A set of tools
The ACCA Clinical Decision-Making Toolkit will be a multidimensional set of instruments available through different platforms (application for smartphones/tablets, web-based documents, printed materials…).
Toolkit abridged version: Algorithms in main acute CV syndromes
Aimed to facilitate implementation of ESC guidelines, this "easy to use" booklet is authored by many European Expert & Key Opinion Leaders in the field of acute cardiovascular care.
Get your Acute Cardiovascular Care Association - Clinical Decision-Making TOOLKIT - Algorithms booklet at Acute Cardiac Care 2013 (Madrid, October 12-14, 2013).
Data collection on "unmet needs in ACC in countries"
This toolkit must meet your needs, so we are calling on your experience to identify unmet needs and reduce inequities and variations in acute cardiovascular quality care across Europe.
Watch the webinar on unmet needs in acute coronary syndroms
Please watch videos and tell us how ACS management is organised in your country by completing our survey.
Collaboration among countries is crucial to harmonise acute cardiovascular care and reach best patient outcome.
Thanks to its interactive format and large space for discussion this second summit has been a real opportunity to exchange with national experts, from 32 countries; and learn from each other.
Access to agenda and webcast resources
Scientific Articles published in EHJ
"Unmet needs in acute cardiovascular care" :A concern for all, it is a priority for the Acute Cardiovascular Care Association of the ESC - Cardiopulse EHJ (2013) issue 34-28 page 2112 -2113
Unmet needs inmedical therapy for acute coronary syndromes - Cardiopulse EHJ (2013) issue 34-31
Unmet needs in invasive coronary therapies and revascularization for Acute Coronary Syndromes - Cardiopulse EHJ (2013) issue 34-33
Unmet needs in pre-hospital care of acute cardiovascular disease and organization of intensive cardiac care and coronary care units - Cardiopulse EHJ (2013) issue 34-35
The ACCA Clinical Decision-Making Toolkit is supported by an unrestricted educational grants from