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    • 1.

      Cardiac Dysfunction


      by sanjoea - 2007-04-16
      Although many disease can involve the heart and blood vessels. Cardiovascular dysfunction results from five principal mechanisms:1. Failure of the pump itself: In the most frequent circumstance, damag...
    • 2.

      How to Select an Automated External Defibrillator


      by Craig Rad - 2007-05-18
      It has been mandated in most US states that AEDs should be placed in schools, health centers, day care facilities, offices, theatres, airports, trains, busses, malls and other public places. It is als...
    • 3.

      AED Precautions You Have to Consider


      by Craig Rad - 2007-05-26
      The precaution and proper use of defibrillators is one important chapter, and it is included in the standardized curriculum of the AED basic training course . The American Heart Association, the Ameri...
    • 4.

      Congestive Heart: What Is Congestive Heart Failure?


      by Daniel B Hyde - 2007-06-20
      It's a terrifying moment for many patients: the moment when the doctor enters their hospital room and informs them they are suffering from congestive heart failure. Many people do not know what conges...
    • 5.

      Sca - Sudden Cardiac Arrest Information


      by Allweb - 2007-06-26
      SCA happens when there is not enough blood pumped to the heart because the arteries may be blocked and it needs immediate resuscitation. The heart rate becomes chaotic and cannot be controlled - this ...
    • 6.

      Fda Approved Aeds


      by Allweb - 2007-06-26
      In some cases, when the automated external defibrillator unit is also used by paramedics in hospitals for monitoring different events, the AED needs to have a screen as well. It is very useful to see ...
    • 7.

      Most Common Aed Precautions


      by Allweb - 2007-07-02
      The American Heart Association, the American Red Cross and the National Safety Council approved and published these precautions for the safety of both the patient and the user of the AED. After the oc...
    • 8.

      Aed Maintenance Tips


      by Allweb - 2007-07-02
      The status indicator must be checked daily. You must look for a flashing black hourglass, which means that the device is all set for use. If you cannot see a flashing black hourglass on the automated ...
    • 9.

      Modern Life Savers - Automatic External Defibrillators


      by Allweb - 2007-11-05
      Unfortunately, people with heart diseases are numerous and as a matter of fact only in the US over 2500 people die each day because of a cardiac arrest! This figure is alarming and there is a solution...
    • 10.

      The Human Heart


      by John Campbell - 2007-12-10
      The human heart is an organ which pumps blood through blood vessels by rhythmic contractions. It is composed of several muscles, and is in every way a muscular organ. It is a composition of involuntar...