Pet Cardiac Resuscitation/Post Care Veterinary Service In Port Charlotte, FL
Pet Cardiac Resuscitation/Post Care
Advanced life support must include post-cardiac arrest care. After a cardiac arrest, the first 24 hours are when most people pass away. Although the ideal hospital treatment for patients with ROSC following cardiac arrest is not fully understood, there is growing interest in finding and enhancing procedures that are likely to produce better results. The establishment of system-wide plans for the proactive treatment of these patients will contribute to good post-cardiac arrest care because numerous organ systems are affected after cardiac arrest.
After a cardiac arrest occurs outside of a hospital, the patient should be transported there while receiving a full range of post-cardiac arrest treatments, such as acute coronary therapies, neurological care, goal-directed critical care, and hypothermia.