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Ѕ»ЅЋ»ќ√–ј‘»я. 1.Standards for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and emergency cardiac care (ECC), V: medicolegal considerations and recommendations




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ћеста работы авторов: Ќациональный квалификационный центр неотложной медицинской помощи (д-р Wik), »нститут экспериментальных медицинских исследований (д-ра Wik, Kramer-Johansen и Steen), отделение догоспитальной неотложной медицинской помощи (д-ра Wik, Sorebo и Steen) и отделение хирургии (д-р Steen), клиника университета ”ллевал, ќсло, Ќорвеги€; Ќорвежска€ служба санитарных самолетов, отделение исследований и образовани€ дл€ неотложной медицинской помощи, ƒробак, Ќорвеги€ (д-р Kramer-Johansen); корпораци€ Laerdal Medical, —тавангер, Ќорвеги€ (г-н Myklebust); Sodersjukhuset, —токгольм, Ўвеци€ (д-р Svensson); Ћондонска€ служба неотложной помощи NHS Trust, Ћондон, јнгли€ (д-р Fellows).

‘инансовые источники: г-н Myklebust €вл€етс€ сотрудником корпорации Laerdal Medical, разработавшей монитор-дефибрилл€тор.

 онтактное лицо: Lars Wik, MD, PhD, NAKOS, Institute for Experimental Medical Research, Ulleval University Hospital, N-0407 Oslo, Ќорвеги€.

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JAMA, 19 €нвар€ 2005 Ц том 293, є3 (перепечатано)

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