AHA Resuscitation Science Symposium (ReSS) and Scientific Sessions 2017

Scientific Assembly Presentations
An education grant from ZOLL helps underwrite the AHA Resuscitation Science Symposium (ReSS), an international forum for scientists and care providers to discuss recent advances related to treating cardiopulmonary arrest and life-threatening traumatic injury. Nineteen scientific presentations related to ZOLL products and technology are scheduled to be presented during ReSS.

Presentation Author  Title Time   Location 

Saturday, November 11 
Poster 158 Joshua Gaither Comparison of Manual vs. Mechanical Chest Compression Quality during Prehospital Resuscitation 

1:15–1:25 p.m. 155–159 ACC North
Poster 163 Raul J. Gazmuri Defibrillation Guided by Real-Time Ventricular Fibrillation Amplitude Spectral Area Analysis Out Performs Guidelines-Driven Defibrillation during CPR in Swine 

1:15–1:25 p.m. 155–159 ACC North
Poster 145 Joshua Lampe Understanding the Effect of Time on Chest Compression Generated Blood Flow 

1:15–1:25 p.m. 155–159 ACC North
Poster 146 Joshua Lampe Carotid Blood Flow is Dependent on Rate and Duty Cycle during CPR 

1:25–1:35 p.m. 155–159 ACC North
Poster 165 Giuseppe Ristagno Amplitude Spectrum Area Changes during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation after Different Durations of Untreated Cardiac Arrest in a Porcine Model of Ventricular Fibrillation with a Concurrent Acute Myocardial Infarction 

1:35–1:45 p.m. 155–159 ACC North
Poster R108 Guillaume
Impact of the Impedance Threshold Device during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in Head Up Position 

1:35–1:45 p.m. 155–159 ACC North
Poster R155 Tiffany Hoyne The Impact of Real Time Chest Compression Feedback Increases with Application of the 2015 Guidelines 

1:45–1:55 p.m. 155–159 ACC North
Poster R130 Victor A. Convertino Use of Intrathoracic Pressure Regulation Therapy in Breathing Patients for the Treatment of Hypotension Secondary to Trauma 

1:55–2:05 p.m. 155–159 ACC North
Poster R149 Guillaume
Defining the End of the Circulatory Phase in Humans Undergoing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 

1:55–2:05 p.m. 155–159 ACC North
Oral 07 Estaban
Lopez de Sa
One Year Results of the Finding the Optimal Cooling Temperature after Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Trial. FROST-I Pilot Trial 

4:30–5:30 p.m. 154–158 ACC North
Sunday, November 12 
Poster 208 Dana E. Niles Landscape of In-Hospital CPR Quality Metrics Across an International Pediatric Resuscitation Collaborative 

8:10–8:20 a.m. 155–159 ACC North
Poster 209 Elena Insley Characteristics of CPR Performance Metrics Early Versus Late in Pediatric In-Hospital Resuscitations 

8:20–8:30 a.m. 155–159 ACC North
Poster 191 Norman Paradis Development of a Hypoxic Asphyxia Model of Pseudo-pulseless Electrical Activity in Swine 

8:20–8:30 a.m.. 155–159 ACC North
Poster 210 Todd Sweberg Analysis of the Process and Content of Hot Debriefing after Pediatric In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in a Multicenter Quality Collaborative 

8:30–8:40 a.m. 155–159 ACC North
Poster 192 Norman Paradis Relationships between Right Atrial and Aortic Pressures and Jugular and Carotid Flows in a Swine Model of Asphyxial Pseudo-pulseless Electrical Activity 

8:30–8:40 a.m. 155–159 ACC North
Poster 211 Jordan Duval-Arnould Characteristics of Chest Compressions Immediately Before and After Interruptions during Pediatric In-Hospital CPR 

8:40–8:50 a.m. 155–159 ACC North
Oral 9 Johanna C. 
Head and Thorax Elevation during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Improves Cerebral Perfusion in a Swine Model of Prolonged Cardiac Arrest 

10:45–11:00 a.m. 151 ACC North
Monday, November 13  
Poster M3273 Tsuyoshi
Ambulatory Recordings of Cardiac Acoustic Biomarkers Demonstrate Early Recovery of Diastolic Function 

12:45–2:00 p.m. Clinical Section, Science and Technology Hall 
Poster 337 Sholeen Nett Variability in Pediatric Cardiac Arrest Management across Sites in a Multicenter Pediatric Resuscitation Collaborative 

8:30–8:40 a.m. 155–159 ACC North