New way of treating cardiac arrest patients to be trialled in North East

A study aimed at finding the best way to treat people who have suffered a cardiac arrest outside of hospital will be conducted in the North East early in 2015. Traditionally, adrenaline has been used - but some research suggest this could actually be harmful. The blind study, developed by Warwick University, will see 50% of cardiac arrest patients in the North East given a salt-water solution instead. The trial is due to begin early 2015 Statement FAQs If you want to opt out of the trial,  you can request ...