The ARC release statement on therapeutic hypothermia
The ARC recommends the use of Therapeutic Hypothermia
The Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) recommends the use of Therapeutic Hypothermia as part of a care bundle in the post arrest management of unconscious patients following cardiac arrest.
It is recommended that such patients are cooled to between 32° and 34°C for a period of 12 to 24 hours. This recommendation is consistent with international guidelines and was based on the findings of published literature
including two randomised trials.
Full statement is available here.
Aus-ROCs EXACT trial award!
We are delighted to hear that EXACT has been awarded Paper of the Year in Trauma and Emergency Medicine at the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine Conference in 2023.