Outcome of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest -- Why Do Physicians Withhold Resuscitation Attempts?
Horsted, Tina I.
Rasmussen, Lars S.
Lippert, Freddy K.
Nielsen, Soren L.
Resuscitation 2004 December; 63(3): 287-293
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