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Long-term prognosis after out-of-hospital resuscitation of cardiac arrest in trauma patients: prehospital trauma-associated cardiac arrest
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    It would be useful to know the Total number of traumatic cardiac arrests treated by the system during these three years. Hard to draw conclusions on effectiveness without this figure. Also note different results in the paper Chiang W-C et all on the next page of the journal. (Emerg Med J 2017; 34: 39-45).

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