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Save A Life for Scotland Campaign Report

Posted by Emma Moatt | 3 Feb 2020

Save A Life for Scotland Campaign Report

This is the 4th report detailing outcomes after Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) in Scotland and includes data from 1st April 2018 to 31st March 2019.

RRG is one of many organisations all over the world aiming to reduce the loss of life after sudden cardiac arrest in our communities and recognise with the international community that the key to success is optimising the whole system of care – this requires partnership. .

This document contains positive findings indicating that we are making progress. For the first time we have measured overall survival after OHCA at over 10%.

A fantastic achievement made by all!

To read the full report click here

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Save A Life for Scotland Campaign Report

Save A Life for Scotland Campaign Report

3 Feb 2020 | Emma Moatt

This is the 4th report detailing outcomes after Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) in Scotland and includes data from 1st April 2018 to 31st March 2019. RRG is one of many organisations all over the world aiming to reduce the loss of life after sudden cardiac arrest in our communities and recognise with the international community that the key to success is optimising the whole system of care - this requires partnership. This document contains positive findings indicating that we are making progress. For the first time we have measured overall survival after OHCA at over 10%.

Read more