Cardiac arrest

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    any introductions or previous symptoms which would lead to the death of the injured person on the spot. This disease, known as sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) • What is the sudden cardiac arrest? Cardiac arrest happens when the muscle of the heart suddenly stops beating due to its malfunctioning. The heart has an internal electrical conducting system that controls the rhythm of the heartbeat; Problems in this system can cause abnormal heart rhythms called arrhythmias. That makes the heart stop beating.…

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    Cardiac Arrest

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    Effectively detect cardiac arrest and perform hands only CPR: Cardiac arrest can happen to anyone, anywhere, and at any time. The ability to detect whether or not that person lives. This skill is vital to life because it can be the determiner for life and death situations. Hook: We will introduce the topic by starting with the video featuring Ken Jeong(where a group is playing charades and the one acting has a heart attack)[LINK] up until the man in the video drops and no one knows what…

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    Cardiac Arrest Analysis

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    A cardiac arrest can be defined as a sudden, or sometimes temporary, cessation (ending) of functions of the heart. There are several individuals that each year participate in long-distance running races, and as of 2010 there were about two million individuals running in long distance races each year; however, this number will keep increasing year by year. Some of these racers after they run their marathon or half-marathon have what has been determined as post-race cardiac dysfunction. This is…

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    Cardiac Arrests are mostly triggered by abnormal heart rhythm called arrhythmia. They happen without warning, right after symptoms. Every 90 seconds a person dies from sudden Cardiac Arrest. A Heart Attack is often mistakenly used to describe a Cardiac Arrest. The Adult Chain of Survival begins by recognizing it and activating the emergency response system. Next,begin early CPR with emphasis on chest compressions. Then, use the AED rapid defibrillation. Then, get advanced medical. To end the…

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    Cardiac Arrest Proposal

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    “I didn’t know that the survival rate for SCA victims decays by 10% for every minute without proper defibrillation; after 10 minutes, survival is negligible.” When I first read this, I was shocked. I did not realize how quickly, and without warning sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) can take a life. Before recently, I have never had a reason to know about heart complications, the thousands of lives SCA has taken, or the urgent need for life saving automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in schools,…

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    Cardiac Arrest Heart failure is the sudden loss of heart capacity in a man who could conceivably have analyzed coronary illness. The time and method of death are surprising. It happens in a split second or not long after indications show up. Every year, more than 420,000 crisis restorative administrations surveyed out of the healing facility heart failures happen in the United States. The expression "heart attack" is regularly mistaken used to depict cardiovascular arrest.While a heart attack…

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    The tones go off, again. This was the fourth time in the last six hours. A grumble of incomprehensible words come from the loudspeaker as we shuffle our way to the ambulance. Halfway to the patient’s house we realize this is not our normal type of call; someone was in cardiac arrest. Slight panic begins to arise; I can feel it at the bottom of my throat. Although I received my EMT-B certification within the year, this was my first experience with such an event. As we screeched to a halt I…

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    If you had one minute to learn how to save someone’s life, would you take that opportunity? Iridia Medical is excited to be teaming up with London Drugs for the second annual Save a Life Campaign. We are giving the public a chance to test their CPR skills and learn how to apply an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). We will also be bringing a SmartMan with us, so you can get real-time, visual, and objective feedback on your CPR compressions and ventilations. With your help, our goal is to…

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    Problem Statement The most common cause of death in the United States is the cardiovascular disease, the records show that more than 500,000 adult American die annually due to cardiovascular disease. About 60% of these deaths due to sudden cardiac arrest. Cardiac arrest always comes sudden without any warning, it affects both young and adult, and the symptoms of the affected patient are no breathing and loss of consciousness. It can happen at any place home, work and other places. Most of these…

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    research, I am prepared to help you understand how you can be prepared when somebody is struck with cardiac arrest. III. [Topic Justification] Life is unpredictable, you never know what will be coming your way. IV. [Preview] Today I want each of you to become motivated to help yourselves and others become educated on how to combat cardiac arrest. A. First, you should leave today knowing…

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