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Types of cardiac arrest

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Dr. Raja Sekhar Varma MD

for 2 weeks, to try and catch more concerning palpitations. I have 2 types of palpitations, missed ... me. If have already been seen to be ectopic beats Im having, is it likely this other type ... View answer

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Dr.  Sudhir Kumar MD

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... View answer

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Dr. Sudhir Kumar MD

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 ... View answer

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Dr. Lilit Baghdasaryan MD

Hi, I suffered a cardiac arrest and have moderate mitral regurgitation . I also have approximately 8000 pvcs a day. I was just told I am now having 'bursts of atrial fibrillation' . As I await my Holter ... View answer

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Dr. Ilir Sharka MD

I received an injection of bupivacaine and had total CNS shut down. My heart stopped for 2-3 minutes. THANK GOD it started back up. MY question now is, I have significant changes to my ECHO. on 6/16 my LV mass was recorded... View answer

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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,... View answer

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null MD

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 ... View answer

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null MD

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 ... View answer

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What are the causes of cardiac arrest ? ... View answer

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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. ... View answer

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Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr. Kerry Pottinger MD

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

Dr. Sabiha Banu MD

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.

Dr. Ashok Kumar Dash MD

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