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- Testing the strength of the last link in the Chain of SurvivalResuscitationVol. 169
- PreviewWith more than 180.000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA) and 200.000 in-hospital cardiac arrests (IHCA) occurring annually in the United States and only 11% of OHCA and 26% of IHCA patients surviving to hospital discharge,1 much research in cardiac arrest has focused on improving early and acute interventions in the Chain of Survival, namely increasing early bystander interventions and reducing ambulance response times.2 Arguably, this has contributed to the promising increase seen in survival following cardiac arrest over the last decade.