Vasopressin may be better option to restart the heart

01/8/2004 | Reuters

A study indicates that for patients whose heart has stopped beating, giving them a shot of vasopressin as part of CPR seems to improve their odds of survival. The study compared the CPR use of vasopressin with epinephrine, which is currently recommended as the first drug to use in CPR.

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