Welcome to DutchResus!DutchResus is a blog on resuscitation by Hans van Schuppen MD, an anesthesiologist from the Netherlands passionate about resuscitation. I hope to provide you with interesting info on resuscitation, emergency anesthesia, airway management, prehospital care, crisis resource management and all kinds of other interesting things I come across. For the past years, I have been learning through social media (#FOAMed) and with this blog I hope to give something in return, hoping that you will provide cutting edge critical care to patients in need. Cheers, Hans
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Tag Archives: Prehospital Care
Optimizing airway management and ventilation during prehospital advanced life support in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: A narrative review.
Best Pract Res Clin Anaesthesiol. 2021 May;35(1):67-82. van Schuppen H, Boomars R, Kooij FO, den Tex P, Koster RW, Hollmann MW. Abstract Airway management and ventilation are essential components of cardiopulmonary resuscitation to achieve oxygen delivery in order to prevent … Continue reading
Learning about stress from building, drilling and flying: a scoping review on team performance and stress in non-medical fields.
Scand J Trauma Resusc Emerg Med. 2021 Mar 25;29(1):52. Dijkstra FS, Renden PG, Meeter M, Schoonmade LJ, Krage R, van Schuppen H, dela Croix A. Abstract Background: Teamwork is essential in healthcare, but team performance tends to deteriorate in stressful situations. … Continue reading
I was invited to give a talk on ‘The Prehospital Physician Controversy’ at Notfallmedizin 2018. This is the biannual congress on emergency medicine of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Notfallmedizin (AGN). This year it was held on April 6-7 in Graz, Austria. It was … Continue reading
The Falck Foundation is an organization which promotes research in prehospital care. They organize courses, give abstract awards and research grants. I had the privilege to follow one of their courses on prehospital research and found it very helpful. Fortunately, … Continue reading
When resuscitating critical patients, we sometimes take patients from their homes, through the Emergency Department, CT scan, cath lab and ICU within a few hours. Therefore you can imagine that critical patients do not care about domains of different … Continue reading
Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd. 2017;161(0):D1174. Koers L, van Schuppen JL, Viersen VA, Kooij FO, Goslings JC, Hollmann MW. Recent literature shows increased survival for patients with traumatic cardiac arrest. An early and aggressive approach to underlying causes and good integrated trauma … Continue reading
Over the last years, Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) are increasingly used in the case of an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA). In the Netherlands, an AED is placed before arrival of an ambulance in 60% of the OHCA’s. This means that … Continue reading
A woman of 79 collapses and goes into cardiac arrest in the presence of Dutch police officers. They start CPR and the woman survives. Heartwarming to see them meet later when she recovered, having coffee together.
This document aims to integrate current management recommendations and to describe the whole clinical pathway for patients with OHCA; A National Framework to improve care of people with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) in England.
Understanding the prehospital physician controversy. Step 2: analysis of on-scene treatment by ambulance nurses and helicopter emergency medical service physicians.
Eur J Emerg Med. 2015 Dec;22(6):384-90. van Schuppen H, Bierens J. Abstract OBJECTIVE: In our previous study, we identified the similarities and differences in competencies of ambulance nurses and helicopter emergency medical service (HEMS) physicians in the Netherlands. This ensuing … Continue reading