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AHA 2020 Resuscitation Guidelines Released

AHA 2020 Resuscitation Guidelines Released
22-Oct-2020
Editors Desk

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The AHA 2020 Resuscitation Guidelines summarize the key issues and changes in the 2020 American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC). The 2020 Guidelines are a comprehensive revision of the AHA guidelines for adult, pediatric, neonatal, resuscitation education science, and systems of care topics. They have been developed for resuscitation providers and AHA instructors to focus on the resuscitation science and guidelines recommendations that are most significant or controversial, or those that will result in changes in resuscitation training and practice, and to provide the rationale for the recommendations.

AHA 2020 Guidelines Documents

AHA 2020 Guidelines - HIGHLIGHTS (9.8Mb)
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AHA 2020 Guidelines - Adult BLS and ALS (3Mb)
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AHA 2020 Guidelines - Pediatric BLS and ALS (25Mb)
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AHA 2020 Guidelines - Neonatal Resuscitation (0.4Mb)
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AHA 2020 Guidelines - FULL CONTENT
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AHA 2020 Guidelines Education Webinar (50mins)


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Website Restored
22-Oct-2020
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Bureaucracies and Power: Examining the Medical Council of India and the Development of Emergency Medicine in India

Bureaucracies and Power: Examining the Medical Council of India and the Development of Emergency Medicine in India
11-Jun-2020
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The Medical Council of India applied its bureaucratic power in a manner that negatively impacted emergency medicine training programs and the development of emergency medicine, with implications for availability and quality of emergency care in India.


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Social Science & Medicine
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Emergency medicine stakeholders faced hurdles in seeking recognition, developing and disseminating a curriculum in medical colleges, securing recognition for courses in medical colleges and clarifying ambiguous training policy guidelines.

Regulating recognition and training for new medical specialties in India: The Case of Emergency Medicine
Veena Sriram, Rama Baru, Sara Bennett
Oxford Academic
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Making of New Medical Specialty - A Policy Analysis of the Development of Emergency Medicine in India
Veena Sriram, Adnan Hyder, Sara Bennett
International Journal of Health Policy and Management


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Website Maintenance in Progress

Website Maintenance in Progress
09-Jan-2020
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Did you know that our Technical Team monitors this website on a daily basis? Yes, we do. We check pages randomly, look for errors, screen for viruses & malware, review our server logs and do a whole bunch of things. We were recently receiving malicious internet traffic on our Asia-Pacific server which had slowed down our website. We have fixed and reported that now.

Over the next couple of weeks, we will be conducting important website maintenance work, like updating pages (only html code, not the readable content), performing lots of minor and a few major upgrades to the core website, conduct accessibility, functionality and security checks, collect performance stats, backup data, and some more stuff like that. We will not be shutting down the site, but you may notice page or browser errors here and there. There is a small but definite possibility that you may not be able to reach our website at all. In such a case, just come back after a couple of hours.

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EmergencyMedicine.in Crosses 2 Million Visitors

EmergencyMedicine.in Crosses 2 Million Visitors
31-Dec-2019
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As of 31-Dec-2019, our website news articles were read by 2,002,811 unique visitors. That's more than 2 million people from around the world accessing EmergencyMedicine.in for authentic information about emergency medicine specialty in India. EmergencyMedicine.in remains the most comprehensive and trusted news repository about EM in India since 2006. You Can Trust. Keep in touch.




















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