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Breakthrough in cardiac arrest: reports from the 4th Paris International Conference.
Kudenchuk, PJ; Sandroni, C; Drinhaus, HR et al.
2015In Annals of Intensive Care
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Keywords :
Cardiac arrest; Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation; Minimally conscious state; Organ donation; Persistent vegetative state; Targeted temperature management; Therapeutic hypothermia
Abstract :
[en] Jean-Luc Diehl The French Intensive Care Society organized on 5th and 6th June 2014 its 4th Paris International Conference in Intensive Care", whose principle is to bring together the best international experts on a hot topic in critical care medicine. The 2014 theme was "Breakthrough in cardiac arrest", with many high-quality updates on epidemiology, public health data, pre-hospital and in-ICU cares. The present review includes short summaries of the major presentations, classified into six main chapters: Epidemiology of CA Pre-hospital management Post-resuscitation management: targeted temperature management Post-resuscitation management: optimizing organ perfusion and metabolic parameters Neurological assessment of brain damages Public healthcare."
Research center :
Giga-Neurosciences - ULiège
Disciplines :
Anesthesia & intensive care
Author, co-author :
Kudenchuk, PJ
Sandroni, C
Drinhaus, HR
Böttiger, BW
Cariou, A
Sunde, K
Dworschak, M
Taccone, FS
Deye, N
Friberg, H
Laureys, Steven  ;  Université de Liège > GIGA : Coma Group
LEDOUX, Didier  ;  Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Liège - CHU > Soins intensifs
Oddo, M
Legriel, S
Hantson, P
Diehl, JL
Laterre, PF
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Title :
Breakthrough in cardiac arrest: reports from the 4th Paris International Conference.
Publication date :
17 September 2015
Journal title :
Annals of Intensive Care
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