Cardiac Arrest Procedures: Time to Intervene? (2012)
This NCEPOD report highlights the process of care for patients aged 16 and over, who received cardiopulmonary resuscitation in an in-hospital setting. The report takes a critical look at areas where the care of patients might have been improved, and factors which may have affected the decision to initiate a resuscitation attempt. Remediable factors have also been identified in the clinical and the organisational care of these patients.
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Dr Hannah Shotton, Clincal Researcher, NCEPOD
Dr George Findlay, Lead Clinicial Co-ordinator, NCEPOD
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Time to Intervene? - Review of the NCEPOD report (3.5Mb)
Professor Gavin Perkins, Professor of Critical Care Medicine, University of Warwick
Chairman ALS Subcommittee, Resuscitation Council (UK)
Time to Intervene? - Review of the NCEPOD report (311Kb)
Dr Mark Temple, Consultant Physician and Nephrologist, Heart of
England Foundation Trust
Acute Care Fellow, Royal College of Physicians London
responding to deterioration - Simple, yet surprisingly complex (2Mb)
Professor Gary Smith, Visiting Professor at the Centre of Postgraduate Medical
Research & Education, The School of Health & Social Care
Still failing to rescue - what more can we do to keep patients safer?
Mrs Kate Beaumont, Nurse Director The Learning Clinic, Director, QGI and former
Head of Patient Safety (Deterioration) NPSA
Care of cardiac and non-cardiac
patients - Review of the NCEPOD report
Dr Niall Herity, Consultant Cardiologist and Clinical Director of Cardiology,
Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
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||Organsiational Data Comparisons
Organisational data provided by all hospitals that completed this section of the study has been analysed and categorised by the type of hospital as indicated by each hospital in the organisational questionnaire.
Self assessment checklist for trusts (81Kb)
This tool allows Trusts to check their progress in adopting NCEPOD's recommendations following the 2012 report 'Time to Intervene?'. This tool is for your use, and information generated should be shared within your trust. We do not require the completed forms to be returned to NCEPOD.
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