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August 2017
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Monthly Focus
How to treat sudden cardiac arrest, opioid overdose
By Bob Sullivan

Death from sudden cardiac arrest and opioid overdose are both major public health problems in the United States. Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, where there is a sudden loss cardiac function caused by a dysrhythmia, affects approximately 326,000 people in the United States each year and has a national survival rate of 10 percent [1].

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