Post-SCA Cognitive problems leaflet published

We’re proud to announce the publishing of our latest leaflet developed in conjunction with Dr Tom Keeble, Dr Marco Mion and Dr Michael Smith – Cognitive problems post-SCA.

Many SCA survivors sustain some degree of brain injury during their event and whilst the resulting sequelae are often described as “mild”, they can be troubling and frustrating at least.

With this leaflet, we look at some of the common issues and provide some answers and reassurance on what to expect.

This is one of a collection of resources developed for us and are available on our publications page.

You can flick through the pdf below or download it here.


2 thoughts on “Post-SCA Cognitive problems leaflet published”

    • We’re sorry to hear that James. Anxiety and depression are not uncommon in cardiac arrest survivors and we would suggest that you discuss this with your GP and/or cardiologist.


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