The girl who died twice: How doctors saved a 12-year-old whose heart stopped for 45 minutes

May 21, 2020

Only one-third of pediatric patients who go more than 20 minutes without a pulse survive, according to Dr. Anthony Rosania (Exec MHA ’19), an associate professor of emergency medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. The survival rate was once as low as 6%, said Rosania, who was not involved in Jissel’s care.

NJ.com, May 21, 2020

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