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What happened post partum cardiac arrest

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

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Hi, I suffered a cardiac arrest and have moderate mitral regurgitation . I also have approximately ... monitor results, I was wondering what you think would be the next step in treatment and if I should ...

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and proper treatment ,,on 28 of aug he had a cardiac arrest at home and was revived and put on Ventilator ... they be put him on ventilated ,,, wats happening we r confuses??and he moved his arms and legs very vigoursly ...

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After massive cardiac arrest while in emergency as a result of one or two silent heart attacks over .... .. but if he still maintains a 20 ejection what kind of meds? If there a chance of higher ejection fraction ...

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by knowing this , it was. Systolic : 153 mm Hg. Diastolic : 101 mm Hg Please recommend as if what could be done as I do have history of cardiac arrest(all my paternal uncles and Grandpa's died of same reason ...

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my husband is in hospital on life support ( cartiac arrest, cpr performed right away) now only has 15-18 percent left heart function, was 10 percent a few days ago, what are the chances of fis heart ...

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I have a family member who suffered a cardiac arrest in sept. 2017, and was without oxygen ... returned home. What are his chances of this happening again ...

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Hi, i exercise a lot, however after seeing what happened to , i m scared of having a sudden cardiac arrest . There s no known cases in my family, should I be worried? ...

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Hi doctor, My wife was died 10 months before in Qatar due to IMMEDIATE CARDIAC ARREST as per ... . At last the doctor informed she has been died by IMMEDIATE CARDIAC ARREST . She was 24 . and had kid (1 ...

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works. I would like to know what had happened to him.The doctors confirmed it as cardiac arrest. ...Dear Dr., My father had a cardiac arrest when nobody was surrounded.we noticed him unconscious ...

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Hi Sir, Through out the internet i have been reading about cardiac arrest and heart attacks ... to practise yoga every morning and had been fit till his last. So if anyone could tell me what exactly ...

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

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this could be due to anemia,iron supplementaion is needed

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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