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Improvement and Management of Post Cardiac Arrest Care

Thursday, April 18
Classroom Session
Cardiology & Resuscitation (JEMS)

Post-cardiac arrest management is of utmost importance to emergency medical services personnel as it plays a crucial role in determining the outcomes and long-term prognosis of patients who have suffered a cardiac arrest. The knowledge and skills required to provide critical care in these situations cannot be underestimated. The goal of this lecture is to emphasize the significance of a coordinated and organized approach to implementing post-cardiac arrest care strategies in the prehospital setting. EMS personnel have the opportunity to enhance their ability to deliver effective resuscitation, optimize patient outcomes, and contribute to the chain of survival for cardiac arrest patients. This knowledge empowers EMS personnel to make informed decisions, apply advanced life support techniques, and ultimately save lives in these critical situations.

*Eligible for CEH/CAPCE Credit

Tristan Coomer, FF/Paramedic, Educator - Springfield Township Fire Department