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Low hgb and cardiac arrest

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I have taken Flomax for approximately 10 years. Due to very low blood pressure, it was discontinued about 4 months ago. I have a defibrillator/pacemaker. I have been in cardiac arrest numerous times. My ...

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feelings. Thyroid has been stable for years, but found out in February that it was really low. Increased my ... of whack gives me palpitations, whether high or low. So I do think the last few months this has had ...

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I am a 66 year old woman, healthy and fit before a Sudden Cardiac Arrest this year (April) CPR ... reaction to this) Metropolol was discontinued because of my low blood pressure. Generally I look OK now ...

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Hello Doctor, I am XXXXXXX I am seeking your help for my sister. On October 17th she had breathing problem and we admitted her in KIMS. During the treatment, she had a mild cardiac arrest and her supply ...

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A member of my family (70 year old femaie) suffered cardiac arrest . She had an EEG 1.5 weeks after ... determine the long term expected state of consiousness based on an EEG at 1.5 weeks post cardiac arrest ...

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Hi, My Dad had a low pumping problem in the heart , is it really dangerous? he was having 39% while joine the hospital and after it got reduced to 25% and doctor suggested for a ballon treatment. We said ...

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. He falls down like a rag doll at any given moment. How low does the level get before we know he ...

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Ok, first of all, I m no doctor but...what is Cardiac Arrest??? and what makes Cardiac Arrest different from a Heart Attack?? Sum sources are saying he died of Cardiac Arrest, others a Heart Attack ...

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My brother in law is dying had cardiac arrest, is unconsious, and? they had a hard time putting needles in him...so they went in his neck...It is worse that i am saying I am just unable to verbalize ...

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Notice that I m NOT talking about a heart attack. Cardiac arrests are generally instantaneous and an entire kettle of fish altogether. ...

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Can someone please give me information about Cardiac Arrest? I don t know a single thing about it and i need to do a presentation about it.. I seriously need information about that.. URGENTLY ! please ...

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my father died of a cardiac arrest. However, he had an abdominal aortic dissection ... were high during the operation. later stabilised. then at 1.20 am, he had a cardiac arrest and passed ...

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my brother had a kidney removed and in the middle of the surgery he threw a clot and went into cardiac arrest. They massaged the heart for 1.5 hours before they put him on bypass. Is it possible ...

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Thank you very much :) My dad had a quintuple bypass in 2008, given a 2% chance to come back from a full cardiac arrest. He is now deteriorated (as a defib implant) to 10 - 15% function. I live in NZ he ...

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4 weeks ago during a minor heart operation to try to repair a slow heart beat I went into cardiac arrest. I was clinically dead for 25 minutes and 9 attempts were made with the electric paddles to try ...

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Hi, Whether the person wakes up following a cardiac arrest depends on how much damage the brain has suffered. Therefore, it would not be possible to say how long this would take. Regards, Dr K A Pottinger

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Hi Non responsive pupils,dilated and fixed in mid position indicates patient is brain dead. It is one of the signs of death. Pupils can dilate due to atropine which is given during resuscitation.

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there is no side effect but monitoring of pulse is requered. it may develop bradicardia beyond that cardiac arrest. so regular monitouring is requered.