You Do To Save The Life Of A Patient

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 what will you do to save the life of a patient in this Article  we will know what to do if someone is having a heart attack you don’t have to be a doctor or technician to save a life in this kind of critical time let’s find out more if you think someone’s having a heart attack half the person sit down rest and try to keep calm loosen any tight clothing and ask if the person takes any chest pain medicine such as nitroglycerin for a known heart condition and help them take it let’s find out more

Heart Attack

Heart attack the American Heart Association or a says symptoms include chest discomfort squeezing or pressure in the center of the chest it can last for more than a few minutes it may go away and come back discomfort in one or both arms the back neck jaw or stomach shortness of breath with or without chest pain dizziness fainting nausea some victims especially women may experience a cold sweat what to do call 911 emergency number chew and swallow an aspirin take nitroglycerin if prescribed begin CPR if the person is unconscious if the person is in the room then open the window immediately and tell the person everything is gonna be okay if you feel

The Radiating Chest Pains and Lightheadedness

 the radiating chest pains and lightheadedness that often signal a heart attack you can keep yourself conscious by breathing deeply and coughing vigorously this supposedly increases oxygen levels and squeezes the heart allowing blood to circulate

Cardiac Arrest

 Cardiac arrest the American Heart Association notes these symptoms the cardiac arrest victim will quickly pass out breathing may stop or become extremely labored there may be no pulse while a heart attack is related to the loss of blood flow to the heart muscles a cardiac arrest is an abnormality in the electrical conduction of the heart a heart attack increases the risk of cardiac arrest but most heart attacks do not cause cardiac arrest during cardiac arrest also called a sudden cardiac event a person will pass out as their heart loses the ability to get blood to the brain usually they won’t be breathing and will have no pulse in this situation you will do CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation begin CPR if the person is unconscious if you’re not completely confident attempt hands-only CPR instead and do continuous CPR until the help arrived every minute can decrease life by 10% so if you’ve missed five minutes that means a person has 50% fewer chances to survive so without hesitation or fear give the patients CPR maybe it can help save the life of the patient for adults place the heel of your hand on the center of the person’s chest then place the other hand on top and pressed down by five to six centimeters or two to two and a half inches at a steady rate of 100 to 120 compressions per minute after every 30 chest compressions give two rescue breaths tilt the casualties head gently and lift the chin up with two fingers pinch the person’s nose seal your mouth over their mouth and blow steadily and firmly into their mouth for about one second check that their chest rises give two rescue breaths continue with cycles of 30 chest compressions and two rescue breaths until they begin to recover where unnoticeable the American Heart Association or aah a recommends the following actions to reduce your risk for a second heart attack proper hydration is not only good for your brain your mood and your body weight but it’s also essential for your heart your heart is constantly working pumping about 2,000 gallons of blood a day by staying hydrated drinking more water than you’re losing you are helping your heart do its job quit smoking eat a heart-healthy diet control your cholesterol exercise regularly stay at a healthy weight control high blood pressure assess your mental health take your medicines as directed

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