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Trauma, emergency medicine, critical care, acls, atls

B M Thompson, T Rice, J Jaffe, C Aprahamian, L Horwitz, D Torphy
While advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) and advanced trauma life support (ATLS) courses have become accepted standards for physicians who care for the critically ill and injured patient, only recently have pediatric advanced life support (PALS) courses been developed. The American Academy of Pediatrics has shown renewed interest in pediatric cardiopulmonary arrest after impressive gains made in adult resuscitation. The American Heart Association filled a void by including new chapters on Pediatric and Neonatal Resuscitation in the Textbook of Advanced Cardiac Life Support, 1981...
November 1984: Annals of Emergency Medicine
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