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Armin Nowroozpoor MD Nov 16
Sudden cardiac arrest in exercise
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Matthias Kohlhauer Nov 17
Rapid hypothermia induced by liquid ventilation after cardiac arrest does not reduce the cellular inflammatory systemic response, but rather the cellular migration and neuroinflammation through BBB preservation. Thanks and at
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Kelly Sawyer Nov 17
Not all myoclonus is equal. Evolving literature helps distinguish outcomes
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Richard S Hanna Nov 16
“It’s nice to see adult data showing what pediatrics has been proclaiming for 20 years” - Dr. Atkins dropping the mic from the uprights 🔥🔥🔥
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Hannah Nov 11
Looking forward to presenting this at on Sunday!
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pediRES-Q Nov 17
That’s a wrap! Thank you to everyone who came to visit for a great conference series! We look forward to continuing great work and research in pediatric with this amazing team.
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Jennifer Fowler Nov 17
On World Start-a-Heart Day, India set a world record in training over 20,000 people in HO-CPR! Impressive!
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Lamhaut Nov 16
🚨Last year we explained ETI is dangerous vs LMA during OHCA...But probably a large biais by the incidence of first successful passage of the airway device... Probably the real message is if you don’t know how to intubate don’t intubate and think CPR quality!
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Matthias Kohlhauer Nov 17
Lactate level could be a useful prognostication tool in shockable cardiac arrest. Yet we still need physiopathological data to decipher the post-cardiac arrest metabolic adaptative response, including brain consumption of lactate.
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Purav Mody Nov 16
Dr JB Lascarrou, PI of trail live from 🇫🇷 discussing trial results
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Tia Raymond, MD Nov 17
advocating for Patient-Centric vs. Rescuer-Centric CPR resuscitation. It’s all about CPP, DBP, ECO2, NIRS etc.......
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Matthias Kohlhauer Nov 16
Nice and simple take-home message from the great presentation of the trial by at . Thanks!
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Robert Neumar Nov 16
Cindy Hsu moderating Post-Cardiac Arrest plenary session at
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Jon Rittenberger Nov 17
Lucky to present with neuro-resuscitation gurus.
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Barney Scholefield Nov 17
Great summary on plasma biomarker for Neuro prognostication after cardiac arrest - but none are measured in U.K. - much more to do to work out if useful.
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Nick Johnson Nov 17
Dr. teaching the latest on biomarkers for prognostication post-arrest Take homes: -NSE, S100, Tau have specific for poor outcome, but low sensitivity -Newer kid on block, NFL, has better spec/sens & works early -microRNA may have promise
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Hannah Nov 17
The gender disparities in OHCA are very concerning. Women are less likely to be treated with an AED compared to men.
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Richard S Hanna Nov 16
Drones are the future? They may actually be the present. Fascinating talk on algorithm development for optimal placement to deliver to areas of cardiac arrest. Personally think we’re still a ways off from but this scratched my Mech-E itch.
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Abhishek Bhardwaj, MD, FACP Nov 17
Dr. sharing his important work in the field of cardiac arrest - @ Time to focus on cardiac arrest survivorship
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Robert Neumar Nov 16
Tulasi Jinka presenting our high-dose intranasal insulin study at
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