Introduction: Successful outcome following cardiac arrest has been reported in the range of 13–59%. Several studies have shown that medical centres with trained and designated emergency personal have improved event and discharge survival. This multistage study designed with aim to determine the value of formal CPR team in improving survival from in-hospital cardiac arrest.
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