New PDF release: A Resuscitation Room Guide Banerjee

By Hargreaves

ISBN-10: 0199298076

ISBN-13: 9780199298075

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The midline of the mouth) and the angle of the mandible • Should not be placed in presence of an intact gag reflex. The Guedel airway can elicit a gag reflex if inserted in a conscious subject, provoking vomiting or laryngeal spasm. The two methods for placement: 59 60 • Insertion in the inverted position, concave side upwards, on the hard palate and rotated 180°, followed by continued insertion into the oropharynx • Insertion in the unrotated position under direct vision with the aid of a tongue depressor blade or of a laryngoscope blade.

65 Precordial thump • Witnessed and monitored cardiac arrest; defibrillator leads not attached; administration should not delay application of defibrillator pads. • Can convert ventricular fibrillation or ventricular tachycardia to sinus rhythm. • Usually best performed within 15-30s of the occurrence of arrest; in most successful cases, within 10s. • Delivered with the ulnar border of the tightly clenched fist, which delivers a sharp impact to the lower half of the sternum from a height of 20cm, followed by immediate retraction of the fist.

Alternative experimental closed chest CPR methods • Mechanical piston-driven CPR • Simultaneous compression and ventilation: SCV CPR • Interposed abdominal compression: IAC CPR • CPR with abdominal binding • CPR with medical anti-shock trousers • High-impulse CPR • Circumferential thoracic vest CPR • Active compression-decompression: ACD CRP: Ambu CardioPump • Phased chest and abdominal compression-decompression: lifestick. CPR techniques and devices. Circulation 2005; 112: IV47-IV50. 65 Precordial thump • Witnessed and monitored cardiac arrest; defibrillator leads not attached; administration should not delay application of defibrillator pads.

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