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Why is cardiac arrest so dangerous?



The entire blood supply to the body’s organs is interrupted. No organ can survive long without oxygen and the brain is the first to die. Within four minutes of such an event, brain tissue begins to die. Although the heart starts beating later, the extent of brain damage depends on when the heart stops. Within minutes, vital centers are damaged, even breathing stops, making recovery more difficult and uncertain.

What is a tip?
If there is anything to do in such a situation, it takes only 3.5 minutes to revive the heart. No doctor can reach the patient in a short time. Whoever is there is the only one who can save him as long as he knows what to do.

You may be wondering: how do you know if you’re having a heart attack before taking action?
Reminds me of an event a few years ago. The patient, who was in his forties, was busy all day, and in the evenings he took his son to his uncle with angina pectoris. My uncle had just gone searching when I noticed that he suddenly stopped talking and bowed his head. At the right moment we were able to prevent him from falling off the chair he was sitting on.

His face turned to ash. There was no pulse or heartbeat. He was shot in the chest once or twice, but he was not killed. We put him to bed quickly. Now he was blue and having an epileptic fit, like epilepsy. External chest compressions were started immediately. Within minutes the heart started beating again. His face twisted and he cried, opening his eyes. His condition has also returned to normal. He hesitated for a few minutes and then began to speak normally. Luckily the heart attack didn’t happen on the street, but in our hospital. A year later, he wasn’t having much luck.

My uncle taught me and the sick child how to do external chest compressions and we did the same, teaching everyone in the house that they would need it in the future. But the boy didn’t seem to understand what had happened.


A fire broke out in the hospital about a year ago. With fluctuating energy, the patient began to put out the fire, died from great exertion and stress, and cardiac arrest again. Family members were not ready for such an event. Instead of immediately attempting CPR, they rushed to the phone to call their uncle or another doctor. But it was too late. it was incurable. This case shows what happens when a heart attack occurs.

I want to share with everyone what to do in case of sudden heart attack and what my uncle taught me that day.

Regardless of heart disease or not, if a middle-aged person suddenly develops any of the above symptoms, consider it a heart attack. It can be the first sign of a heart attack without warning. Listen when there is no pulse; heart attack is coming. Immediately punch your fist hard and forcefully in the center of your chest. Do not be afraid to harm the patient: there is nothing worse than a heart attack. The heart can start beating again. If so, tabs are returned. If not, repeat the process twice. If the pulse does not return, place them on the floor or on a firm bed and begin external chest compressions as follows.

Place the patient on a hard surface such as a desk. front up, up
Place the palm of your left hand on the lower part of the sternum (this is the bone that runs forward from the center of the chest, the lower end is above the abdominal cavity.
The left palm should be on the lower part of the chest, above the stomach.
Place the heel of your right hand on the heel of your left hand.
Suddenly apply firm pressure to the patient’s chest and release the pressure.
Wait (say one hundred one; it takes a second to say those words)
Repeat the chest compression process once per second.
Then the chest depression rate reaches 60%. Protocol. The maximum speed achieved should not exceed 90 ppm. Protocol.
Resist the urge to continue; it defeats the purpose of the trick.
Most importantly, be brave and don’t be afraid. Continue until the patient is revived or until a doctor takes over.
If successful, the patient’s heart returns to its normal color; He screams, opens his eyes and begins to speak. He hesitates for a few minutes and then starts speaking normally, unless he has brain damage. This will happen if you can wake him up in less than 3.5 minutes; After this time, the risk of brain damage and death increases

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