The Post Cardiac Arrest Service (PCAS) is a multidisciplinary group dedicated to improving care and outcomes for patients who survive CPR.  A physician is on call to consult on post-cardiac arrest patients at any time during their recovery (minutes to years after CPR). A large number of physicians, nurses, investigators, and other stakeholders provide input from many disciplines on protocols, best practices, and care of these patients. 

The clinical care by PCAS is a platform for multiple investigations and creation of new knowledge.   This work generates many publications.