pulseless


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Synonyms for pulseless

appearing dead

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As his electrocardiogram (Figure 1b) revealed ventricular fibrillation during resuscitation, electrical defibrillation was conducted, but his electrocardiogram showed pulseless electrical activity.
Dynamic effects of adrenaline (epinephrine) in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest with initial pulseless electrical activity (PEA).
If the patient remains pulseless, the focus is on effective CPR with rewarming, following advanced cardiovascular life-support guidelines.
Ventricular Fibrillation (VF) is one type of rhythm characterized by the disordered activation of ventricles, and it causes abrupt stop of blood circulation and degenerates further into a pulseless or flat ECG signal indicating no cardiac electrical activity.
Thirty-six percent of fentanyl deaths had evidence of an overdose occurring within seconds to minutes after drug use, and 90% of fentanyl overdose decedents were pulseless upon emergency medical services arrival (Table).
hand she had cyanosis, cold and pulseless peripheries.
Having multiple, hydraulically balanced diaphragms in a single pump head, the Hydra-Cell pumps produce a smooth pulseless flow without the need for pulsation dampeners.
Consultant cardiologist Dr Ronan Curtin said the wall-mounted cardiac device was of no assistance to Mr Holland because he suffered a pulseless electrical activity cardiac arrest.
The second patient sustained a gunshot wound to the distal thigh with a distal femur fracture and a pulseless, cold foot with altered sensation (ischaemic limb).
At around 4am on September 17, the patient was transferred to the Cardiac Care Unit, where he was in critical condition caused by severe shock and pulseless ventricular tachycardia.
If the patient is in ventricular fibrillation or pulseless ventricular tachycardia, they are electrically shocked at 200 joules.
However, last year one of the track coaches was running with a friend at dawn on a rural road when his friend dropped, pulseless.
AIIMS Director M C Mishra said, she was pulseless, her blood pressure was not recordable and she was unresponsive.
Editor's Note: Nonshockable rhythms are defined as pulseless electrical activity and asystole, which are not treatable by defibrillation.
Gwendolyn Pang, secretary general of the Philippine Red Cross, said the male devotee was found lifeless, breathless, and pulseless after he joined the procession.