SCA Acquired Brain injury, a call for evidence

Since your cardiac arrest, have you ever experienced any of the following? Changes in thinking skills (memory, concentration) Insight (being aware of difficulties) Disorientation Personality changes Communication difficulties Drowsiness/reduced level of consciousness Balance impairments Physical weakness Difficulties swallowing Low mood I’d hazard a guess that you have, as these are very common issues post-SCA. Acquired … Read more

Post-SCA Mental health well-being 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 – Mental health well-being post-SCA. Whatever the cause, a cardiac arrest is a serious and quite common medical emergency. Currently, the UK survival rate is quite low, around 8%, but for … Read more