Disheartening result for cyclosporine A in nonshockable cardiac arrest

Administering cyclosporine A at the time of resuscitation of patients with nonshockable out-of-hospital cardiac arrest does not reduce the likelihood of subsequent multiple organ failure, shows the results of the CYRUS trial.
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