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Sudden Cardiac Arrest

 The Joint Commission
  4th-Aug-2017
Description: This publication was developed by The Joint Commission with the advice and guidance of a Technical Advisory Panel, and is part of a larger project to identify and address critical factors that will improve prevention and treatment of sudden cardiac arrest both in the hospital and in the community. About 295,000 people suffer sudden cardiac arrest each year in the United States. Only 7%8.5% survive. This is more than the number who die from AIDS, Alzheimers, assault with firearms, breast cancer, colon cancer, fires, motor vehicle accidents, prostate cancer and suicides combined. In fact, the number of people who die each year from sudden cardiac arrest is seven times the number who die from breast cancer.
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Sudden Cardiac Arrest

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Sudden Cardiac Arrest: Meeting the Challenge

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