Approximately 200 000 US patients annually experience in-hospital cardiac arrest,1 yet clinicians continue to have poor understanding about how to improve patient survival after these events. In part, this is because cardiac arrest is an unexpected event that is difficult to predict with certainty. Moreover, cardiac arrest involves heterogeneous groups of patients necessitating the engagement of numerous physician specialties, hospital floors, and allied health care personnel to improve resuscitation outcomes.
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