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Quantitative measurement of the pupillary light reflex has independent prognostic value in patients resuscitated from cardiac arrest

Topic: Cardiac Care Unit (CCU), Intensive, and Critical Cardiovascular Care

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Doctor Benjamin Nyholm

Rigshospitalet - Copenhagen University Hospital, Copenhagen (Denmark)
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Old and new echocardiographic parameters to predict successful VA ECMO weaning

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Speaker: Doctor S. Montero (Barcelona, ES)

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The impact of initiating quality of care improvement protocols on intensive care unit length of stay in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting: An insight from a nascent program

Speaker: Doctor Y. Manla (Abu Dhabi, AE)

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ACVC Research Prize 2022

Speakers: Doctor B. Nyholm, Doctor A. Gambaro, Doctor S. Montero, Doctor Y. Manla
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