Patterns of cognitive recovery in sudden cardiac arrest survivors: the pilot study.

@article{Sauv1996PatternsOC,
  title={Patterns of cognitive recovery in sudden cardiac arrest survivors: the pilot study.},
  author={Mary Jane Sauv{\'e} and John R Walker and Stephen M Massa and Roger A Winkle and Melvin Scheinman},
  journal={Heart & lung : the journal of critical care},
  year={1996},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={172-81}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine the prevalence, type, severity, and natural evolution of cognitive impairments in survivors of sudden cardiac arrest over time and to assess the relation of selected clinical and psychologic variables to those outcomes. DESIGN Longitudinal with repeated measures. Twenty-five consecutive patients underwent extensive neuropsychologic testing during hospitalization within 3 weeks of their initial cardiac arrest. Of these, 17 completed additional testing at 6 to 9 weeks, 12… CONTINUE READING

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