Quality of physician care coordination during inter-facility transfer for cardiac arrest patients.

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Summary of "Quality of physician care coordination during inter-facility transfer for cardiac arrest patients."

We sought to evaluate whether the quality of coordination between physicians transferring comatose cardiac arrest survivors to a high-volume cardiac arrest center for targeted temperature management (TTM) was associated with timeliness of care.


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Name: The American journal of emergency medicine
ISSN: 1532-8171


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