both the voluntary nature of ROSCs
and FSAPs, namely the two main forms
This article seeks to explore what it looks like specifically to address the spiritual needs of the individual in a ROSC, and the spiritual themes described therein.
Characteristics of the holistic approach described in the ROSC report pertaining to spirituality include: (1) a "responsiveness to personal belief systems" and (2) a "person-centered" approach that provides choices in the area of spiritual supports that are (3) "anchored in the community.
In our case, TNK was temporally associated with ROSC
during refractory cardiac arrest.
The current report assessed the degree to which the recommendations of the 2003 ROSC
review have been implemented, identified issues that have emerged since the last review and proposed a number of policy recommendations aimed at further improving the quality of corporate financial reporting and auditing.
ROSC incorporated evidence of addiction as a chronic health condition, allowing us to expand upon the predominant acute care treatment model through the provision of ongoing, comprehensive supportive services to those recavering from addiction.
ROSC changed the dynamic of the therapeutic relationship from a top-down.
Patients who have a ROSC
may not survive, but the figures reveal the sort of service they receive.
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Overall, 55 (11%) patients achieved ROSC
for the first time during transport and patients treated with LDB-CC were more likely to achieve ROSC
during transport than patients treated with manual CC (14.
The study's purpose was to compare the rate of ROSC
in an urban EMS system that converted from standard-CPR practices to the use of the AutoPulse.
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