Medical Professionals

As well as providing information and support to those affected by a an unexpected and sudden cardiac arrest, SCA UK would like to help medical professionals improve their understanding of a patients needs and improve service’s provided.

Printed Resources

Order our free leaflet for distribution in your facility here

Meet Up’s

We have an annual meet up in London and would be happy for interested medical professionals to join us.  Contact us for more information on our next meet up.

We are supported by SADS UK and will be taking part in there “Life After Cardiac Arrest” confererence in London on 18th November 2017 and again interested medical professionals would be more than welcome to attend.

For Dentists

If you work in the dentistry profession you may like to read our page on dental treatment which details a number of the issues that should be considered when dealing with a patient post-cardiac arrest.

For GPs

Many survivors sustain an acquired brain injury whilst in a state of hypoxia and often it goes undiagnosed.  Headway, the brain injury organisation have produced an excellent guide for GP’s which should help the relationship with your patients.  You can download it here.

For all interested in cardiac arrests

The Resuscitation Council (UK) exists to promote high-quality, scientific, resuscitation guidelines that are applicable to everybody, and to contribute to saving life through education, training, research and collaboration.

The Resus Room is a free medical education site where the content centres around care of patients in and around The Resus Room. At its heart it is a podcast based site which can either be accessed by the webpage or via iTunes.

The RAGE Podcast

RAGE is an audio podcast created by a team of emergency physicians, intensivists and retrievalists that brings an irreverent and educational ‘real world’ perspective to current research, core topics and controversies in critical care.

RAGE features panel discussions, interviews with experts, shout outs and insights from #FOAMcc and the wider critical care-iverse, not to mention various quirky segments on medical history, trivia and more.

DutchResus is a blog on resuscitation by Hans van Schuppen MD, an anesthesiologist from the Netherlands passionate about resuscitation. He hopes to provide interesting info on resuscitation, emergency anesthesia, airway management, prehospital care, crisis resource management and all kinds of other interesting things he comes across.


Care After REsuscitation (CARE) Project carried out by Dr Tom Keeble at the Essex CardioThoracic Centre.  This was based on this European study by Véronique Moulaert.

Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Outcomes – Dr Gavin Perkins of Warwick Medical School

Consensus paper on out of hospital cardiac arrests (England) – Resus Council