Possibly more lives could be saved after heart failure if guardians regained bone regeneration (CPR), even though it is not just the handset. only a new study is shown.
With a hands-on CPR presenting as an alternative the traditional approach – the close engagement with a breathing tradition to folklore – Swedish researchers decided to conduct a simpler study of the impact .
They found that when the levels of CPR increased, the chance of a heart attack is suddenly double.
"In this national review (we have seen) a proportion of six to a higher proportion of patients receiving CPR only," said coauthor. Dr. Jacob Hollenberg, director of the Center for Renaissance Science at Karolinska Institutet. "Any type of CPR was linked to double survival rates compared with those cases which were not CPR before EMS arrived."
It is not known at present whether CPR, including breathing from oral to mouth when eyefeeds are more than a straightforward manual, said in post. -d. There is a regular follow-up test to answer that question, he said.
Hollenberg suspects that there would be more people willing to hold CPR hands only in the traditional way.
For the examination published in Circulation, Hollenberg and his colleagues scrutinized each witness's exterior outside the hospital, reported to the Swedish Register for the Renaissance. Overall, between 2000 and 2017. Researchers had data for 30,445 patients.
The number of patients receiving CPR from witnesses increased from 40.8 per cent in 2000-2005 to 68.2 per cent in 2011-2017. The proportion who obtained a normal CPR was 35.4 per cent earlier and 38.1 longer. But over the same period, proportions of hands-on CPR increased only from 5.4 per cent to 30.1 per cent.
The forty years that are covered by the survey have changed survival rates for both patients. Twenty-three days of life after normal CPR increased from 9.4 per cent to 16.2 per cent, and after the CPR of hands only rose from 8.0 per cent to 14.3 per cent.
In total, compared with patients who did not receive any form of CPR from witnesses, those routinely supplied CPRs before these respondents arrived 2.6 times more likely to survive to 30 days and they were still successful. CPR were issued only twice as likely to live 30 days.
The survey shows that any type of CPR is better than CPR, says Dr. Clifton Callaway, vice president of emergency crisis at Pittsburgh University Medical Center. "This is a huge data set," said Callaway. "They have been able to find this for a number of years."
The American Heart Association has been hitting CPR from direct hands, Callaway said. "The message they are trying to convey is that if you do not choose to resonate mouth to mouth, you can still make chest shapes and help someone with a heart attack," he said, saying. have mouth to mouth still for other conditions, such as drowning.
The reason that people can work with just hands when people have a heart stop is, they still have oxygen in their lungs, Callaway said. "Computers will buy a creel for a certain time until somebody comes in and breaks the heart again," he said.
Another advantage that a CPR can have is that 911 employees can talk to you through even if you haven't received training, Callaway said. “Broadcasters should be able to make anybody's companion and maintain this ability until professional help comes,” he said. "Do not think there is a reason why we can not get 60 to 80 per cent of suspended Americans supported by witnesses."