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29th March 2019

BCIS Study Day: Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest

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Event Summary

This course is open to BCIS Members only. For details on joining BCIS visit: www.bcis.org.uk/subscribe

For BCIS Consultant Members this course is free of charge.
For BCIS Trainees and AHP Members, there is a nominal registration fee of £25.00.

Why should you attend:

Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OOHA) patients are a challenging group of patients and despite many advances in their management, long term survival rates are still poor.

To gain the latest knowledge and trial data on the management of your OOHA patients.

To see how efficient  networks ensure the optimal care and best results to your OOHA patients.

What you will learn:

How to best manage your OOHA patients in the pre-hospital, cath lab and post-intervention settings.

To understand which patients benefit from going  immediately to cath lab.

To see how OOHA patients should be managed in the cath lab. To review the latest treatments and interventions to help improve outcomes in this patient population.

Book Now

Event Summary

This course is open to BCIS Members only. For details on joining BCIS visit: www.bcis.org.uk/subscribe

For BCIS Consultant Members this course is free of charge.
For BCIS Trainees and AHP Members, there is a nominal registration fee of £25.00.

Why should you attend:

Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OOHA) patients are a challenging group of patients and despite many advances in their management, long term survival rates are still poor.

To gain the latest knowledge and trial data on the management of your OOHA patients.

To see how efficient  networks ensure the optimal care and best results to your OOHA patients.

What you will learn:

How to best manage your OOHA patients in the pre-hospital, cath lab and post-intervention settings.

To understand which patients benefit from going  immediately to cath lab.

To see how OOHA patients should be managed in the cath lab. To review the latest treatments and interventions to help improve outcomes in this patient population.

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