Cardiac Arrest Awareness and Long-Term Quality of Life: a Mixed Methods Study of the Experiences and Psychological Consequences of Adult Cardiac Arrest.

Brief description of study

The purpose of this research study is to better understand memories or experiences during cardiac arrest, the long-term psychological effects and quality of life of cardiac arrest survivors. Some people describe memories or thought processes during periods of unconsciousness, like cardiac arrest, and very little is known about these experiences. In addition, following cardiac arrest, people may also report changes in their quality of life and psychological wellbeing.


Clinical Study Identifier: s19-00966
Principal Investigator: Sam Parnia.


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