Whats the name of the hospital medical equpiment??? used to bring a patients heartbeat back? it has electricity which jolts the body upwards, which revives the patient bringing their heartbeat back. this device ...
they be revived ? IF CPR began immediatly and a diffribulator was used would they have a shot of making ... times. In the event that one of them stopped their heart from a coke overdose or a cocaethilyene (coke ...
. Or is it necessary that patient should meet first doctor before using earmachine. Actually I have to purchase ... anything without earmachine. What kind of machine should I purchase for him. Please suggest.. Megha ...
4 mo user of auto pap machine, having some uncomfortable sensation in lungs, right side during exertion above casual walking. Had first follow up after getting machine with neurologist but he referred ...
and revived her. I think she is in ICU now but do not know condition. what would be a typical prognosis? brain ... inserted (last year). Sorry, don t know too much at this stage but she suffered a massive heart attack ...
Hi my sister has been taken to intesive care unit and put on a life machinewhat is the chance of her surving as out family is so worried will have turn it off
I am sorry. Without having a chance to examine the patient, I cannot comment on her survival.
what can cause a hummingbird sound from your uterus using a phone Doppler and it calculating 120 to 140 and approximately how far along would I be
Thanks for the query. It likely represents the fetal heart sounds of a viable pregnancy; it is though, not possible to tell gestational age just based on the heart rate itself.
my boyfriend just had an Leaky Valve heart surgery on Wensday and he had about 2 seizures and hes in pain..will he make it and be okay?:( I'm worried
Surely he will make it.
With the newer medicines , machines and techniques the surgery and the outcomes are nearly always good.
Pain will be there after any surgery.
What you mean by seizures? Was it something like fits/ shaking/ unconsciousness?
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