cardiac resuscitation

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Related to cardiac resuscitation: heart massage, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
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Synonyms for cardiac resuscitation

an emergency procedure consisting of external cardiac massage and artificial respiration

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Jannotta, "Complications of external cardiac resuscitation: a retrospective review and survey of the literature," The Medical Annals of the District of Columbia, vol.
Predictive indices of successful cardiac resuscitation after prolonged arrest and experimental cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
We need to be honest with elderly loved ones when educating them about the efficacy of CPR and cardiac resuscitation. Above all, we need to consider their values and honor their last wishes.
Anyone who develops abdominal pain following cardiac resuscitation should be suspected of having acute intestinal ischaemia and be investigated as a matter of urgency.
If I win the appeal, the PS70 will go to the cardiac resuscitation charity at the QE."
The company provides emergency services for patients with chest pains and heart attacks, cardiac resuscitation, defibrillation and intubation, respiratory distress, deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, abdominal pain and fevers, lacerations, sprains, bruises, strains and general pain.
Sodhi, Singla, and Shrivastava (2011) similarly found formal training of clinical staff participating in cardiac resuscitation drastically improved return of spontaneous circulation and rates of survival to hospital discharge for patients who experienced cardiac arrest.
* What life-saving treatment, such as a ventilator for breathing, cardiac resuscitation (if your heart stops beating), and tube feeding, you do or do not want to receive, and the length of time you want to receive them
The IOC would have needed cardiac resuscitation at the mere thought.
Paramedics performed cardiac resuscitation on Harutunyan, but the murder victim could not be revived.
In particular, 400 cardiac resuscitation training courses have been held for 7500 trainees from different health sectors.
"Having initiated a dry hunger strike now, including no intake of glucose, will put her at high risk of sudden onset arrythmias loss of consciousness and possibly death especially that she is in a detention center were no cardiac monitor or cardiac resuscitation service is available" said Internal Medicine Specialist Fatima Haji.
The situation was further exacerbated because the x-ray room was not equipped for emergency cardiac resuscitation.
Sections cover medical emergencies such as heart failure, cardiac resuscitation, alcoholism, psychiatric and behavioral disorders, abdominal pain, bleeding disorders, infectious diseases, anaphylaxis, and disorders of oxygenation, ventilation, brain function, cerebral circulation, and glucose metabolism; maternal health and the newborn, including childbirth and resuscitation; pediatrics, including child abuse and neglect; and special patients, such as the elderly, those with disabilities, chronically ill patients, and those involved in intimate partner violence.
Prior to Philips, she held various executive positions at Hewlett-Packard (HP), including general manager of cardiac resuscitation. DiSanzo joined Philips in 2001 and became CEO of healthcare informatics and patient monitoring in June 2008.
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