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Journal Resuscitatio Balcanica
2019, vol. 5, br. 14, str. 198-205
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: originalan članak
objavljeno: 21/02/2020
doi: 10.5937/JRB1914198B
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Introducing the Crimean out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and resuscitation registry (COHCARR): Rationale, design and 6-month baseline data
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)
aV. I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University, Medical Academy named after S. I. Georgievsky, Simferopol, Russian Federation
bCrimean Republican Center for Disaster Medicine and Emergency Medical Services, Simferopol, Russian Federation

e-adresa: birkunalexei@gmail.com

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Uvod: Postoji potreba za uspostavljanjem registara za vanbolnički srčani zastoj (OHCA) u zemljama bivšeg Sovjetskog Saveza. Ovaj članak ima za cilj pružiti obrazloženje i opisati metodologiju krimskog registra vanbolničkog srčanog zastoja i oživljavanja (COHCARR), te izvijestiti osnovne podatke o epidemiologiji OHCA i hitnoj medicinskoj službi (EMS) u Republici Krim. Metode: COHCARR je zamišljen kao potencijalni populacijski registar svih slučajeva OHCA-e koji su prisustvovali EMS-u sa pokušajima oživljavanja koji se događaju u Republici Krim. Pokrivenost stanovništva je 1,91 miliona (100% stanovnika republike). Osnovna opisna analiza OHCA s pokušajem reanimacije (1. siječnja-30. lipnja 2018.) provedena je po Utstein metodologiji kako bi se dao sažetak problema OHCA u regiji. Rezultati: U tom periodu, EMS je prisustvovalo ukupno 6391 OHCA. S tim je reanimacija pokušana samo u 196 slučajeva (3,1%; srednja dob 65 godina, muškarci 56%, šokantna 16%). Većina (95%) svjedočila je EMS ili prolaznik. Od slučajeva svjedoka koji su prolazili (24%, n = 47), pokušaj reanimacije pokušao je u 19% (n = 9). Povratak spontane cirkulacije (ROSC) postignut je u 6,6% bolesnika, a 5,6% je preživelo prijem u bolnicu. Zaključci: Niske stope pokušaja oživljavanja, ROSC i preživljavanje do prijema u bolnicu nalažu priliku za poboljšanje ishoda OHCA na Krimu. Registar će pomoći ciljanju razumnih isplativih intervencija i procjeni njihove učinkovitosti u regiji. COHCARR može poslužiti kao osnovni model za izradu registra OHCA na drugim postsovjetskim teritorijama.

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