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The history of cardiac arrest as an indication for resuscitation is "loaded with implications for current standards of care," says Daniel Brauner, MD, associate professor of medicine at the University of Chicago. At one point in time, resuscitation was used only in very limited instances, he explains.

More ethical care possible with long-term ICU patients?