Insufficient clinical evidence exists to justify using oxygen therapy for heart attack patients, a medical expert has claimed. Professor Richard Beasley of the Medical Research Institute in New Zealand says in the latest edition of the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine that clinical dogma should be challenged on the 100-year-old therapy.

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Insufficient clinical evidence exists to justify using oxygen therapy for heart attack patients, a medical expert has claimed. Professor Richard Beasley of the Medical Research Institute in New Zealand says in the latest edition of the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine that clinical dogma should be challenged on the 100-year-old therapy.

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