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Archive for April, 2014

Cardiac arrest outcome not affected by interventions


Date: April 30th, 2014

Outcome of cardiac arrest isn’t influenced by interferenceTwo procedures were tested with the first one being a sham-controlled test of an ITD (Impedance threshold device).

Talks about death is always hard for doctors


Date: April 29th, 2014

Speaking to patients about death isn’t easy for doctorsThere is need for doctors to check the preparedness of a patient to converse in topics that concern death.

Indications that a baby is having shaking baby syndrome


Date: April 28th, 2014

Shaken baby syndrome is considered an ailment that comes as a result of a child being abused.

Difference between cardiac arrest and heart attack


Date: April 27th, 2014

Difference between cardiac arrest and heart attack Heart attacks and cardiac arrest ate two distinct cardiac events despite both being very seriously hazardous to the health.

Identifying heart attack symptoms and taking action


Date: April 26th, 2014

How to notice symptoms of cardiac arrest and actA lot of people fear having heart attacks yet they barely know the symptoms that signify its advances.

Smokers require 8 yrs to reduce risk of heart diseases


Date: April 25th, 2014

Ex-smokers need 8 yrs to be limit risks of heart ailmentsOne of the habits that a lot of people are often advised to stop smoking. This is because it’s to some extent very irritating and can cause very adverse effects to your overall health.

Most Americans are confused by health insurance terms


Date: April 24th, 2014

A lot of Americans don’t know health insurance termsA lot of the terms used in health insurance are naturally complicated and hard especially for the layman who has no experience or education on the same.

Doctors should use right words to explain CPR procedures


Date: April 23rd, 2014

Choice of words often important when explaining CPRWords often hold a lot of power irrespective of the language being used to relay the message.

Outcome often similar for both mechanical and manual CPR


Date: April 22nd, 2014

Mechanical and manual CPR outcomes are often the sameResearchers have noted that there isn’t any significant difference in neurological outcomes or 4 hr survival rates if either mechanical or manual CPR is used on patients who’ve suffered from sudden cardiac arrests.

A twin saved by mom on desert road after birth using CPR


Date: April 21st, 2014

Mom uses CPR to save one twin after giving birth A mother was able to save one of her twin who she had just given birth to on a desert road using CPR.