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Emergencies in radiology 

Emergencies in radiology
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Emergencies in radiology
Author(s):

Sally Baxter

and Anita Chandra

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199238439.003.0002
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date: 26 June 2019

Adult Basic Life Support (BLS) and in-hospital resuscitation 14

Adult Advanced Life Support (ALS) 18

Adverse reactions to contrast media 21

Acute general reactions 22

Delayed general reactions 24

Extravasation of IV contrast medium 24

Contrast-induced nephrotoxicity 24

Pregnancy and breastfeeding 25

Maintenance of an adequate circulation and ventilation until action can be taken to treat the underlying cause of the cardiopulmonary arrest. The division between basic and advanced life support following an in-hospital cardiac arrest is arbitrary, the process being a continuum....

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