15441 - Defibrillator Location and Cardiac Arrests in under 45s
- Response:The data that you hold on the number of under 45 year olds that have cardiac arrests (category 1 / red 1 and Category 2 / red 2) within the East of England Ambulance Service area for the last 3 years.The figures below are for the number of incidents where a response physically attended the scene to a cardiac arrest call to a patient under 45 years old:It is import to note also, that all calls are categorised based on information provided by the caller rather than any clinical diagnosis once Trust staff arrive on scene, this also includes information regarding the age of the patient.
Calendar Year R1 R2 Grand Total 2015 1440 48 1488 2016 1393 74 1467 2017* 1147 43 1190 Grand Total 3980 165 4145
*2017 covers data from months January to the 18th October, the Trust then moved across to the Ambulance Response Programme
Post ARP -
Calendar Year C1 C2 Grand Total 2017* 239 3 242 Grand Total 239 3 242
*Covers data from the 19th Oct to 31st Dec 2017
Also please note those calls coded as R2 and C2 were coded this first as the patient was not in a cardiac arrest when the call was coded and a resource had already stopped the clock. For example an unconscious patient, fitting or chest pains would be coded initially as a R2/C2 call but then the patient then deteriorated into a cardiac arrest.
- Area:Trust wide
- Emergency Operations