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2015, vol. 1, iss. 1, pp. 5-8
The program of monitoring the occurrence of cardiac arrest EURECA ONE - Serbia 2014
aResuscitacioni savet Srbije, Novi Sad
bZavod za hitnu medicinsku pomoć, Kragujevac
cDom zdravlja, Bačka Palanka
dDom zdravlja, Subotica
Introduction: EURECA program is an international program. Resuscitation Council of Serbia program EURECA joined in 2013. Implementation of a prospective observational clinical trial EURECA ONE 2014 - Clinical Trials ID: NCT02236819 organized the 2014. The goal: EURECA program in Serbia aims Adoption of the data collection methodology to Utstajn protocol. The goal is to collect good quality epidemiological data on sudden cardiac arrest, the methodology applied in other European countries. The creation of the National Registry of cardiac arrest in Serbia should enable the exchange of information with EURECA registers other European countries. METHOD: A prospective study of data collection through the questionnaire watch out hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) in October 2014 with the monitoring of survival in a one-month period. The study includes all patients who were found dead by emergency medical services (EMS). Results: Data were collected on 516 OHCA in the area that includes 11,462 / 77.474km2 or 14.74% of the total area of Serbia, which retains a 2648687/7186862 or 36.85% of all citizens of Serbia. In our sample of 83.71% of the population lives in the city and only 16:29%. Population density area covered by the sample is 225 inhabitants per km2 and population density in Serbia on average is 93 inhabitants per km2. CONCLUSION Program Eureka One Serbia in 2014 will strongly contribute to the adoption of the methodology of data collection by the internationally accepted standards. The program enables the exchange of data collected with other national registries. Characteristics of the sample indicate that the data is collected in urban areas while the emergence of OHCA in the countryside and its disposal is not enough illuminated. The above mentioned limits the reliability of the data collected under the Clinical Trials ID: NCT02236819 - Eureca ONE 2014.
Fišer, Z., Jakšić-Horvat, K., Vlajović, S., Milić, S., Lazić, A., Raffay, V. (2015) EuReCa One 2014. Serbia. Medicina danas, vol. 14, br. 7-9, str. 95-102
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article language: Serbian
document type: unclassified
DOI: 10.5937/JRB1501005F
published in SCIndeks: 25/08/2017

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