Systematic-Prevention-and-Resuscitation-of-In-hospital-Cardiac-Arrest
Systematic Prevention and Resuscitation of In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest

Optimal Resuscitation often occurs in emergency medicine, trauma surgery, and intensive care medicine when a healthcare professional is able to intervene in a way that corrects breathing or a declining heartbeat; in doing so, the patient is revived or taken away from the pathway to death.

Executive Summary Checklist

One-third of inpatient deaths may be preventable by improving systems for earlier detection and resuscitation for patients who suffer deterioration. Several of those systems are highlighted in this APSS. Checklist for a comprehensive system for prevention and response to in-hospital cardiac arrest Convene an institutional multi-disciplinary steering taskforce consisting of physicians,

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