Archive - May 15, 2017

Archive - May 15, 2017

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17 Years and Thriving

This week, Henry Jampel, MD, celebrated the 17th anniversary of his resuscitation at breakfast in Baltimore with two of his rescuers, David Brown, MD, and Allan Krumholtz, MD, and other friends. On May 16th, 2000, at the age of 44, and seven months after completion of the Ironman Triathlon World Championship in Hawaii, Henry had a cardiac arrest in the shower after a swim workout. After 27 minutes of CPR by four fellow swimmers, who all happened to be physicians, he was successfully defibrillated, a striking example of the exception that disproves the rule.

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