No matter what level of scope, management of medical and traumatic cardiac arrests is the focus of many clinicians. But what happens after return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) is achieved? Many do not appreciate the fact that the likeliness of re-arrest is high. How can we avoid return of spontaneous arrest by appropriately treating the patient during the peri-arrest phase and subsequently improving quality of life? Tune in to another nugget-filled podcast episode where the team discusses everything from etiology identification to treatment methods beyond the scope of PALS and ACLS.