiac arrest - the GoodSAM experience".
    Resuscitation. 2018;125:e3.
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  25. REYNOLDS JC, Elmer J
    Goldilocks and the three post-cardiac arrest subjects.
    Resuscitation. 2018;126:A7-A8.
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  26. SAWYER KN, Elmer J
    Measuring and improving outcomes that matter to patients after cardiac arrest.
    Resuscitation. 2018;125:A1-A2.
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  27. GASPARI R
    Reply to: In a subset of PEA patients, do continuous infusions of adrenergic agents improve chances of ROSC?
    Resuscitation. 2018;125:e2.
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  28. JUDENHERC-HAOUZI A
    Cardiac arrest and breathing, why bother?
    Resuscitation. 2018;126:e9.
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  29. SMITH CM, Perkins GD
    Improving bystander defibrillation for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: Capability, opportunity and motivation.
    Resuscitation. 2018;124:A15-A16.
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  30. JANG HY, Donoghue A
    Reply to: Why should the two-thumb technique be used for infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation?
    Resuscitation. 2018;124:e19-e20.
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  31. ODDO M, Rossetti AO
    Quantitative EEG exploration of sedation in post-resuscitation care.
    Resuscitation. 2018;124:A13-A14.
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  32. WONG ML
    In a subset of PEA patients, do continuous infusions of adrenergic agents improve chances of ROSC?
    Resuscitation. 2018;125:e1.
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  33. GOTO Y, Funada A, Goto Y
    Reply to: Over time, differences in survival and favorable neurologic outcomes between conventional and compression-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation have been gradually reduced in pediatric out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
    Resuscitation. 2018;124:e9-e10.
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  34. WELSFORD M, Belley-Cote EP
    Emergent coronary angiography post arrest-Do observational studies provide enough evidence for strong recommendations?
    Resuscitation. 2018;123:A5-A6.
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  35. RIDDERSHOLM S, Kragholm K, Christiansen CF, Rasmussen BS, et al
    Reply to: Guidelines for post-resuscitation care should include management of acute kidney injury and use of renal replacement therapy.
    Resuscitation. 2018;126:e15.
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