By Michael Colquhoun, Anthony J. Handley, T. R. Evans
This advisor has concise and useful details on all points of resuscitation. New instructions are only one of many alterations to the fifth variation of this ebook as a number of the chapters were thoroughly rewritten.
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Check the patient every minute to ensure that signs of a circulation are still present. If the patient shows signs of recovery, place in the recovery position. Liaise with the emergency services when they arrive and provide full details of the actions undertaken. Report the incident to the medical supervisor in charge of the AED scheme so that data may be extracted from the machine. Ensure all supplies are replenished ready for the next use. Further reading ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● The diagram of the algorithm for the use of AEDs is adapted from Resuscitation Guidelines 2000, London: Resuscitation Council (UK), 2000.
Aminophylline for bradysystolic cardiac arrest refractory to atropine and epinephrine. Ann Intern Med 1993;118:279-81. 19 5 Management of peri-arrest arrhythmias Michael Colquhoun, Richard Vincent A coordinated strategy to reduce death from cardiac arrest should include not only cardiopulmonary resuscitation but also measures to treat potentially malignant arrhythmias that may lead to cardiac arrest or complicate the period after resuscitation. The term “peri-arrest arrhythmia” is used to describe such a cardiac rhythm disturbance in this situation.
Bradycardia may arise for many reasons. 5 seconds due to sinoatrial block Antidromic atrioventricular re-entrant tachycardia Management of peri-arrest arrhythmias ● ● ● ● ● The arrows in the algorithms that indicate progression from one treatment stage to the next are only followed if the arrhythmia persists. All anti-arrhythmic strategies (whether physical manoeuvres, drugs, or electrical treatment) may have pro-arrhythmic effects. Therefore, remember that deterioration of the patient’s condition may be the result of treatment rather than its lack of efficacy.
ABC of resuscitation by Michael Colquhoun, Anthony J. Handley, T. R. Evans