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Title: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Authors: Lovepreet, Kaur Sodhi
Isaieva, Inna
Karmazina, Iryna
Keywords: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
American Heart Association
Issue Date: 18-May-2016
Publisher: Харківський Національний Медичний Університет
Citation: Lovepreet Kaur Sodhi Cardiopulmonary resuscitation / Lovepreet Kaur Sodhi, I. N. Isaeva, I. S Karmazina // Фізіологія медицині, фармації та педагогіці: «Актуальні проблеми та сучасні досягнення» : тези доповідей ІII Всеукраїнської студентської наукової конференції з фізіології з міжнародною участю, Харків, 18 травня 2016 р. – Харків, 2016. – С. 9–11.
Abstract: The cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) emergency procedure functions is to firstly manually try to pump the patient’s blood into their heart, and secondly to pass oxygen into the patient’s lungs and blood and to keep blood circulation going and to keep the brain and heart supplied with oxygenated blood. By doing this the patient is saved from permanent brain damage.
Description: In CPR the time is very important. Each minute that passes before CPR is started lowers the chance of survival by about ten percent. If CPR starts within the first three to five minutes, and a defibrillator is available, the chance of survival can be as high as 50%, or even 75%. Attempting to perform CPR is better than doing nothing at all, even if the provider is unsure if he or she is doing it correctly. This especially applies to many people’s aversion to providing mouth-to-mouth ventilations. If one does not feel comfortable giving ventilations, chest compressions alone are still better than doing nothing.
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