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British Cardiovascular Intervention Society Consensus Position Statement on Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest 2: Post-discharge Rehabilitation

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posted on 2023-07-26, 16:03 authored by Marco Mion, Rupert Simpson, Tom Johnson, Valentino Oriolo, Ellie Gudde, Paul Rees, Tom Quinn, Johannes Von Vopelius-Feldt, Sean Gallagher, Abdul Mozid, Nick Curzen, John Davies, Paul Swindell, Nilesh Pareek, Thomas R. Keeble
Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) is a major public health issue that poses significant challenges both in immediate management and long-term follow-up. Survivors of OHCA often experience a combination of complex medical, physical and psychological needs that have a significant impact on quality of life. Guidelines suggest a multi-dimensional follow-up to address both physical and non-physical domains for survivors. However, it is likely that there is substantial unwarranted variation in provision of services throughout the UK. Currently, there is no nationally agreed model for the follow-up of OHCA survivors and there is an urgent need for a set of standards and guidelines in order to ensure equal access for all. Accordingly, the British Cardiovascular Interventional Society established a multi-disciplinary working group to develop a position statement that summarises the most up-to-date evidence and provides guidance on essential and desirable services for a dedicated follow-up pathway for survivors of OHCA

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Interventional Cardiology: Reviews, Research, Resources

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17561477

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  • eng

Legacy posted date

2022-11-23

Legacy creation date

2022-11-23

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Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine & Social Care

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