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Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest
Contemporary Management from Field to Follow-Up
Monday 27th November 2017 - Royal Society of Medicine, London
Hosted by the Essex Cardiothoracic Centre
State of the art 1-day course on decision-making and management of patients presenting with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
The course is designed for Consultant Cardiologists and Interventional trainees and will include keynote lectures, interactive sessions, expert discussion and case studies focusing on the journey of OHCA patients from the field to recovery and follow-up.
This course is open to BCIS Members only. For details on joining BCIS visit: www.bcis.org.uk
For BCIS Consultant Members this course is free of charge, for BCIS Non Consultant Cardiologist, there is a nominal registration fee of £25.00
- Who should be transferred to a cardiac centre?
Who should go to the cath lab?
Refractory CA – now what?
Haemodynamic support for OHCA and cardiogenic
- Role of PCI
antiplatelet and anticoagulation?
- Unobstructed coronaries
- now what?
should receive therapeutic hypothermia?
after cardiac arrest
the psychological consequences.
Dr Thomas Keeble,
Dr John Davies,
Dr Grigoris Karamasis,
Dr Paul Kelly