Support, Training, and Guidance for Local Teams
A good cryoprotection needs speed and skill. Speed to start cooling as soon as possible after circulatory arrest (and legally speaking after pronouncement) and skill to perform a high-quality cryoprotection. Unfortunately, member numbers even for the largest organizations are not large enough yet to allow for multiple professional teams that can be at the patients site without significant delay.
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For now, a combination of local teams to allow for fast initial cooling combined with centrally positioned professional teams is the best solution. In most cases those local team are part-time and volunteer organizations. To support them as best as possible, we’re organizing trainings, offer hands-on support and advice and developing extensive digital support tools to allow good standby even in remote locations.