Study Confirms Positive Effect of Midazolam after Cardiac Arrest

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Successful resuscitation is followed by a phase in which various factors can inf
Successful resuscitation is followed by a phase in which various factors can influence the probability of survival and lasting consequences for patients.
Experts call for recommendations and guidelines to be amended accordingly.

If a patient is successfully resuscitated after a cardiac arrest and circulation resumes, they are not out of the woods yet. A number of factors can influence whether and how they survive the trauma in the subsequent phase. The administration of the anaesthetic midazolam has a positive effect, as shown by a multicenter study of 571 patients conducted by the Research Association for Emergency Medicine Ostwestfalen-Lippe led by the University Clinic for Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine at the Johannes Wesling clinic in Minden, hospital of Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, at the Chair of Emergency Medicine headed by Professor Jochen Hinkelbein. ...
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