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Quick shot of adrenalin helps heart patients

People who go into cardiac arrest but have a shot of epinephrine within five minutes are significantly likelier to survive than those who don’t get a shot of adrenaline that quickly, according to a new study.

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People who go into cardiac arrest but have a shot of epinephrine within five minutes are significantly likelier to survive than those who don’t get a shot of adrenaline that quickly, according to a new study. (U.S. News & World Report)

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