Cleveland cardiac transport plan runs into opposition

03/23/2009 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Plans by Cleveland-area health officials to implement a system of transporting sudden cardiac arrest patients to hospitals that offer cooling therapy have run into opposition by those who say there is not enough proof the treatment works. The American Heart Association has recommended cooling for most cardiac arrest survivors and several other cities have implemented a transport system for these patients.

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