Emergency oxygen use

06:51 EDT 27 Aug 2013 | British Medical Journal

Is too much oxygen a good thing? Christine Roffe, consultant physician, Stoke Stroke Research Group, North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust, talks Mabel Chew, BMJ associate editor, through the evidence for routinely treating stroke patients with oxygen. And Russell Gruen, professor of surgery and public health, Alfred and Monash...

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