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Cardiac arrest

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Its an introduction about cardiac arrest

Its an introduction about cardiac arrest

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  • 1. Dr. Husni Ajaj. FRCA,DA,MBBcH Advanced Cardiac Life Support
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  • 4. CardioPulmonary Resuscitation
    • 50% of all deaths are due to cardiovascular disease.
    • 60-70% of these deaths occur before the victim makes it to a hospital .
    • Women die of cardiovascular disease 11 times more often than breast cancer.
    • The majority of cardiac arrest deaths in infants begin as respiratory arrest (choking).
    • This means…  
    • Cardiovascular disease is the #1 killer on the planet!
  • 5. We make it fast, fun, and affordable!
    • Learning CPR allows you to intervene and potentially save the life of a friend, family member, or co-worker.
    • You can stop sudden death caused by Heart Attack, Stroke, or Choking…
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    • It leads the safety training medicine with a variety of practical, affordable, and entertaining ways to learn CPR:
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  • 6. The program
    • Introduction to Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation – Adult, Child, & Infant
    • Anatomy and Physiology - The heart, lungs, circulatory system, and gas exchange sites.
    • Heart Health - Risk factors for cardiovascular / cerebrovascular disease.
    • Signs & Symptoms - Heart attack, stroke, choking.
    • Demonstration and Explanation of Heimlich Maneuver - Conscious choking victim.
    • Demonstration and Explanation of Abdominal Thrusts - Unconscious choking victim.
    • Demonstration and Explanation of CPR - Adult victim.
    • Demonstration and Explanation of CPR - Child victim.
    • Demonstration and Explanation of CPR and Choking Response - Infant victim.
    • Audio-Visual Presentation
    • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - OSHA approved barrier devices.
    • Question / Answer Session
    • Skills Practice - Students perform CPR methods on sanitized mannequins.
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    • Major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide
    • - leading cause of death in coronary care unite
    • _first cause of death in USA
    • More than 1000000 cases annually in USA
    • Angus DC et al . JAMA 2004 238-278
    Cardiovascular Diseases
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  • 18. E lapsed time from patient collapse until the first defibrillation shock is delivere
  • 19. DETERMINANTS OF CARDIAC ARREST SURVIVAL
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    • Place
    • witnessed cardiac arrest
    • Early D-C
    • dyspnea as the presenting complaint
    • malignancy or sepsis as the underlying cause of cardiac arrest
    • coexistence of pneumonia
    • presence of hypotension prior to cardiac arrest
    • homebound lifestyle
  • 20. 4 links in the chain of survival
    • early access,
    • early basic life support (BLS),
    • early defibrillation,
    • early advanced cardiac life support (ACLS).
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