It was one of those rare examples where everything went right. Witnessed, in-hospital arrest followed by rapid defibrillation. Everyone from the attending down to me worked seamlessly together, doing exactly what needed to be done without wasted effort. It was one of the smoothest-run codes I've ever been in, and I learned just before I left for break that the patient had left the hospital and was doing well.
For another perspective on codes from someone concerned with more than just adequate compressions, go check out Shadowfax's recent post and his link to Happy Hospitalist.