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What is new in the 2015 American Heart Association guidelines, what is recycled from 2010, and what is relevant for emergency medicine in Canada

  • Laurie J. Morrison (a1) (a2), Allan de Caen (a3), Farhan Bhanji (a4), Blair L. Bigham (a5), Ian E. Blanchard (a6) (a7), Steven C. Brooks (a1) (a8), Anne-Marie Guerguerian (a9), Jan L. Jensen (a10) (a11), Andrew H. Travers (a10) (a11), Christian Vaillancourt (a12), Michelle Welsford (a13) and Karen Woolfrey (a14)...
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* Correspondence to: Dr. Laurie J. Morrison, Rescu, St. Michael’s Hospital, 30 Bond Street, Toronto, ON M5B 1W8; Email: morrisonl@smh.ca

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