Research Studies

Early neurologically-focused follow-up after cardiac arrest improves quality of life at one year: A randomised controlled trial2015Moulert
Feeling understood for the first time: experiences of participation in rehabilitation after out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrestMay 2021Wagner
Neuropsychological care after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest – the CARE clinic modelMar 2019Keeble
The second year of a second chance: Long-term psychosocial outcomes of cardiac arrest survivors and their familyJun 2021Case
Solving fatigue-related problems with cardiac arrest survivors living in the communityJul 2017Kim
European Resuscitation Council Guidelines 2021:
Epidemiology of cardiac arrest in Europe
May 2021ERC
European Resuscitation Council and European
Society of Intensive Care Medicine Guidelines 2021:
Post-resuscitation care
May 2021ERC
How does the length of cardiopulmonary resuscitation affect brain damage in patients surviving cardiac arrest? A systematic reviewSep 2018Welbourn
Long-term effects of brief hypoxia due to cardiac arrest: Hippocampal reductions and memory deficitsFeb 2018Stemenova
Sudden Cardiac Arrest Survivorship: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart AssociationJan 2020Sawyer
Hippocampal neurons respond to brain activity with functional hypoxiaFeb 2021Butt
Memory Impairment in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Survivors Is Associated With Global Reduction in Brain Volume, Not Focal Hippocampal InjuryJul 2000Grubb
Psychological wellbeing in survivors of cardiac arrest, and its relationship to neurocognitive functionFeb 2017Davies
The economic impact of sudden cardiac arrestApr 2021Paratz
Cardiac arrest and sudden cardiac death registries: a systematic review of global coverageJan 2020Paratz
Driving following defibrillator implantation: a nationwide registerMay 2021Bjerre