Post-resuscitation EQ-5D-3L scoring by the patient or caregiver/legal guardian versus the medical professional: a sub-study of the Jerusalem District Resuscitation Study
The Jerusalem District study and all of its sub-studies would never have taken place without the professional guidance and moral support of Prof. Jeremy Kark, may he rest in peace. We stand on the shoulders of a giant, and for his legacy we are grateful.
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