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Oral presentations

Time for presentationNameTitle
2022-10-20Renaud Tissier, France
Lung-cOnservation liquid VEntilation for the induction of ultRa-fast COOLing after cardiac arrest: the OVERCOOL study design

2022-10-20Isabelle Arctaedius, Sweden
2021 ERC/ESCIM algorithm for prognostication of poor neurological outcome after cardiac arrest – can entry criteria be broadened?

Rupert Simpson, UK
Early Waking in Comatose Survivors of Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest – MIRACLE2 score as a stratification tool

Marjolein Admiraal, Netherlands
Reliable prediction of poor outcome in postanoxic coma using EEG in a four-channel frontotemporal montage

Ingvild B. M. Tjelmeland, Norway
Self-reported health-related quality of life for patients surviving an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest – first results from the Norwegian Cardiac Arrest Registry

Stefan Aregger Lundh, Sweden
Life satisfaction in persons surviving cardiac arrest: a nationwide registry study

Marco Mion, UK
Developing and delivering a “virtual” psychoeducational, post-discharge intervention for OHCA survivors and their families: protocol and patient involvement in the design of the V-CARE (Virtual Care After REsuscitation) study

Amáta Vig, Sweden
Self-reported executive difficulties in daily life among individuals with a previous cardiac event: A study using the Dysexecutive Questionnaire (DEX)


Poster numberNameTitle
Christian Endisch, Germany
Survival but not severity of hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy is associated with  higher mean arterial blood pressure after cardiac arrest

2Patrik Hellström, Sweden
Is screening for insomnia of importance during post-cardiac arrest care?

3Constanze Czimmeck, Germany
Prevalence and Impact of Hemolysis on Neuron-Specific Enolase and Outcome Prediction after Cardiac Arrest

The authors have chosen not to publish the abstract

4Monique Debsie-Smith, UK
Occupational Therapist-led assessment of functional ability, cognition, mood, fatigue and quality of life in out of hospital cardiac arrest survivors

5Rupert Simpson, UK
Transforming pathways of conveyance for of Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest patients with sustained return of spontaneous circulation in the United Kingdom

6Rupert Simpson, UK
A new model for Nurse Lead Neuro-prognostication services in Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) in a UK tertiary cardiac centre.

7Marco Mion, UK
Psychosocial and cognitive outcomes in female and male out-of-hospital cardiac arrest survivors: a 6-month follow-up study

8Paul Swindell, UK
Is CPR bad for your health?

9Olof Persson, Sweden
Hypothermia After Cardiac Arrest in Large Animals trial (HACA-LA)

10Gabriele Lileikyte, Sweden
Proteomics and cardiac arrest – targeted temperature and neurologic outcome

The authors have chosen not to publish the abstract

11Simon Schmidbauer, Sweden

The authors have chosen not to publish the abstract

12Mattias Bohm, SwedenSelf-reported health status amongst out-of-hospital cardiac arrest survivors

13Katarina Heimburg, Sweden
Assessment of physical activity in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest survivors: A sub-study of the Targeted hypothermia versus targeted normothermia after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (TTM2) trial.

14Helena Levin, Sweden
Plasma neurofilament light as a predictor of outcome after cardiac arrest

The authors have chosen not to publish the abstract

15Margareta Lang, Sweden
Prognostic accuracy of head computed tomography for prediction of functional outcome after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest -Rationale and design of the prospective TTM2-CT-substudy