Sessions “Arrêt Cardiaque” au congrès REANIMATION 2020

Mercredi 5 Février 2020 11h00 – 12h20 Prise en charge hospitalière de l’arrêt cardiaque

Mercredi 5 / Jeudi 6 / Vendredi 7 Février 2020 10h00 – 12h00 puis 14h00 – 15h30 Centre de simulation 2 – Procédure de réanimation lors d’un ACR

Jeudi 6 Février 12h35 – 13h55 – Forum 6 – Contrôle thermique après arrêt cardiaque

Jeudi 6 Février 14h10 – 15h10 – Forum 1 – Toxicologie et arrêt cardiaque

Jeudi 6 Février 14h10 – 15h10 – E02 – Hémodynamique : arrêt cardiaque

Vendredi 7 Février 11h00 – 12h20 – Arrêt cardiaque extra-hospitalier

Jeudi 6 Février 14h10 – 15h10 – S02 – Arrêt cardiaque : la prise en charge initiale

HYPERION – Hot Topics Session – ESICM Lives 2019

Don’t miss the Hot Topics Session – ESICM Lives 2019! Dr Jean-Baptiste LASCARROU (Nantes, FRANCE) will report study results live in BERLIN during the next ESICM congress (Lives 2019).

Hyperion was an open-label randomized controlled trial comparing moderate therapeutic hypothermia (33°C during the first 24 hours) to targeted normothermia (37°C) in comatose patients admitted to intensive care units after resuscitation from cardiac arrest with nonshockable rhythm. The primary outcome was survival with a favorable neurological outcome, assessed on post-randomization day 90 using the CPC scale.  A favorable neurological outcome was defined as CPC 1 or 2. Between January 2014 and January 2018, 584 patients were included and results will be release at ESICM 2019 during the hot topic session.

AfterROSC Working Group Meeting 16 Mai 2019

Second AfterROSC Working Group meeting took place in Paris on 16 Mai 2019.

Structuring of our network was concretized by the creation of a regulatory associative structure entitled AfterROSC. This organization will make our collaboration a reality, ensure promotion and support, in order to give shape to our projects!

Thus, AfterROSC network decided to quickly implement its projects by promoting its first collaborative research as a prospective observational study dealing with the evaluation of diagnostic accuracy of various prognosis scores after cardiac arrest.

AfterROSC Working Group Meeting 15 Nov 2018

First AfterROSC Working Group meeting took place in Paris on 15 Nov 2018.

This founding meeting brought together 26 intensivists from as many Intensive Care Units in France and Belgium, passionated in research and teaching around the topic post resuscitation care after cardiac arrest.

The foundations of our organization have been laid allowing for a start of a fantastic collaborative work!