Where do resuscitation guidelines come from?

Resuscitation science is clear and available to everyone, thanks to the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR). Founded in 1992, ILCOR provides a forum for liaison between principal resuscitation organizations worldwide. ILCOR has a mission to promote, disseminate, and advocate international implementation of evidence-informed resuscitation and first-aid, using transparent evaluation and consensus summary of scientific data.

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Collecting and analyzing resuscitation data

Effective January 2022, The Joint Commission issued new and updated resuscitation standards for hospitals and critical access hospitals. Overall, the revised standards are intended to reduce unnecessary variations in practice and encourage hospitals to adopt a more proactive and responsive approach to resuscitation and post-resuscitation care to maximize patient survival with the best possible neurological outcomes.

Advancing Resuscitation Training with HCA

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