Resuscitating Under Stress!

August 01, 2017 00:28:45
Resuscitating Under Stress!
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Resuscitating Under Stress!

Aug 01 2017 | 00:28:45

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Show Notes

Resuscitations are often chaotic events.  How we perform under pressure can make the difference between life and death. In this podcast we discuss a recent article in print in Annals of Emergency Medicine on performing well under stress. This may be one of the most important podcasts of the year! 

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