cardiogenic shock

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shock caused by cardiac arrest

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Among the 15 patients enrolled, 11 patients survived; the rest died during hospitalization as a result of severe lung infection and respiratory failure (1 case), LV rupture during device implantation (2 cases), or cardiac shock (1 case).
Three patients had severe complication: one with complete atrioventricular block and cardiac shock, 1 with ventricular fibrillation, and 1 with left ventricular thrombus and arterial thromboembolism who was diagnosed with antiphospholipid syndrome (APS) because of the positive result of lupus anticoagulant.{Table 2}
Run the World (Girls) opened the show, with a beat so powerful it produced cardiac shock waves.
The primary end point was all-cause in-hospital mortality; the second end points were serious cardiovascular complications such as malignant arrhythmia, cardiac shock, heart failure, and reinfarction.
Further, survival rates for sudden cardiac arrest can rise to as high as 90% when immediate electrical cardiac shock is administered.
Interestingly though, none of the other comorbidities, except cardiac shock, were associated with access to better surgeons and patients in cardiac shock were actually more likely to be treated by lower quality surgeons with a higher RAMR (p = .030).
The infants with cardiac diseases were as follows: 2 with valvular heart disease (tricuspid valve stenosis, n = 1; pulmonary valve stenosis, n = 1); 17 with congenital heart diseases (complex congenital heart diseases, n = 11; atrial septal defects, n = 3, ventricular septal defects, n = 3); 2 with dilated cardiomyopathy; 1 with acute pericarditis; and 1 with cardiac shock with papillary muscle rupture.