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  • Acute Coronary Occlusion Present at Same Rate in OHCA Regardless of Hemodynamic Stability – Swiss Study

    In OHCA patients, acute coronary occlusion was associated with higher risk of cardiovascular-related death

    Among patients with non-ST elevation out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA), 1 in 5 were found to have acute coronary occlusion – shown to be a significant predictor of cardiovascular mortality – with no significant difference in the occurrence of acute coronary occlusion between hemodynamically stable and unstable patients, according to a new single-center study.

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