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Manual methods of artificial ventilation- Prone pressure method (Schafer)

 In certain situations, mouth to mouth respiration cannot be given e.g. when the face is damaged, the lower jaw is fractured, or the lips and mouth have been burned by a poison. In such cases, manual methods are used. Prone pressure method (Schafer) Place the victim in prone position, head turned to one side, resting on the back of over lapped hands. Kneel by his side at the level of...

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Manual methods of artificial ventilation- Arm-lift/chest pressure method (Silvester)

In certain situations, mouth to mouth respiration cannot be given e.g. when the face is damaged, the lower jaw is fractured, or the lips and mouth have been burned by a poison. In such cases, manual methods are used. Arm-lift/chest pressure method (Silvester) Place the patient face upwards. Place a folded blanket under his shoulders to raise them so that the head falls backwards. Kneel near the head. Grasp his...

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Manual methods of artificial ventilation- Hip lift back pressure method

In certain situations, mouth to mouth respiration cannot be given e.g. when the face is damaged, the lower jaw is fractured, or the lips and mouth have been burned by a poison. In such cases, manual methods are used. Hip lift back pressure method Place the victim face down, forehead resting on the back of the Keep the head straight. Straddle the patient at the level of his hip, placing...

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Manual methods of artificial ventilation- Arm-lift/back-pressure method (Holger Nielsen)

 In certain situations, mouth to mouth respiration cannot be given e.g. when the face is damaged, the lower jaw is fractured, or the lips and mouth have been burned by a poison. In such cases, manual methods are used. Arm-lift/back-pressure method (Holger Nielsen) Place the victim on the ground; face down, the forehead resting on the back of the overlapping hands. Keep the straight, so as to keep air passages...

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Ventilation Methods in Cardiac Arrest/Heart attack

Ventilation methods in Cardiac Arrest/Heart attack How to restore breathing? Mouth to mouth ventilation After the airway is cleared, listen for five seconds with your ear close to the victim’s nose and mouth. If breathing has not been reestablished, perform mouth to mouth breathing by the following technique. l .Pinch and compress nose to close nostrils. Take a deep breath. Place your mouth over the victim’s mouth, making an airtight...

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Resuscitation and ABC of Resuscitation in Cardiac Arrest

Resuscitation and ABC of Resuscitation in Cardiac Arrest  Resuscitation Resuscitation is an emergency technique for the restoration to life or consciousness of the person whose respiration and cardiac activity have ceased. Cessation of these functions results in cessation of oxygenation of blood and pumping of the oxygenated blood to tissues. Since oxygen is essential for survival, resuscitation is done to reestablish tissue oxygenation until respiratory and cardiac functions are restored....

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Causes and Signs of Cardiac Arrest

Causes and Signs of Cardiac Arrest  What are the causes of a cardiac arrest? Electric shock Heart attack Asphyxia Drowning Allergic reaction Severe injuries What are the signs of a cardiac arrest? Unconsciousness. Absence of a pulse. Absence of breathing. Absence of heart beat. Dilated and fixed pupils. A bluish color of skin, lips nail beds.

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Medicinal use of Shotakchini in Heart Diseases, Eye Diseases

शोतकचीनी इसका पौधा मध्यम कद का होता है तथा पत्ते लंबे, जिनकी जड़ों से सफेद रंग के छोटे-छोटे फुल खिलते हैं । यह आमतौर पर खुले मैदानों में मिलता है । गुण तथा लाभ शेतक चीनी पेट के रोगियों के उपचार में सहयोग देने वाली जड़ी है । हृदय-रोगियों को भी इसके सेवन से काफी लाभ पहुंचता है । नेत्र रोगों के लिए तो बहुत ही लाभकारी सिद्ध हुई है...

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