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Resuscitation 2019 - Controversies in resuscitation

Resuscitation 2019 - Controversies in resuscitation

October 08, 2018

Controversies in resuscitation.

What works and what doesn’t work during resuscitation?

Controversial topics will include hands-only CPR, adrenaline, advanced airways, and temperature management.

There will be plenty of networking and social opportunities and you can join one or more skills workshops, or see how teams perform at our European CPR Competition?

The ERC congress, Resuscitation 2019, will be held in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.

Resuscitation 2019 promises to deliver a fresh and exciting update on controversies in resuscitation science, guidelines and practice.

As an interdisciplinary council, the European Resuscitation Council is the perfect organisation to organise a comprehensive chapter within emergency medicine.

Come and hear about the hottest controversies in resuscitation science, education and implementation, and gain an insight into how these controversies may be resolved.

At the same time, why not try your hand at one or more of the advanced skill workshops, or see how teams perform at our International CPR Competition? Seize the opportunity to network with international experts and present your research to key opinion leaders.

Resuscitation 2019 promises to deliver an exciting update on all aspects of resuscitation science, guidelines and practice.


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Post Cardiac Arrest Care Symposium in Lund (May 23-24)

Post Cardiac Arrest Care Symposium in Lund (May 23-24)

May 23, 2019

WELCOME TO LUND!

Welcome to the fourth international symposium on post cardiac arrest care focusing on neuroprognostication, cognitive follow-up, health-related quality-of-life and rehabilitation after cardiac arrest.

The symposium will be a two-day event, with an update on neuroprognostication on day one, and presentation of novel follow-up and rehabilitation data on day two.

A separate course on simplified continuous EEG (aEEG) will be held the day before.

The target audience is all professionals engaged in the care and
follow-up of cardiac arrest survivors and their relatives! We thus welcome registered nurses and physicians within relevant specialties like critical care medicine, cardiology, neurology and rehabilitation medicine as well as occupational therapists, physiotherapists and psychologists.

Very welcome to Lund in 2019!

Tobias Cronberg, Hans Friberg, Gisela Lilja
Center for Cardiac Arrest, Lund University
Skåne University Hospital, Sweden

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