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Painkillers considered harmless by the general public are associated with increased risk of cardiac arrest, according to research published today in the March issue of European Heart Journal - ...

Date : 15/03/2017
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EMBARGO : 30 August 2015 at 14:30 BST “An AED promptly used by a person present at the cardiac arrest site before the emergency medical services arrive can have a significant impact on the ...

Date : 30/08/2015
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An Italian law requiring citizens to hold a certificate to use a defibrillator must change to improve survival from cardiac arrest, researchers argued today at Acute Cardiovascular Care 2018, a ...

Date : 05/03/2018
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands - Saturday 1 September 2013 – Mechanical chest compressions with defibrillation during ongoing compressions are just as effective, but not superior to manual ...

Date : 01/09/2013
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(1) “Sudden cardiac arrest is the main cause of death worldwide in previously healthy people,” said principal investigator Prof Frederic Adnet, an emergency physician at Avicenne Hospital ...

Date : 28/08/2017
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Airway management with bag-mask ventilation (BMV) failed to improve on endotracheal intubation (ETI) in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients, and was associated with significantly more failures ...

Date : 29/08/2017
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[...]the findings of our study from the Copenhagen area show that most octogenarians who do survive are able to live an active life after the incident.” She added: “Therefore the ...

Date : 31/08/2014
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Professor Jouven said: “Sudden cardiac death (SCD) is an important public health problem, accounting for more than 400,000 deaths every year. The survival rate from cardiac arrest has remained ...

Date : 01/09/2013
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EMBARGO : 30 August 2015 at 14:30 BST “We know that survival after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest has improved in recent years but until now the degree of disability in survivors was ...

Date : 30/08/2015
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Women are less likely to receive basic life support for cardiac arrest from members of the public then men, the European Society of Cardiology announced today on International Women’s Day. ...

Date : 08/03/2016