Adrenaline for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest resuscitation: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
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Recently published review & meta-analysis in Resuscitation suggests there is no benefit of adrenaline in survival... http://t.co/qPoXbPrS7s

Recently published review & meta-analysis in Resuscitation suggests there is no benefit of adrenaline in survival... http://t.co/qPoXbPrS7s

@RAGEpodcast interesting reading after recent debate re adrenaline in OHCA (not #FOAMed though) http://t.co/ARDjNPcbRI @rfdsdoc @cliffreid

@RAGEpodcast interesting reading after recent debate re adrenaline in OHCA (not #FOAMed though) http://t.co/ARDjNPcbRI @rfdsdoc @cliffreid

@RAGEpodcast interesting reading after recent debate re adrenaline in OHCA (not #FOAMed though) http://t.co/ARDjNPcbRI @rfdsdoc @cliffreid

@RAGEpodcast interesting reading after recent debate re adrenaline in OHCA (not #FOAMed though) http://t.co/ARDjNPcbRI @rfdsdoc @cliffreid

Epi OHCA review http://t.co/FSku7CoCiV "no benefit adrenaline in survival to d/c or neuro outcomes" see also http://t.co/HSAgojLNHa #FOAMed

Epi OHCA review http://t.co/FSku7CoCiV "no benefit adrenaline in survival to d/c or neuro outcomes" see also http://t.co/HSAgojLNHa #FOAMed

Epi OHCA review http://t.co/FSku7CoCiV "no benefit adrenaline in survival to d/c or neuro outcomes" see also http://t.co/HSAgojLNHa #FOAMed

Epi OHCA review http://t.co/FSku7CoCiV "no benefit adrenaline in survival to d/c or neuro outcomes" see also http://t.co/HSAgojLNHa #FOAMed

Epi OHCA review http://t.co/FSku7CoCiV "no benefit adrenaline in survival to d/c or neuro outcomes" see also http://t.co/HSAgojLNHa #FOAMed

Epi OHCA review http://t.co/FSku7CoCiV "no benefit adrenaline in survival to d/c or neuro outcomes" see also http://t.co/HSAgojLNHa #FOAMed

Epi OHCA review http://t.co/FSku7CoCiV "no benefit adrenaline in survival to d/c or neuro outcomes" see also http://t.co/HSAgojLNHa #FOAMed

Epi OHCA review http://t.co/FSku7CoCiV "no benefit adrenaline in survival to d/c or neuro outcomes" see also http://t.co/HSAgojLNHa #FOAMed

@EMSwami Thanks for the tweet. Nice to see my SR/meta-analysis of #epinephrine in #OHCA on twitter! http://t.co/xbmO2yCOCL

Huge shout out2 @emerg_doc 4 SR/meta-analysis of #epinephrine in #OHCA! Major contribution to field! #FOAMed #FOAMcc http://t.co/90jVTXhBGQ

Really good review of evidence re adrenaline in cardiac arrest http://t.co/ZFK0lCyyrO Via @jas_soar

@DentonGavin @ccpractitioner @RAGEpodcast yah - meta-analysis here: http://t.co/XaBV5QCU8J

Adrenaline for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest resuscitation: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised... http://t.co/TImdpETk7p

Adrenaline for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest resuscitation: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised... http://t.co/TImdpETk7p

Huge shout out2 @emerg_doc 4 SR/meta-analysis of #epinephrine in #OHCA! Major contribution to field! #FOAMed #FOAMcc http://t.co/90jVTXhBGQ

Adren 4 OHCA:system rvw&meta-anal of random’d contro’d trials:no benefit of adren in survival 2 d/c or neuro. outcome http://t.co/PK0sP3fS3Z

Moving towards #cardiacarrest resus without drugs. New SR/meta-analysis of #epinephrine or #adrenaline in OHCA. http://t.co/xbmO2yCOCL

Thanks “@EMSwami: Epi OHCA review http://t.co/QNp4o3NsL3 "no benefit adrenaline in survival to d/c or neuro outcomes" @emerg_doc #FOAMed”

Thanks “@EMSwami: Epi OHCA review http://t.co/QNp4o3NsL3 "no benefit adrenaline in survival to d/c or neuro outcomes" @emerg_doc #FOAMed”

Huge shout out2 @emerg_doc 4 SR/meta-analysis of #epinephrine in #OHCA! Major contribution to field! #FOAMed #FOAMcc http://t.co/90jVTXhBGQ

Huge shout out2 @emerg_doc 4 SR/meta-analysis of #epinephrine in #OHCA! Major contribution to field! #FOAMed #FOAMcc http://t.co/90jVTXhBGQ

Huge shout out2 @emerg_doc 4 SR/meta-analysis of #epinephrine in #OHCA! Major contribution to field! #FOAMed #FOAMcc http://t.co/90jVTXhBGQ

Adrenaline OOHCA resuscitation: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials http://t.co/go0l34G0ot

Moving towards #cardiacarrest resus without drugs. New SR/meta-analysis of #epinephrine or #adrenaline in OHCA. http://t.co/xbmO2yCOCL

Epinephrine may not have survival benefit in cardiac arrest. #hpm http://t.co/PIPz3Z0EXB

@StMikesHospital Thanks for the tweet! Need more trials to evaluate use of adrenaline (epinephrine) in #cardiacarrest http://t.co/xbmO2yCOCL

@StMikesHospital Thanks for the tweet! Need more trials to evaluate use of adrenaline (epinephrine) in #cardiacarrest http://t.co/xbmO2yCOCL

@UCDcems ?adrenaline has little or nothing to offer in cardiac arrest resus #CEMS2014 http://t.co/VyEmw5NdaS

.@ConsEspRCP @MyEmergencyMed Original article http://t.co/6DDYMTn1fk Epi is no better than placebo for ROSC or neuro outcomes

Adrenalina en la parada cardiaca. Revisión sistemática y metaanálisis http://t.co/F5BEAh6Z0j

No survival benefit for epi in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: nice systematic review by @emerg_doc et al: http://t.co/0GaexxiffR #MedEd

No survival benefit for epi in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: nice systematic review by @emerg_doc et al: http://t.co/0GaexxiffR #MedEd

No survival benefit for epi in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: nice systematic review by @emerg_doc et al: http://t.co/0GaexxiffR #MedEd

No survival benefit for epi in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: nice systematic review by @emerg_doc et al: http://t.co/0GaexxiffR #MedEd

No survival benefit for epi in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: nice systematic review by @emerg_doc et al: http://t.co/0GaexxiffR #MedEd

No survival benefit for epi in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: nice systematic review by @emerg_doc et al: http://t.co/0GaexxiffR #MedEd

No survival benefit for epi in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: nice systematic review by @emerg_doc et al: http://t.co/0GaexxiffR #MedEd

No survival benefit for epi in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: nice systematic review by @emerg_doc et al: http://t.co/0GaexxiffR #MedEd

No survival benefit for epi in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: nice systematic review by @emerg_doc et al: http://t.co/0GaexxiffR #MedEd

No survival benefit for epi in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: nice systematic review by @emerg_doc et al: http://t.co/0GaexxiffR #MedEd

@davidslessor same Hagihara registry http://t.co/PU3GNUBQpG ≠results http://t.co/zjeFZW2dNn high dose epi associate w survival to admission

No survival benefit for epi in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: nice systematic review by @emerg_doc et al: http://t.co/0GaexxiffR #MedEd

"no benefit of epi in survival to discharge or neurological outcomes" We abandoned bloodletting on less evidence... http://t.co/QHFh5jrTcD

"no benefit of epi in survival to discharge or neurological outcomes" We abandoned bloodletting on less evidence... http://t.co/QHFh5jrTcD

"no benefit of epi in survival to discharge or neurological outcomes" We abandoned bloodletting on less evidence... http://t.co/QHFh5jrTcD

"no benefit of epi in survival to discharge or neurological outcomes" We abandoned bloodletting on less evidence... http://t.co/QHFh5jrTcD

#Adrenaline for OHCA:no benefit in survival to discharge or neurological outcomes. Why do we still do it? #ALS #FOAM http://t.co/d39Nwhu44c

Is a patient more likely to survive cardiac arrest after administration of #epinephrine? http://t.co/9njQhy42nk

Adrenaline for prehospital resus: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.Resus.Sub req.http://t.co/jpHdXHuweq

Adrenaline for prehospital resus: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.Resus.Sub req.http://t.co/jpHdXHuweq

Adrenaline for prehospital resus: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.Resus.Sub req.http://t.co/jpHdXHuweq

Adrenaline for prehospital resus: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.Resus.Sub req.http://t.co/jpHdXHuweq

Adrenaline for prehospital resus: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.Resus.Sub req.http://t.co/jpHdXHuweq

Adrenaline for prehospital resus: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.Resus.Sub req.http://t.co/jpHdXHuweq

Adrenaline for prehospital resus: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.Resus.Sub req.http://t.co/jpHdXHuweq

Adrenaline for prehospital resus: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.Resus.Sub req.http://t.co/jpHdXHuweq

Adrenaline for prehospital resus: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.Resus.Sub req.http://t.co/jpHdXHuweq

Should we give adrenaline in prehospital resus? No benefit in survival in syst review and meta-analysis of RCT's. http://t.co/hoHSl8V0P6 !

Should we give adrenaline in prehospital resus? No benefit in survival in syst review and meta-analysis of RCT's. http://t.co/hoHSl8V0P6 !

Should we give adrenaline in prehospital resus? No benefit in survival in syst review and meta-analysis of RCT's. http://t.co/hoHSl8V0P6 !

Is a patient more likely to survive cardiac arrest after administration of #epinephrine? http://t.co/9njQhy42nk

Is a patient more likely to survive cardiac arrest after administration of #epinephrine? http://t.co/9njQhy42nk

Is a patient more likely to survive cardiac arrest after administration of #epinephrine? http://t.co/9njQhy42nk

"Is a patient more likely to survive cardiac arrest after administration of #epinephrine?" http://t.co/2Z2vAnFkuO via @ELS_Emerg_Med

"Is a patient more likely to survive cardiac arrest after administration of #epinephrine?" http://t.co/2Z2vAnFkuO via @ELS_Emerg_Med

"@hp_ems: "Is a patient more likely to survive cardiac arrest after administration of #epinephrine?" http://t.co/L4IqrTXxKH" Answer is NO.

Is a patient more likely to survive cardiac arrest after administration of #epinephrine? http://t.co/9njQhy42nk

Is a patient more likely to survive cardiac arrest after administration of #epinephrine? http://t.co/9njQhy42nk

RT @ELS_Emerg_Med: Is a patient more likely to survive cardiac arrest after administration of #epinephrine? http://t.co/AQ9lbG4AA8

Is a patient more likely to survive cardiac arrest after administration of #epinephrine? http://t.co/9njQhy42nk

Is a patient more likely to survive cardiac arrest after administration of #epinephrine? http://t.co/9njQhy42nk

Is a patient more likely to survive cardiac arrest after administration of #epinephrine? http://t.co/9njQhy42nk

Is a patient more likely to survive cardiac arrest after administration of #epinephrine? http://t.co/9njQhy42nk

@peteryerbury @resuscounciluk @jas_soar Recent MA here http://t.co/yzlLgy2Y7E

@Jeggggo @DoctorChristian this is a good read http://t.co/z8Cewquyil Best wishes

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