Dr. Mickey Eisenberg, an EMS medical director, long-time researcher of survival factors from sudden cardiac arrest, and author of Resuscitate!: How Your Community Can Improve Survival from Sudden Cardiac Arrest was our guest on Episode 45. In this episode we conclude our three part between semester examination of
sudden cardiac arrest and the role of trainers and educators to understand the problem and increase
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survival. Episode 43 (journal club 2) was a review of research. Episode 44 was a discussion about how to prepare and engage students as team leaders during cardiac arrest calls.
One of the topics of this episode was the King County Resuscitation Academy
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