What is a cardiac arrest?
Kirthi Machireddy
B Block
11/22/10
Introduction
 Cardiac arrest- sudden loss of heart function
 “It is also called sudden cardiac arrest”, states the
Ameri...
Who would be more likely to have a cardiac
arrest?
 People who have had a heart attack
 Any kind of heart disease contri...
Who would be more likely to have a
cardiac arrest? (In Florida)
Why is a cardiac arrest dangerous?
 Can’t breathe
 Irregular heart beat
 Too much cholesterol in heart arteries
 Heart...
How can you prevent a cardiac arrest?
 Don’t smoke
 Eat healthy food
1. Limit food with cholesterol
in it
2. Eat fat fre...
How can you prevent a cardiac arrest?
 Treat your body problems regularly
 Treat cholesterol problems
 Treat blood pres...
How long will it take for someone to have a
cardiac arrest right after the symptoms?
 Immediate reactions
 In a couple o...
What are the steps you should do when you
see someone who you think had a cardiac
arrest?
Ask the person if they’re okay
...
Physician, Internist
Internist-“Diagnose and provide non-surgical
treatment of diseases and injuries of internal
organ sy...
High School Career Academies
Atholton High School
Allied Health Academy
Interested in health/medical field
especially a...
Johns Hopkins University
3400 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD
21218
Yearly tuition- $41,180
Johns Hopkins University
 Requirements- Good essays, SAT Reasoning Test
or ACT, recommendation forms, Academic GPA
(4.0),...
Johns Hopkins University
Other Information:
 Number of Students: 4,998
Demographics of Student Population: 47% Women,
5...
Community Service
 Grassroots- Mental Disabilities
o Know different kinds of people and how
they make a living
o Be happy...
Prior Job Experience
 Jobs I could of done:
Babysitting
Volunteering in a children's hospital with a
pediatrician in In...
Citing
Cardiac arrest chart:
http://heartcurrents.com/men-more-likely-to-
have-sudden-cardiac-arrest/
Johns Hopkins Univ...
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Cardiac arrest by Kirthi Machireddy

  1. 1. What is a cardiac arrest? Kirthi Machireddy B Block 11/22/10
  2. 2. Introduction  Cardiac arrest- sudden loss of heart function  “It is also called sudden cardiac arrest”, states the American Heart Association.  The majority that have had a cardiac arrest are men and people who have coronary heart disease.
  3. 3. Who would be more likely to have a cardiac arrest?  People who have had a heart attack  Any kind of heart disease contributes to a cardiac arrest.  Men  Athletes  60 year old people  Women over 60 have a chance of getting a cardiac arrest
  4. 4. Who would be more likely to have a cardiac arrest? (In Florida)
  5. 5. Why is a cardiac arrest dangerous?  Can’t breathe  Irregular heart beat  Too much cholesterol in heart arteries  Heart gets no blood  Possible death
  6. 6. How can you prevent a cardiac arrest?  Don’t smoke  Eat healthy food 1. Limit food with cholesterol in it 2. Eat fat free food  Exercise daily
  7. 7. How can you prevent a cardiac arrest?  Treat your body problems regularly  Treat cholesterol problems  Treat blood pressure problems
  8. 8. How long will it take for someone to have a cardiac arrest right after the symptoms?  Immediate reactions  In a couple of minutes and sometimes seconds
  9. 9. What are the steps you should do when you see someone who you think had a cardiac arrest? Ask the person if they’re okay Call 9-1-1 Use defibrillator Administer CPR if trained
  10. 10. Physician, Internist Internist-“Diagnose and provide non-surgical treatment of diseases and injuries of internal organ systems.” Entry level is $115,500, average is $166,400+, and potential is $166,400+ too -Increasing trends -Good as in +22% -Cardiologist, gastroenterologist, pediatrician, nurses, etc.
  11. 11. High School Career Academies Atholton High School Allied Health Academy Interested in health/medical field especially about the human body
  12. 12. Johns Hopkins University 3400 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21218 Yearly tuition- $41,180
  13. 13. Johns Hopkins University  Requirements- Good essays, SAT Reasoning Test or ACT, recommendation forms, Academic GPA (4.0), reasonable class rank, application essays, volunteer work, and work experience  Bachelors Degree  Undergraduates- 4,998  Blue Jay- School Mascot
  14. 14. Johns Hopkins University Other Information:  Number of Students: 4,998 Demographics of Student Population: 47% Women, 53% Men 43% White, 22% Asian, 11% Non-resident Alien, 7% Hispanic, 6% Black, 4% American Indian/ Alaskan Native
  15. 15. Community Service  Grassroots- Mental Disabilities o Know different kinds of people and how they make a living o Be happy for who I am o The way they eat o Play games with them and see how they enjoy it and the differences between me and them
  16. 16. Prior Job Experience  Jobs I could of done: Babysitting Volunteering in a children's hospital with a pediatrician in India Helping in a homeless shelter Helping people with mental disabilities
  17. 17. Citing Cardiac arrest chart: http://heartcurrents.com/men-more-likely-to- have-sudden-cardiac-arrest/ Johns Hopkins University Photo: http://www.planetware.com/i/photo/johns- hopkins-university-baltimore-mdbt125.jpg

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