Lazarus Phenomenon

The Lazarus phenomenon

The Lazarus phenomenon Lazarus syndrome (autoresuscitation after failed cardiopulmonary resuscitation) is the ROSC after failed resuscitation. Its has been noted in medical literature at least 38 times since 1982. The name comes from Lazarus who was …

Terrorist incidents in London

Terrorist incidents in central London Two incidents with casualties in central London! Vehicle run into pedestrians on London Bridge. People were stabbed in nearby Borough Market. The incidents are being …



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