Part 8: advanced life support: 2010 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science With Treatment Recommendations
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Physician staffed helicopter emergency medical systems can provide advanced trauma life support in mountainous and remote areas Ausserer J; Moritz E; Stroehle M; Brugger H; Strapazzon G; Rauch S; Mair P; Bonsante F; Brandstätter M; Dal Cappello T; Drüge G; Falk M; Fop E; Frasnelli A; Gasteiger L; Gruber E; Hofer G; Lunz W; Palma M; Ploner F; Rammlmair G; Trincanato A; Turner R; Zanon P; Voelckel W; Dengg C; Kettner M. (2017)
Resuscitation of avalanche victims: Evidence-based guidelines of the international commission for mountain emergency medicine (ICAR MEDCOM) intended for physicians and other advanced life support personnel Brugger H; Durrer B; Elsensohn F; Paal P; Strapazzon G; Winterberger E; Zafren K; Boyd J (2013)BACKGROUND: In North America and Europe ∼150 persons are killed by avalanches every year. METHODS: The International Commission for Mountain Emergency Medicine (ICAR MEDCOM) systematically developed evidence-based ...
Exploiting Patterns and Tool Support for Reusable and Automated Change Support for Software Architectures Ahmad A; Pahl C; Khaliq F; Maqbool O; Jamshidi P (2016)Lehman’s law of continuing change implies that software must continually evolve to accommodate frequently changing requirements in existing systems. Also, maintainability as an attribute of system quality requires that ...