Wyckoff MH, Greif R, Morley PT, et al. 2022 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science With Treatment Recommendations: Summary From the Basic Life Support; Advanced Life Support; Pediatric Life Support; Neonatal Life Support; Education, Implementation, and Teams; and First Aid Task Forces. Circulation. 2022 Nov 3. doi: 10.1161/CIR.0000000000001095. (Evidence-based guideline)

This is the sixth annual summary of the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science With Treatment Recommendations. This summary addresses the most recently published resuscitation evidence reviewed by International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation Task Force science experts. Topics covered by systematic reviews include cardiopulmonary resuscitation during transport; approach to resuscitation after drowning; passive ventilation; minimizing pauses during cardiopulmonary resuscitation; temperature management after cardiac arrest; use of diagnostic point-of-care ultrasound during cardiac arrest; use of vasopressin and corticosteroids during cardiac arrest; coronary angiography after cardiac arrest; public-access defibrillation devices for children; pediatric early warning systems; maintaining normal temperature immediately after birth; suctioning of amniotic fluid at birth; tactile stimulation for resuscitation immediately after birth; use of continuous positive airway pressure for respiratory distress at term birth; respiratory and heart rate monitoring in the delivery room; supraglottic airway use in neonates; prearrest prediction of in-hospital cardiac arrest mortality; basic life support training for likely rescuers of high-risk populations; effect of resuscitation team training; blended learning for life support training; training and recertification for resuscitation instructors; and recovery position for maintenance of breathing and prevention of cardiac arrest. Members from 6 task forces have assessed, discussed, and debated the quality of the evidence using Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development, and Evaluation criteria and generated consensus treatment recommendations. Insights into the deliberations of the task forces are provided in the Justification and Evidence-to-Decision Framework Highlights sections, and priority knowledge gaps for future research are listed.

Discipline Area Score
Internal Medicine 7 / 7
Pediatric Emergency Medicine 7 / 7
Emergency Medicine 6 / 7
Cardiology 6 / 7
Comments from MORE raters

Emergency Medicine rater

This is a lengthy article with few changes from the previous recommendations. I would prefer to read a bullet point summary.

Emergency Medicine rater

The paucity of evidence regarding different management strategies during resuscitation is astonishing. This manuscript offers a lot of recommendations based on low- to very low-certainty evidence. Most of the recommendations could be ignored because of the low-quality evidence.

Pediatric Emergency Medicine rater

This manuscript provided treatment recommendations based on current science. These updated recommendations will improve care of children who required resuscitation. High-quality CPR improves the outcome. This also identified several gaps in the knowledge. Further justification and evidence provided in the decision-making.
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