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Davis DP, Aguilar SA, Lawrence B, Minokadeh A, Sell SE, Husa RD. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2018;44:413-420.
This analysis of a training program in hospital-based identification of clinical deterioration and resuscitation found that most cardiopulmonary arrest events can be reliably classified by the study team's novel taxonomy into 1 of 12 clinical entities. The authors suggest that using this taxonomy can better elucidate the effects of interventions to improve outcomes of cardiopulmonary arrest in inpatient settings.