The European Resuscitation Council and the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine have collaborated to produce these post-resuscitation care guidelines, which are based on the 2015 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Science with Treatment Recommendations. Recent changes in post-resuscitation care include: (a) greater emphasis on the need for urgent coronary catheterisation and percutaneous coronary intervention following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest of likely cardiac cause; (b) targeted temperature management remains important but there is now an option to target a temperature of 36 °C instead of the previously recommended 32-34 °C; (c) prognostication is now undertaken using a multimodal strategy and there is emphasis on allowing sufficient time for neurological recovery and to enable sedatives to be cleared; (d) increased emphasis on rehabilitation after survival from a cardiac arrest.

Nolan, J., Soar, J., Cariou, A., Cronberg, T., Moulaert, V., Deakin, C., Bottiger, B., Friberg, H., Sunde, K., Sandroni, C., European Resuscitation Council and European Society of Intensive Care Medicine 2015 guidelines for post-resuscitation care, <<INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE>>, 2015; 41 (12): 2039-2056. [doi:10.1007/s00134-015-4051-3] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/72059]

European Resuscitation Council and European Society of Intensive Care Medicine 2015 guidelines for post-resuscitation care

K; Sandroni
2015

Abstract

The European Resuscitation Council and the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine have collaborated to produce these post-resuscitation care guidelines, which are based on the 2015 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Science with Treatment Recommendations. Recent changes in post-resuscitation care include: (a) greater emphasis on the need for urgent coronary catheterisation and percutaneous coronary intervention following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest of likely cardiac cause; (b) targeted temperature management remains important but there is now an option to target a temperature of 36 °C instead of the previously recommended 32-34 °C; (c) prognostication is now undertaken using a multimodal strategy and there is emphasis on allowing sufficient time for neurological recovery and to enable sedatives to be cleared; (d) increased emphasis on rehabilitation after survival from a cardiac arrest.
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Nolan, J., Soar, J., Cariou, A., Cronberg, T., Moulaert, V., Deakin, C., Bottiger, B., Friberg, H., Sunde, K., Sandroni, C., European Resuscitation Council and European Society of Intensive Care Medicine 2015 guidelines for post-resuscitation care, <<INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE>>, 2015; 41 (12): 2039-2056. [doi:10.1007/s00134-015-4051-3] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/72059]
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