Here is Kerry’s talk on using physiology parameters obtained from invasive monitoring devices to help guide improvements in an individuals cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Here is Elliot’s talk on the evidence and issues with mechanical CPR devices.
SCGH guideline to assist in deciding eligibility, resuscitation and the timely application of ECMO for suitable OOHCA patients. [PDF] Date implemented – 10/2017 Review date – 02/2018 Author – Ercleve / Phillips (Note – collaborative ED/ICU/Cardiothoracics)
Here is Hassan’s talk on the evidence and issues behind the use of mechanical CPR. Resources: Mechanical CPR: Three CHEERS or a boo? by Robert Simpson of AmboFOAM Refractory cardiac arrest treated with mechanical CPR, hypothermia, ECMO and early reperfusion (the CHEER trial). Dion Stubc et el. Resuscitation, 86 (2015) 88–94 High survival rate of 43% in […]
As part of his 4.10 project, here is a PechaKucha done by John Iliff on “ECMO in Cardiac Arrest” that I think you may find interesting: Resources: Here is Johnny’s CME talk on ECMO in Cardiac Arrest (4/2016): ECMO (Extra-Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation) from LITFL’s Critical Care Compendium The Alfred ICU ECMO page The Alfred ICU ECMO Guideline […]
Here is Dan’s discussion on the factors that may influence when to continue or cease resuscitative efforts. Resources: Video Lectures: Weingart tackles the dogma and evidence around resuscitation algorithms brings us the concept of truely advanced life support. The ABC’s of practicing what we preach. Cliff Reid examines the over-complication of resuscitation and our need […]