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Almost everyone has heard of CPR - it's been taught in schools, shown in television shows, used as seminar topics in company events, and has basically been in every media platform in the form of videos and educational posts. All for a very important reason, too: it literally saves lives. Except when you're actually in a spontaneous, life-and-death situation, and all you have is a recent video you've watched of a man repeatedly pushing an unconscious person's chest, with little...
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Directions: Use this worksheet as a guide to create your speech outline (The number of main points, sub-points, and support may vary according to your unique content). The final product needs to be typed, in 12-point Times New Roman font, double-spaced, have 1-inch margins, and include internal source citations (at least 1 per main point and 1 in the introduction) in APA formatting. Please retain the concept labels below. On a separate references page, all source citations should be listed...
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In this critique, I will be covering the benefits that CPR has on cardiac Arrest, this will be accomplished by studying research that investigates the effectiveness of cardiopulmonary resuscitation on patients (Kaplow. R. et al. 2021). I specifically chose to exert this research as it is linked to my chosen topic (CPR). It is also related to my previous work experience in an emergency room, where I witnessed cardiac arrest as a dialysis complication. An empirical study of IHCAs was...
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Drawing on Jodha (1986), ‘Common Property Resources’ (CPR) can be defined as the resources available to whole communities but to which no individual has exclusive rights to possession. These may include pastures, forests and grazing lands among others. In India, emerging factors such as urban expansion, land acquisition and property development have caused a rapid decline in the countries’ pool of CPRs (Narain and Vij, 2015). While some authors suggest that advances in agricultural technology and the increased availability of...
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Emergency cannot be predicted. An emergency situation can occur anywhere. As a personal trainer you should have cpr/aed and first aid knowledge because when clients are working with weights and machine we can never predict anything and we don’t even know complete health situation of a client. Client who looks healthy can have any kind of cardiac problems or something else. Almost everyone will be involved in a health issue at some point in their lives. Someone slips falls and...
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Introduction Accidents can occur at any time, and in many situations, someone ends up in the emergency room. However, if everyone has basic first aid and CPR knowledge not only do you benefit from having this knowledge but others around you also benefit from it as well. We do not always need professionals to save lives. In fact, if everyone could give first aid or CPR they could prevent people from losing their lives unnecessarily. As I have already said...
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“The use of CPR dates all the way back to 1740, most Americans don’t know how to perform it.” CPR is a miraculous technique that if given properly and immediately to sudden cardiac arrest victims the more likely people’s lives would be saved. It is a lifesaving skill that everyone should be taught but unfortunately most people do not know the skill. Unfortunately, most people who suffer a cardiac arrest outside a hospital do not get CPR from a bystander,...
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In the UK in 2018, 30,829 patients were treated during an out of hospital cardiac arrest (OOHCA), with 29.4% admitted to hospital with a return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) and 9.3% surviving to discharge (Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Outcomes Registry Epidemiology Report, 2018 p.18). The current RCUK guidance state ‘Provide artificial ventilation as soon as possible in any patient in whom spontaneous ventilation is inadequate or absent’(Resuscitation Council UK ,2015 p.7) but it has been said that the standard ‘Airway Breathing...
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Introduction This assignment will describe the “Whole team approach” to resuscitation with a well-organised multi-disciplined team, taking in to account human factors, Crew resource management (CRM) and non-technical skills. The Resuscitation Council (UK) Guidelines 2015 outline advanced life support (ALS) algorithm which should be followed step by step for in hospital and out of hospital cardiac arrests, this providing the staff can perform and are trained in ALS (Resuscitation Council UK, 2015). Influencing performance as an effective team leader in...
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