Apart from pure cardiac arrest resuscitation questions, this category ended up with all the undifferentiated shock "how would you manage this" questions, as well as all the questions about hypothermia
Printable list of all cardiac arrest and resuscitation SAQs
Cardiogenic shock: complications of angiography
Radiological findings in hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy
Donation after circulatory determination of death
Cardiac arrest following cardiac surgery
Extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Therapeutic hypothermia for survivors of cardiac arrest
Prognostication after cardiac arrest
Care for the brain-dead organ donor
Role of post-resuscitative coronary angiography
Cardiac arrest in "special circumstances": CALS, hypothermia and pregnancy
Cardiac arrest in the pregnant patient
Polymorphic VT - recognition and management
Causes of cardiac arrest: potentially, an air embolism
Severe hypothermia and management of hypothermic cardiac arrest
Causes of shock: cardiogenic shock following myocardial infarction
Clinical brain death testing
Radiological diagnosis of brain death- when clinical diagnosis is impossible
The value of post-arrest angiography
ECG interpretation - polymorphic VT
Prognostication following cardiac arrest - factors which confound it
Cardiac arrest post cardiac surgery: differences in management
ECG criteria for distinguishing VT from SVT
Cardiac tamponade and blind pericardiocentesis
Approach to the patient with undifferentiated shock
Brain death: pre-conditions, clinical testing and radiological testing.
Cardiac arrest in pregnancy: especially, peri-mortem Caesarian
Cardiac tamponade: with a focus on pulsus paradoxus
Features which influence prognosis following cardiac arrest
Therapeutic hypothermia in cardiac arrest, brain injury and other "extended indications"
The utility of somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEPs) in post-arrest prognostication
What are the different causes of shock (in this pancreatitis patient)?
Factors which influence prognosis following cardiac arrest
Clinical testing for brain death: technical issues, eg. which cranial nerves, etc
Care of the brain-dead organ donor.
Supportive management of the cardiac arrest survivor
Pulseless electrical activity, cardiac tamponade and pericardiocentesis technique.
Prognostication following cardiac arrest: the utility of various parameters.
Approach to the undifferentiated shock patient
Radiological diagnosis of brain death.
Clinical testing for brain death: preconditions for clinical testing
Causes of pulseless electrical activity arrest.
Approach to cardiac arrest and peri-arrest scenarios: investigations
Approach to cardiac arrest and peri-arrest scenarios: causes of cardiac arrest
Conventional CPR vs. compression-only CPR.
Clinical testing for brain death: gas exchange during apnoea testing.
Preconditions to brain death testing; also radiological diagnosis of brain death.
Differential causes of shock, lightly garnished with a history of burns.
Clinical testing for brain death: preconditions for the diagnosis of brain death
Prognostication following cardiac arrest: "useful information" in determining prognosis.
Clinical testing for brain death observations which are incompatible with brain death.
Radiological diagnosis of brain death
The evidence base for current advanced life support practice
Extended indications for therapeutic hypothermia - not limited to cardiac arrest.
Management of acute anaphylaxis and acute angioedema
Clinical testing for brain death: ineligibility for clinical testing
Ventricular fibrillation: causes, and principles of management
Antiarrhythmic drugs in resuscitation of cardiac arrest.
Causes of PEA arrest, and their management.
Ventricular fibrillation (causes and management thereof)
Approach to cardiac arrest and peri-arrest scenarios
Mild therapeutic hypothermia for survivors of cardiac arrest
Leadership in a cardiac arrest.
Management of ventricular tachycardia
Management of PEA arrest: the non-shockable algorithm.
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