Initial end-tidal CO2 is markedly elevated during cardiopulmonary resuscitation after asphyxial cardiac arrest

Robert A. Berg, Christopher Henry, Charles W. Otto, Arthur B. Sanders, Karl B. Kern, Ronald W. Hilwig, Gordon A. Ewy

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