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ECSI Guidance on Guidelines: Welcome

by  Emergency Care & Safety Institute     Jul 30, 2020
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ECSI's "Guidance on Guidelines" series will provide updates on the latest medical recommendations, the 2021 transition process, and more.

Plus, you can sign up today to be the first to know about new ECSI training materials!

Our ECSI team of authors and subject matter experts are working on a new line of training materials that will begin to be released early in 2021 to cover the latest medical recommendations outlined in the 2020 International Consensus Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiac Care (ECC) guidelines. Resuscitation scientists and experts worldwide work together to provide these recommendations to continuously improve cardiac resuscitation efforts and ultimately save more lives.

We are recording a video series about the science and our plans to cover the latest recommendations. Check-out the first video here:



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ECSI Guidance on Guidelines: Welcome

by  Emergency Care & Safety Institute     Jul 30, 2020
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ECSI's "Guidance on Guidelines" series will provide updates on the latest medical recommendations, the 2021 transition process, and more.

Plus, you can sign up today to be the first to know about new ECSI training materials!

Our ECSI team of authors and subject matter experts are working on a new line of training materials that will begin to be released early in 2021 to cover the latest medical recommendations outlined in the 2020 International Consensus Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiac Care (ECC) guidelines. Resuscitation scientists and experts worldwide work together to provide these recommendations to continuously improve cardiac resuscitation efforts and ultimately save more lives.

We are recording a video series about the science and our plans to cover the latest recommendations. Check-out the first video here:



Be the first to know about new ECSI training materials! Sign up today:

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