In this roundtable discussion, members of the British Cardiovascular Interventional Society's Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) working group - Dr Peter O'Kane, Prof Nick Curzen, Dr Thomas R Keeble, and Dr Nilesh Pareek - joined forces with Prof Marko Noc, Prof Roxana Mehran, and Dr Dawn Adamson, National Specialty Advisor for Cardiology for NHS England, to distill the key messages of the new OHCA recommendations.
1:20: Unmet needs: How can we standardise OHCA patient care in the UK?
3:23: State of OHCRA care today and the working group.
6:14: Definition of a cardiac arrest centre.
9:15: How do we assess OHCA patients?
11:08: Commentary from Prof Mehran and Prof Noc: How do the recommendations apply to international healthcare systems?
15:47: Dr Adamson on streamlining the care pathway.
18:11: Data collection and monitoring.
27:00: Psychological care and rehabilitation of OHCA patients and their families.
Read the BCIS consensus statements in ICR3:
- British Cardiovascular Interventional Society Consensus Position Statement on Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest 1: Pathway of Care
- British Cardiovascular Intervention Society Consensus Position Statement on Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest 2: Post-discharge Rehabilitation
- British Cardiovascular Interventional Society Consensus: a Huge Step Towards Standardised Care for Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest in the UK
Recorded on-site at ACI 2023, London.
Editor: Mirjam Boros
Video Production: Dan Brent, Tom Green