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2022-01-13

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T. Grübl, D. Nauheimer, H. Wolff, G. Gehret, N. Rott, W. Schmidbauer, B. Schieffer, B. Gliwitzky

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The treatment of patients with cardiac arrest is very complex. The therapy of these critically ill patients in a designated center improves their prognosis. Thus, cardiac arrest center (CAC) certification has been established, which requires re-certification at specified audits. The certification procedure is a multistage process and takes about one year in total. A CAC combines all important pre- and in-hospital multidisciplinary players. Infrastructure, evidence-based treatment algorithms, structured training as well as repeating evaluations within conferences with statistical observations including process optimization have to be established. The main goal is the focused organization of the center. Every patient with comparable conditions and prerequisites should, thus, receive a similar treatment pathway without being dependent on individual actors. Multidisciplinary cooperation, accurate procedures with high standards for patient safety and exact documentation are required. The result of these measures leads to treatment optimization and outcome improvement of patients with or after cardiac arrest. In the updated international resuscitation guidelines of 2020/21, this led to a stronger recommendation for the establishment of cardiac arrest centers. More... »

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