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ARTÍCULOS Y DOCUMENTOS DE INTERÉS 
Sección que recoge articulos, documentos, archivos multimedia o enlaces a sitios de interés general en el campo de la RCP, parada cardiaca y otros temas de relevancia médica o social.

 

Presencia de familiares durante la RCP en domicilio

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VI Jornadas Madrileñas de Atención al Paciente Crítico - 17 y 18 de novimebre 2014

 

Cultura de la autoprotección frente a la parada cardiaca

Cómo salvar una vida con la Cultura de la Autoprotección.
La enfermedad coronaria (infarto de miocardio) es la principal causa de muerte en nuestro entorno. En Europa, la muerte súbita de origen cardíaco es responsable de más del 60% de muertes en adultos. En el ámbito extrahospitalario (el hogar, el centro de trabajo, el club deportivo o la vía pública), en Europa cada año se producen unas 50 muertes súbitas por cada 100.000 habitantes. Esto representa casi 400.000 muertes súbitas al año en toda Europa. Se estima que en España se producen más de 25.000 paradas cardíacas al año

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Decisiones sobre iniciar o no la RCP_Resucitation Council UK - 2014

Decisions relating to cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Guidance from the British Medical Association,the Resuscitation Council (UK) and the Royal College of Nursing.
Healthcare professionals are aware that decisions about whether or not CPR will be attempted raise very sensitive and potentially distressing issues for patients and those emotionally close to them. As a consequence there has been stand-alone professional guidance on CPR decision-making since the 1990s and guidance published jointly by the British Medical Association, Resuscitation Council (UK) and Royal College of Nursing since 2001.


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Diez pasos para mejorar la supervivencia de la parada cardíacaDecisiones sobre iniciar o no la RCP_Resucitation Council UK - 2014Diez pasos para mejorar la supervivencia de la parada cardíaca

TEN STEPS FOR IMPROVING SURVIVAL FROM SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST
Improvement is Possible
Improving Cardiac Survival Rates, One Community at a Time

As a medical emergency there is nothing more dramatic than sudden cardiac arrest. A person at home or in the community, suddenly (often with no symptoms) collapses. Consciousness is lost in a matter of seconds and there is instantaneous loss of pulse and blood pressure. At the moment of cardiac arrest the person is clinically dead. Within 10 minutes clinical death will progress to irreversible biological death and another statistic will be notched in the tally of deaths from heart disease. This cold "statistic" cannot possibly reveal the reality of a vital person engaged in the community, with family and friends,children and grandchildren.
This guide is intended for EMS directors, medical directors, fire department chiefs, EMS service officers, EMS training officers, and dispatch center directors. It is written specifically for you, and with that in mind, jumps right to the practical information. There is little in the way of background or scholarly discussions of the latest scientific finding.

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Documento de Consenso Parada Cardiaca Extrahospitalaria en Inglaterra 2014

Consensus Paper on Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in England
The purpose of this paper is to bring some clarity to the analysis of data associated with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) in England. This will help us to agree the scale of the problem, ensure that realistic targets for improvement can be set and the impact of interventions assessed.

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The European Resuscitation Council: Its history and development

Resuscitation Journal - Editorial / Resuscitation 84 (2013) 1291–1294
This year, the European Resuscitation Council (ERC) celebrates its 25th anniversary. The ERC was created by a small group of friends and has developed into a professional organisation with interna-tional recognition, dealing with all aspects of resuscitation care in Europe. These 25 years have formed a substantial and exciting part of the professional lifetime of the present authors, who have had the privilege of participating in the conception, the birth, and the development of the Council.

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