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Anoxic-Ischemic Brain Injury
Fugate JE. Neurol Clin 2017 - Review. PMID 28962803
Improvements in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and intensive care medicine have led to declining mortality rates for patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, but overall it is still a minority that achieves good outcomes. ...
Improvements in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and intensive care medicine have led to declining mortality rates for patients with out-of-hos …
Traumatic cardiac arrest.
Smith JE, et al. J R Soc Med 2015 - Review. PMID 25572990 Free PMC article.
Traumatic cardiac arrest is known to have a poor outcome, and some authors have stated that attempted resuscitation from traumatic cardiac arrest is futile. ...This review highlights key areas of difference between traumatic cardiac arrest and medical cardiac arrest, and outlines a strategy for the management of patients in traumatic cardiac arrest. ...
Traumatic cardiac arrest is known to have a poor outcome, and some authors have stated that attempted resuscitation from traumatic ca …
The Brain after Cardiac Arrest.
Elmer J and Callaway CW. Semin Neurol 2017 - Review. PMID 28147414 Free PMC article.
Cardiac arrest is common and deadly. Most patients who are treated in the hospital after achieving return of spontaneous circulation still go on to die from the sequelae of anoxic brain injury. ...Finally, the authors discuss the outcomes of cardiac arrest survivors with a focus on commonly observed patterns of injury as well as the scales used to measure patient outcome and their limitations....
Cardiac arrest is common and deadly. Most patients who are treated in the hospital after achieving return of spontaneous circulation …
Post-cardiac arrest syndrome: epidemiology, pathophysiology, treatment, and prognostication. A Scientific Statement from the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation; the American Heart Association Emergency Cardiovascular Care Committee; the Council on Cardiovascular Surgery and Anesthesia; the Council on Cardiopulmonary, Perioperative, and Critical Care; the Council on Clinical Cardiology; the Council on Stroke.
Nolan JP, et al. Resuscitation 2008. PMID 18963350
METHODS: Relevant articles were identified using PubMed, EMBASE and an American Heart Association EndNote master resuscitation reference library, supplemented by hand searches of key papers. ...RESULTS: The 4 key components of post-cardiac arrest syndrome were identified as (1) post-cardiac arrest brain injury, (2) post-cardiac arrest myocardial dysfunction, (3) systemic ischaemia/reperfusion response, and (4) persistent precipitating pathology. ...
METHODS: Relevant articles were identified using PubMed, EMBASE and an American Heart Association EndNote master resuscitation refere …
Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: in-hospital intervention strategies.
Hassager C, et al. Lancet 2018 - Review. PMID 29536863
The prognosis after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) has improved in the past few decades because of advances in interventions used outside and in hospital. ...In this Series paper we discuss in-hospital management of patients with post-cardiac-arrest syndrome. In most patients, the most important in-hospital interventions other than routine intensive care are continuous active treatment (in non-comatose and comatose patients and including circulatory support in selected patients), cooling of core temperature to 32-36°C by targeted temperature management for at least 24 h, immediate coronary angiography with or without percutaneous coronary intervention, and delay of final prognosis until at least 72 h after OHCA. ...
The prognosis after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) has improved in the past few decades because of advances in interventions u …
Neurologic complications of cardiac arrest.
McCoyd M and McKiernan T. Handb Clin Neurol 2014 - Review. PMID 24365286
Cardiac arrest is a common and serious medical emergency affecting upwards of 450000 Americans on an annual basis. It causes a substantial strain on the physical and financial resources of the medical system. ...This review focuses on epidemiologic data, current management recommendations, clinical and ancillary testing to suggest long-term prognosis, and common complications of cardiac arrest. ...
Cardiac arrest is a common and serious medical emergency affecting upwards of 450000 Americans on an annual basis. It causes a substa …
Post-cardiac arrest syndrome.
Binks A and Nolan JP. Minerva Anestesiol 2010 - Review. PMID 20395899 Free article.
The whole-body ischemia-reperfusion response that occurs during cardiac arrest and subsequent restoration of systemic circulation results in a series of pathophysiological processes that have been termed the post-cardiac arrest syndrome. The components of the post-cardiac arrest syndrome comprise post-cardiac arrest brain injury, post-cardiac arrest myocardial dysfunction, the systemic ischemia-reperfusion response and persistent precipitating pathology. ...
The whole-body ischemia-reperfusion response that occurs during cardiac arrest and subsequent restoration of systemic circulation res …
How does the length of cardiopulmonary resuscitation affect brain damage in patients surviving cardiac arrest? A systematic review.
Welbourn C and Efstathiou N. Scand J Trauma Resusc Emerg Med 2018 - Review. PMID 30201018 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Brain injury can occur after cardiac arrest due to the effects of ischaemia and reperfusion. In serious cases this can lead to permanent disability. ...This review has highlighted many gaps in the knowledge where future research is needed; a validated and reliable measure of neurological outcome following cardiac arrest, more focused research on the effects of duration on neurological outcome and further research into the factors leading to brain damage in cardiac arrest....
BACKGROUND: Brain injury can occur after cardiac arrest due to the effects of ischaemia and reperfusion. In serious cases this can le …
Treatment of Seizures and Postanoxic Status Epilepticus
Reynolds AS and Claassen J. Semin Neurol 2017 - Review. PMID 28147416
Seizures are a common occurrence following cardiac arrest and may occur both during targeted temperature management and after rewarming. ...Importantly, to date no randomized controlled trials are available to guide the management of seizures in patients with cardiac arrest. ...
Seizures are a common occurrence following cardiac arrest and may occur both during targeted temperature management and after rewarmi …
Cerebral Edema After Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: A Therapeutic Target Following Cardiac Arrest?
Hayman EG, et al. Neurocrit Care 2018 - Review. PMID 29080068
Following cardiac arrest, cerebral edema is a cardinal feature of brain injury and is a powerful prognosticator of neurologic outcome. ...Ongoing research will be necessary to determine whether targeting cerebral edema will improve patient outcomes after cardiac arrest....
Following cardiac arrest, cerebral edema is a cardinal feature of brain injury and is a powerful prognosticator of neurologic outcome …
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