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You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. I felt quite good about this save. I autopsied her two weeks later. I lost a great deal of my enthusiasm for resuscitation.
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Casarett has done an amazing job of searching the history of resuscitation, going back to original works of the drowning society in London. Really well written, and for me a great work, with references. Kouwenhoven appearing near the middle. So what I had thought was the beginning, was only another step in a long history. I work in EMS and teach frequently. Resuscitation and ethics are regular topics.
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Shocked was fun reading, providing lots of history, insight, and thought provoking material, mostly serious, but with a perfect mix and treatment of unique if not absurd practices. Recounting the therapeutic application of tobacco smoke is bound to provoke class participation. If this book had been published before Monty Python, there might have been a few more great movie scenes.
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Pretty awesome history of CPR and bringing people and animals back from not-quite-dead. Written in a way someon like me can understand no science background and like but also has parts scientists would value. This book has a great deal of information about the ever expanding medical advances bringing people back from being nearly dead.
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At the end, it talks a lot about how massively expensive some of these methods are trending and somewhat questioning the forever affordability of ever more expensive expansion. The science gets a bit involved, Very interesting. The science gets a bit involved, but I learned a lot about resuscitation and recently had an elderly parent pass away and when asked about resuscitating I was able to draw on this information. Go to Amazon. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Then it dipped into the s. Then to All this time, his body temperature went from a healthy 37 to I look more closely.
As I do, I notice two things.
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So funeral arrangements would be premature. My second observation takes me a little longer. Finally, though, the penny drops.
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