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Volume 31, Number 1, February 1996

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On-site triage of avalanche victims with asystole by the emergency doctor
pp. 11-16(6)
Authors: Brugger, H.; Durrer, B.; Adler-Kastner, L.

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Response to cardiac arrests in a hospital setting: delays in ventilation
pp. 17-23(7)
Authors: Brenner, B.E.; Kauffmann, J.

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Optimal defibrillation strategy and follow-up of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
pp. 25-32(8)
Authors: Belgian; Martens, P.; vandekerckhove, Y.

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Teaching schoolchildren cardiopulmonary resuscitation
pp. 33-38(6)
Authors: Lester, C.; Donnelly, P.; Weston, C.; Morgan, M.

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Automatic external defibrillators in the hospital as well?
pp. 39-44(6)
Authors: destro, A.; Marzaloni, M.; Sermasi, S.; Rossi, F.

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Effect of mild hypothermia on ischemia-induced release of endothelin-1 in dog brain
pp. 59-64(6)
Authors: Takasu, A.; Yagi, K.; Okada, Y.

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Effects of epinephrine and vasopressin on median fibrillation frequency and defibrillation success in a porcine model of cardiopulmonary resuscitation
pp. 65-73(9)
Authors: Strohmenger, H.; Lindner, K.H.; Prengel, A.W.; Pfenninger, E.G.; Bothner, U.; Lurie, K.G.

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Accumulation of an endogenous inhibitor of nitric oxide synthase during graded hemorrhagic shock
pp. 81-81(1)
Authors: Aneman, A.; Backman, V.; Snygg, J.; von Bothmer, C.; Fandriks, L.; Pettersson, A.

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Hypertonic acetate dextran achieves high-flow-Low-pressure resuscitation of hemorrhagic shock
pp. 81-81(1)
Authors: Nguyen, T.; Swischenberger, J.; Watson, W.; Traber, D.; Prough, D.; Herndon, D.; Kramer, G.

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Downregulation of hepatic -adrenergic receptors after trauma and hemorrhagic shock
pp. 82-82(1)
Authors: Tait, S.; Wang, P.; Ba, Z.; Chaudry, I.

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Hypertonic sodium resuscitation is associated with renal failure and death
pp. 82-82(1)
Authors: Pp, H.; Stucky, F.; Dimick, A.; Treat, R.; Bessey, P.; Rue, L.; Herndon, D.; Monafo, W.; Rush, B.; Pruitt, B.; Ward, C.

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Percutaneous cardiopulmonary support for salvage of patients with postoperative cardiogenic shock
pp. 82-83(2)
Authors: Murakami, T.; Yoshida, H.; Ishida, A.; Tabuchi, A.; Fujiwara, T.; Katsumura, T.; Kino, K.; Irie, H.

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The efficacy of concomitant use of LHB and IABP for ischemic cardiogenic shock. The effect of cardiac function and coronary circulation
pp. 83-83(1)
Authors: Hata, M.; Hasegawa, I.; Sindou, S.; Shiono, M.; Akiyama, K.; Orime, Y.; Hata, H.; Yagi, S.; Tsukamoto, S.; Mimuro, H.; Nakata, K.; Sezai, A.; Yamada, H.; Sezai, Y.; Saitou, T.

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Use of end-tidal carbon dioxide to predict outcome in prehospital cardiac arrest
pp. 83-83(1)
Authors: Wayne, M.; Levine, R.; Miller, C.

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Bystander CPR, ventricular fibrillation, and survival in witnessed, unmonitored out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
pp. 83-84(2)
Authors: Swor, R.; Jackson, R.; Cynar, M.; Sadler, E.; Basse, E.; Boji, B.; Rivera-Rivera, E.; Maher, A.; Grubb, W.; Jacobson, R.; Dalbec, D.

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Emergency use of cardiopulmonary bypass
pp. 84-84(1)
Author: Overlie, P.

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Effect of arrest time on the hemodynamic efficacy of precordial compression
pp. 84-84(1)
Authors: Duggal, C.; Weil, M.; W, T.; Gazmuri, R.; S, S.

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Concentrations of prolactin and prostaglandins during and after cardiopulmonary resuscitation
pp. 85-86(2)
Authors: Strohmenger, H.; Lindner, K.; Keller, A.; Lindner, I.; Bothner, U.; Georgieff, M.

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Lower respiratory tract infections following cardiac arrest and cardiopulmonary resuscitation
pp. 85-85(1)
Authors: Rello, J.; Valles, J.; Jubert, P.; Ferrer, A.; Domingo, C.; Mariscal, D.; Fontanals, D.; Artigas, A.

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Lower esophageal sphincter pressure during prolonged cardiac arrest and resuscitation
pp. 85-85(1)
Authors: Bowman, F.; Menegazzi, J.; Check, B.; Duckett, T.

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Does hypoxia or hypercarbia independently affect resuscitation from cardiac arrest?
pp. 86-86(1)
Authors: Idris, A.; Wenzel, V.; Becker, L.; Banner, M.; Orban, D.

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Decay in quality of closed-chest compressions over time
pp. 86-87(2)
Authors: Hightower, D.; Thomas, S.; Stone, C.; Dunn, K.; March, J.

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The need for ventilatory support during bystander CPR
pp. 87-87(1)
Authors: Berg, R.; Wilcoxson, D.; Hilwig, R.; Kern, K.; Sanders, A.; Otto, C.; Eklund, D.; Ewy, G.

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