Cardiac life support

What is Cardiac life support?

It refers to a set of clinical interventions for the urgent treatment of cardiac arrest as well as the knowledge and skills to deploy those interventions.Only qualified health care providers can provide ACLS, as it requires the ability to manage the patient's airway, initiate IV access, read and interpret electrocardiograms, and understand emergency pharmacology. CPR and defibrillation are vital.

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what should i do if a person is in cardiac arrest ?

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If you see a person having cardiac arrest call the ambulance and side by side try cardiac massage along...

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My partner says he s not been feeling well for last few hours. He had stomach cramps and went to bed. He just woke me up and said he had pins and...

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i had angioplast on monday with stenting of a blocked artery just off main artery. when at procedure they say narrowing of main artery and put in...

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A bruise on chest in this scenario can be 1. If you have received chest compression anytime during...

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