13. A Bundle of Joy: Improving Cardiac Arrest Survival Through Special Combinations of Care

61 responses

Does your agency bypass closest facility with Cardiac Arrest or ROSC patients in order to take them to a dedicated "Cardiac Resuscitation Center"

61 out of 61 answered

1
Yes
34% / 21 resp.
2
No
65% / 40 resp.

Do you think mobile ECMO is feasible?

61 out of 61 answered

1
Yes
50% / 31 resp.
2
No
49% / 30 resp.

Have you deployed a High-Performance CPR (HP-CPR) program at your agency?

61 out of 61 answered

1
Yes
78% / 48 resp.
2
No
21% / 13 resp.

Does that HP-CPR program include pediatrics?

59 out of 61 answered

1
Yes
57% / 34 resp.
2
No
42% / 25 resp.

Do you think that the literature shows that mechanical CPR is dangerous?

60 out of 61 answered

1
Yes
6% / 4 resp.
2
No
93% / 56 resp.

Do you use mechanical CPR in your system?

61 out of 61 answered

1
Yes
85% / 52 resp.
2
No
14% / 9 resp.

Do you think that a free, easily accessible toolbox to teach high performance CPR may be helpful for your system?

61 out of 61 answered

1
Yes
95% / 58 resp.
2
No
4% / 3 resp.

ECMO consistently outperforms Amiodarone for refractory VF for survival and resuscitation no matter what the patient's duration of cardiac arrest.

61 out of 61 answered

1
True
68% / 42 resp.
2
False
31% / 19 resp.

Mortality increases 25% for every 10 min delay past 30 minutes for the implementation of ECMO

61 out of 61 answered

1
True
77% / 47 resp.
2
False
23% / 14 resp.

My OB and Newborn protocols are:

61 out of 61 answered

1
Two separate protocols
68% / 42 resp.
2
Combined as one protocol
27% / 17 resp.
3
I don't have a NB protocol
3% / 2 resp.
4
I don't have an OB protocol
0% / 0 resp.