Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 10 items for :

  • "cardiopulmonary arrest" x
  • All content x
Clear All
Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Ebrahim Ezzati, Saeed Mohammadi, Hassanali Karimpour, Javad Amini Saman, Afshin Goodarzi, Amir Jalali, Afshin Almasi, Kamran Vafaei, and Rasool Kawyannejad

Introduction Sudden cardiac arrest is one of the main causes of death [ 1 ]. Despite the development of therapeutic knowledge about resuscitation and its guidelines, cardiopulmonary arrest still has a high mortality rate [ 2

Open access
Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Ebrahim Ezzati, Saeed Mohammadi, Hassanali Karimpour, Javad Amini Saman, Afshin Goodarzi, Amir Jalali, Afshin Almasi, Kamran Vafaei, and Rasool Kawyannejad

Introduction Sudden cardiac arrest is one of the main causes of death [ 1 ]. Despite the development of therapeutic knowledge about resuscitation and its guidelines, cardiopulmonary arrest still has a high mortality rate [ 2

Open access
Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: István László, Csilla Molnár, György Koszta, Tamás Végh, Ákos Fábián, Mariann Berhés, Marianna Juhász, and Béla Fülesdi

Absztrakt:

A koronavírus-pandémia számos kihívással szembesíti az egészségügyi ellátószemélyzetet. A vírus cseppfertőzéssel terjed, és magas a virulenciája, ezért minden olyan beavatkozás, mely légúti aeroszolképződéssel jár, potenciálisan veszélyezteti az ellátásban részt vevők egészségét. A koronavírus-fertőzés mortalitása akár 10% feletti lehet, ezért a COVID–19-betegek körében gyakori a reanimáció. A reanimáció során fokozott a légúti aeroszolképződés valószínűsége, így magas az ellátószemélyzet fertőződésének a veszélye. Cikkünk célja, hogy gyakorlatorientált áttekintést adjon a koronavírussal fertőzött betegek újraélesztésének specialitásairól. Orv Hetil. 2020; 161(17): 710–712.

Open access
Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Mahmut Yesin, Turgut Karabağ, Macit Kalçık, Süleyman Karakoyun, Metin Çağdaş, and Zaur İbrahimov

before a sudden cardiopulmonary arrest. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation was performed; however, patient passed away. Fig. 1. Chest X-ray examination showed an increased cardiothoracic index and prominent aortic arch

Open access

–1747. 9 Kurz MC, Schmicker RH, Leroux B, et al. Advanced vs. basic life support in the treatment of out-of-hospital cardiopulmonary arrest in the Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium. Resuscitation 2018; 128

Restricted access
Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Dávid Pilecky, Gábor Szudi, Enikő Kovács, Zsigmond Jenei, László Gellér, Krisztina Heltai, Levente Molnár, György Bárczi, Dávid Becker, Béla Merkely, and Endre Zima

. N. Engl. J. Med., 2002, 346 (8), 557–563. 3 Schneider, A., Böttinger, B. W., Popp, E.: Cerebral resuscitation after cardiopulmonary arrest. Anesth. Analg., 2009

Open access

was isolated from blood cultures. However, hemodynamic instability had occurred during the third day of admission and the patient passed away after a cardiopulmonary arrest. Fig. 1. Electrocardiography on

Open access

failure, 33 (1.7%) had ventricular tachycardia and/or ventricular fibrillation, 39 (2%) had cardiopulmonary arrest, and 47 (2.4%) died during inhospital follow-up due to cardiac causes. The comparison of the demographic, clinical, and laboratory

Open access

reinfarction, 80 (4.1%) had TVR, 139 (7%) had decompensated heart failure, 33 (1.7%) had ventricular tachycardia and/or ventricular fibrillation, 39 (2%) had cardiopulmonary arrest, and 47 (2.4%) died during inhospital follow-up due to cardiac causes. The

Open access

most serious ones are infusion reactions, cardiopulmonary arrest, dermatological toxicity and radiation dermatitis sepsis, renal failure, interstitial lung disease, and pulmonary embolism. It was shown that there was a positive correlation

Restricted access