A study in The American Journal of Cardiology showed that diabetes patients were modestly less likely to survive in-hospital cardiac arrest than those without diabetes. Researchers used a cohort of more than 1 million patients and found a lower survival risk among those with a primary diagnosis of cardiovascular disease, patients with ventricular fibrillation or ventricular tachycardia as the cardiac arrest rhythm and those who were younger, as well as those with chronic kidney disease.
Study: Diabetes patients less likely to survive in-hospital cardiac arrest
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