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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Resuscitation training program activity of ISA city branch Kolhapur : Resuscitation training program activity of ISA city branch Kolhapur Sudden cardiac arrest : Sudden cardiac arrest sudden cardiac arrest is one of the very important health related issue Few cases where I personally came across : Few cases where I personally came across Mr. Ashok 54 yrs / male / admitted with chest pain /got cardiac arrest in hospital immediately received CPR & revived/ after three weeks came for CABG & recovered / discharged from hospital . Mr. Ramesh 48 yrs/male/brought by relatives hurriedly in hospital within 20 min with history of sudden collapse in front of their eyes/ received CPR in hospital could not help/ Mr. Ramesh lost race of his life One more interesting case : One more interesting case Mrs. Akkatie 68yr/ female/ addmited for DOE / 22yrs DM ,HT, /developed CRF from 2yrs / twice had myocardial infarction / had cardiac arrest in hospital received CPR immediately could not help. Sudden cardiac arrest : Sudden cardiac arrest In first two examples “heart is too young to die” in last case of Mrs. Akkatie “ heart is too old to survive” So this is very important health related issue Which can be tackled very well by immediate intervention CPR How to deal with sudden cardiac arrest : How to deal with sudden cardiac arrest Awareness of this particular problem in society . Early Recognition & CPR. Establishment of EMS. Early hospitalization & Advanced cardiac life support. Awareness in community : Awareness in community We need to provide general information of this problem. How to recognize or diagnose this condition. Need to change spectators & indifferent or apathetic attitude towards starting CPR. To whom we can call in this situation Chain of survival : Chain of survival Cardiopulmonary resuscitation : Cardiopulmonary resuscitation Developments in CPR : Developments in CPR Dr peter safar is a father of modern CPR. ILCOR international liaison committee on resuscitation.( treatment of ill heart) Guide line 2000 land mark year. Guide line 2005 recent evidence based guidelines for resuscitation BLS : BLS Is a basic life support. It does not involve use of instrument equipment or drugs Can be given at any place. Sudden cardiac arrest : Sudden cardiac arrest Victim will loose consciousness. Stops respiration. Circulation will get stopped. Diagnosis of cardiac arrest : Diagnosis of cardiac arrest In 2000 guideline by assessing circulation; that is absent palpable pulse in major arteries like carotid. Today by assessing responsiveness & respiration. unresponsiveness : unresponsiveness Shout for help : Shout for help Open the airway : Open the airway Checking for respiration : Checking for respiration Call for qualified help : Call for qualified help Safety of rescuer & victim : Safety of rescuer & victim Keep victim supine in a well ventilated area. Safety of rescuer Chest compression : Chest compression Position of victim. Position of rescuer. Position of arms of rescuer. Site of compression. Pressure used for chest compressions. Rate of compressions. Number of compressions at a time. Position of victim , rescuer , arm position : Position of victim , rescuer , arm position Position of hands & site of compressions : Position of hands & site of compressions Where we compress the bony thoracic cage during CPR : Where we compress the bony thoracic cage during CPR How compressions works : How compressions works Airway clearance : Airway clearance In unconscious state airway will get obstructed due to fall of tongue; this needs to be cleared for giving breaths. To clear the airway head is tilted up & chin is lifted up. Head tilt & chin lift : Head tilt & chin lift Jaw thrust : Jaw thrust Rescue breath. : Rescue breath. expired air contain 16% while air 20% Oxygen. Take deep breath and keep your lips around victims mouth and establish tight seal . Pinch the nostrils of victim and blow the expired air in to the victims mouth while watching chest movement . Give it in one second. Give two rescue breaths at a time. Rescue breaths : Rescue breaths CPR is given safely & effectively in this rotation : CPR is given safely & effectively in this rotation Early recognition call for help early CPR first 30 compressions airway clearance two rescue breaths again 30 chest compressions and so on CPR is continued : CPR is continued Till help arrives. Till victim starts breathing. Till rescuer will get fatigued. Thank you : Thank you You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.