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Trial participation enquiries

The PARAMEDIC2 trial is looking into whether adrenaline is a safe and effective treatment for cardiac arrest.

A cardiac arrest is different to a heart attack.

  • A heart attack happens when the blood supply to the heart becomes blocked and the heart can get
    damaged, but the person will probably be conscious. A person experiencing a heart attack has a high risk of having a cardiac arrest.
  • When a person has a cardiac arrest, the heart stops beating and the person will suddenly collapse and stop breathing.

Further information on the difference between heart attack and cardiac arrest can be found here:

This form can be used if you have an enquiry about whether a relative/next of kin who had a cardiac arrest was involved in the PARAMEDIC2 trial.
Please note that you will be contacted by letter from the relevant ambulance service with a response to your enquiry. You should receive a reply from the ambulance service within 5 working days.


Details of the person who suffered the cardiac arrest
Address that the ambulance service attended for the cardiac arrest (required)

Details of the person making this enquiry
I confirm that I want to know whether the person named above was enrolled into the PARAMEDIC2 trial at the time of their cardiac arrest (required)
I give my consent for you to pass these details to the relevant ambulance service so they can check their clinical records to answer my enquiry. (required)
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Information submitted will only be used by the PARAMEDIC2 trial team to check records relating to your enquiry with the ambulance service and to record receipt of your enquiry.

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