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Comparaison des registres français d’arrêt cardiaque extra hospitalier

Abstract : Background : In France there are three registries on OHCA (out of hospital cardiac arrest) that follow the Utstein model for data collection but their frameworks are different. Question : Following the update of the Utstein resuscitation registry templates in 2015, how could we unify and optimize the frameworks of these French registries ? Methods : Comparing the three French OHCA registries setups using the North American model, using the following eight themes : perimeter of action, method of data collection, method of data management, quality criteria implemented, information sharing, legislation, resources and finally the collection of the core variables according to the ILCOR in 2015. Results : The three registries collect from 79% to 95% of the ILCOR 2015 core variables. However, they have a different target-population and inclusion criteria. Prehospital data collection and data management are organized differently and the three registries do not have automated timestamps. They have completeness rates that are either unknown or that range from 87% to 99%. Conclusion : Today these three registries seem impossible to unify because of different frameworks, selection criteria and objectives. It is essential to have quality data for clinical research and public health measures and therefore highly desirable to optimize their logistics.
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Alexandre Armaingaud. Comparaison des registres français d’arrêt cardiaque extra hospitalier. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02141304⟩