Asystole

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 16, 2012 Under: death
Asystole is a condition or rate of a heart beat without electrical activity and without electrical activity the heart is unable to pump blood. It can be seen as a flat line on a heart monitor as in death.  There is primary asystole and secondary asystole.  Primary asystole occurs when heart cells can no longer produce their metabolic process in order for your heart to continue it's function. As people get older their bodies are subject to degeneration of cells as part of the aging process. If people do not take care of their bodies and one's health becomes of risk and subject to heart blockages or blocked arteries, that results in heart attacks because blood can no longer flow through the heart properly.  Secondary asystole is a component of the first asystole.  When the body is deprived of oxygen or by being underwater and an overdose can cause the heart to go into asystole.

Since asystole is not exactly located on a map depending on the one you may be looking at for direction, one may not be able to find it's physical location. Asystole is not some quaint little town overseas known for its artistry and ancient style that people congregate to walk the cobblestone grounds and eat at one of the many outdoor eateries as they take in such breathless scenery.

Lots of times accidents or situations occur when you simply need a doctor in the house. Time is of the essence and what makes one famous is often what one uses as such for a cure of any malady cometh upon one, as for the lesson in history. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is a procedure performed to stimulate the heart and brain in order to sustain life in an individual when a person cannot do it on their own as when one has no pulse, heartbeat and  is not conscious. Circulation of blood and oxygen to the brain is vital. Tissue death along with brain damage is what can result from the brain and heart being deprived from oxygen. CPR involves chest compressions of about 5cm deep and 100 beats per minute to create the effect of external stimulation and flow of blood to the heart. The goal of CPR is to make the body's heart begin to beat on it's own again or to create a heart rate or rhythm in which a defibrillator can be used to restore it. Unfortunately defibrilators only work on rates or rhythms such as ventricular fibrillation or ventricular tachycardia. Please note: there exists heart rates or rhythms called coarse and fine ventricular fibrillation. In this instance the body produces random electrical activity because the cells in the body and heart are damaged because of the lack of oxygenated blood flowing through it. This causes the heart to die and cease electrical activity this leads to asystole and death.

Portable CPR devices are on the market and are somewhat costly. What is really needed is to combine both CPR and defibrillator into one machine.  The reason for doing so is this: Portable CPR machines are mechanical devices that work battery operated or plug outlet. The CPR machine sits atop the individual as it stimulates the heart by using a pump to get the heart to beat on it's own. It goes at the same rate as if one were doing it by hand at 5cm deep and 100 beats per minute. Time would be saved if the portable CPR machine would then become a defibrillator at the sign or detection of a heart rate or rhythm coming from the person. The CPR and defibrillator machine operation would have two leads that extend out from the machine. These leads will connect to the corresponding lead connectors that are attached to the defibrillator pad/electrode. The entire defibrillator pad/electrode is placed on the patient. The actual device or pump that is responsible for stimulating the person heart can be placed atop the defibrillator pad/electrode, it will not interfere with the mechanical CPR function.  The computerized machine inside the CPR/defibrillator machine will generate any existing heart rate from the person, the machines screen or one can be attached by HDMI or USB will show ekg activity. Once the heart begins to develop a rate or rhythm the defibrillator will instaneously by voice activation say "heart rate or rhythm detected" and will countdown  and deliver a shock to the persons heart.  It will continue to do this until the heart begins to function again. This machine can be continued to be used in the ambulance or aircraft while taking the person to the hospital. It has an optional battery backup as well.

By allowing the mechanical CPR and defibrillator machine to do it's job the other technicians around now have time to decide if dextrose, or epinephrine should be given to the patient in order to dilate air passage ways and for cellular respiration.  In the event of sodium channel toxification Vernakalent which is an antiarrhythmic will block the sodium channels from producing the asystole in a person. Ventilation with endotracheal intubation and oxygen can be used to establish regular heart beat along with sodium bicarbonate to assist the heart in beating normally and in stable condition.

It's not nice to bury folks alive and you won't have to with the portable mechanical CPR and defibrillator machine.


 

In : death 



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Asystole

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 16, 2012 Under: death
Asystole is a condition or rate of a heart beat without electrical activity and without electrical activity the heart is unable to pump blood. It can be seen as a flat line on a heart monitor as in death.  There is primary asystole and secondary asystole.  Primary asystole occurs when heart cells can no longer produce their metabolic process in order for your heart to continue it's function. As people get older their bodies are subject to degeneration of cells as part of the aging process. If people do not take care of their bodies and one's health becomes of risk and subject to heart blockages or blocked arteries, that results in heart attacks because blood can no longer flow through the heart properly.  Secondary asystole is a component of the first asystole.  When the body is deprived of oxygen or by being underwater and an overdose can cause the heart to go into asystole.

Since asystole is not exactly located on a map depending on the one you may be looking at for direction, one may not be able to find it's physical location. Asystole is not some quaint little town overseas known for its artistry and ancient style that people congregate to walk the cobblestone grounds and eat at one of the many outdoor eateries as they take in such breathless scenery.

Lots of times accidents or situations occur when you simply need a doctor in the house. Time is of the essence and what makes one famous is often what one uses as such for a cure of any malady cometh upon one, as for the lesson in history. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is a procedure performed to stimulate the heart and brain in order to sustain life in an individual when a person cannot do it on their own as when one has no pulse, heartbeat and  is not conscious. Circulation of blood and oxygen to the brain is vital. Tissue death along with brain damage is what can result from the brain and heart being deprived from oxygen. CPR involves chest compressions of about 5cm deep and 100 beats per minute to create the effect of external stimulation and flow of blood to the heart. The goal of CPR is to make the body's heart begin to beat on it's own again or to create a heart rate or rhythm in which a defibrillator can be used to restore it. Unfortunately defibrilators only work on rates or rhythms such as ventricular fibrillation or ventricular tachycardia. Please note: there exists heart rates or rhythms called coarse and fine ventricular fibrillation. In this instance the body produces random electrical activity because the cells in the body and heart are damaged because of the lack of oxygenated blood flowing through it. This causes the heart to die and cease electrical activity this leads to asystole and death.

Portable CPR devices are on the market and are somewhat costly. What is really needed is to combine both CPR and defibrillator into one machine.  The reason for doing so is this: Portable CPR machines are mechanical devices that work battery operated or plug outlet. The CPR machine sits atop the individual as it stimulates the heart by using a pump to get the heart to beat on it's own. It goes at the same rate as if one were doing it by hand at 5cm deep and 100 beats per minute. Time would be saved if the portable CPR machine would then become a defibrillator at the sign or detection of a heart rate or rhythm coming from the person. The CPR and defibrillator machine operation would have two leads that extend out from the machine. These leads will connect to the corresponding lead connectors that are attached to the defibrillator pad/electrode. The entire defibrillator pad/electrode is placed on the patient. The actual device or pump that is responsible for stimulating the person heart can be placed atop the defibrillator pad/electrode, it will not interfere with the mechanical CPR function.  The computerized machine inside the CPR/defibrillator machine will generate any existing heart rate from the person, the machines screen or one can be attached by HDMI or USB will show ekg activity. Once the heart begins to develop a rate or rhythm the defibrillator will instaneously by voice activation say "heart rate or rhythm detected" and will countdown  and deliver a shock to the persons heart.  It will continue to do this until the heart begins to function again. This machine can be continued to be used in the ambulance or aircraft while taking the person to the hospital. It has an optional battery backup as well.

By allowing the mechanical CPR and defibrillator machine to do it's job the other technicians around now have time to decide if dextrose, or epinephrine should be given to the patient in order to dilate air passage ways and for cellular respiration.  In the event of sodium channel toxification Vernakalent which is an antiarrhythmic will block the sodium channels from producing the asystole in a person. Ventilation with endotracheal intubation and oxygen can be used to establish regular heart beat along with sodium bicarbonate to assist the heart in beating normally and in stable condition.

It's not nice to bury folks alive and you won't have to with the portable mechanical CPR and defibrillator machine.


 

In : death 



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Asystole

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 16, 2012 Under: death
Asystole is a condition or rate of a heart beat without electrical activity and without electrical activity the heart is unable to pump blood. It can be seen as a flat line on a heart monitor as in death.  There is primary asystole and secondary asystole.  Primary asystole occurs when heart cells can no longer produce their metabolic process in order for your heart to continue it's function. As people get older their bodies are subject to degeneration of cells as part of the aging process. If people do not take care of their bodies and one's health becomes of risk and subject to heart blockages or blocked arteries, that results in heart attacks because blood can no longer flow through the heart properly.  Secondary asystole is a component of the first asystole.  When the body is deprived of oxygen or by being underwater and an overdose can cause the heart to go into asystole.

Since asystole is not exactly located on a map depending on the one you may be looking at for direction, one may not be able to find it's physical location. Asystole is not some quaint little town overseas known for its artistry and ancient style that people congregate to walk the cobblestone grounds and eat at one of the many outdoor eateries as they take in such breathless scenery.

Lots of times accidents or situations occur when you simply need a doctor in the house. Time is of the essence and what makes one famous is often what one uses as such for a cure of any malady cometh upon one, as for the lesson in history. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is a procedure performed to stimulate the heart and brain in order to sustain life in an individual when a person cannot do it on their own as when one has no pulse, heartbeat and  is not conscious. Circulation of blood and oxygen to the brain is vital. Tissue death along with brain damage is what can result from the brain and heart being deprived from oxygen. CPR involves chest compressions of about 5cm deep and 100 beats per minute to create the effect of external stimulation and flow of blood to the heart. The goal of CPR is to make the body's heart begin to beat on it's own again or to create a heart rate or rhythm in which a defibrillator can be used to restore it. Unfortunately defibrilators only work on rates or rhythms such as ventricular fibrillation or ventricular tachycardia. Please note: there exists heart rates or rhythms called coarse and fine ventricular fibrillation. In this instance the body produces random electrical activity because the cells in the body and heart are damaged because of the lack of oxygenated blood flowing through it. This causes the heart to die and cease electrical activity this leads to asystole and death.

Portable CPR devices are on the market and are somewhat costly. What is really needed is to combine both CPR and defibrillator into one machine.  The reason for doing so is this: Portable CPR machines are mechanical devices that work battery operated or plug outlet. The CPR machine sits atop the individual as it stimulates the heart by using a pump to get the heart to beat on it's own. It goes at the same rate as if one were doing it by hand at 5cm deep and 100 beats per minute. Time would be saved if the portable CPR machine would then become a defibrillator at the sign or detection of a heart rate or rhythm coming from the person. The CPR and defibrillator machine operation would have two leads that extend out from the machine. These leads will connect to the corresponding lead connectors that are attached to the defibrillator pad/electrode. The entire defibrillator pad/electrode is placed on the patient. The actual device or pump that is responsible for stimulating the person heart can be placed atop the defibrillator pad/electrode, it will not interfere with the mechanical CPR function.  The computerized machine inside the CPR/defibrillator machine will generate any existing heart rate from the person, the machines screen or one can be attached by HDMI or USB will show ekg activity. Once the heart begins to develop a rate or rhythm the defibrillator will instaneously by voice activation say "heart rate or rhythm detected" and will countdown  and deliver a shock to the persons heart.  It will continue to do this until the heart begins to function again. This machine can be continued to be used in the ambulance or aircraft while taking the person to the hospital. It has an optional battery backup as well.

By allowing the mechanical CPR and defibrillator machine to do it's job the other technicians around now have time to decide if dextrose, or epinephrine should be given to the patient in order to dilate air passage ways and for cellular respiration.  In the event of sodium channel toxification Vernakalent which is an antiarrhythmic will block the sodium channels from producing the asystole in a person. Ventilation with endotracheal intubation and oxygen can be used to establish regular heart beat along with sodium bicarbonate to assist the heart in beating normally and in stable condition.

It's not nice to bury folks alive and you won't have to with the portable mechanical CPR and defibrillator machine.


 

In : death 



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Asystole

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 16, 2012 Under: death
Asystole is a condition or rate of a heart beat without electrical activity and without electrical activity the heart is unable to pump blood. It can be seen as a flat line on a heart monitor as in death.  There is primary asystole and secondary asystole.  Primary asystole occurs when heart cells can no longer produce their metabolic process in order for your heart to continue it's function. As people get older their bodies are subject to degeneration of cells as part of the aging process. If people do not take care of their bodies and one's health becomes of risk and subject to heart blockages or blocked arteries, that results in heart attacks because blood can no longer flow through the heart properly.  Secondary asystole is a component of the first asystole.  When the body is deprived of oxygen or by being underwater and an overdose can cause the heart to go into asystole.

Since asystole is not exactly located on a map depending on the one you may be looking at for direction, one may not be able to find it's physical location. Asystole is not some quaint little town overseas known for its artistry and ancient style that people congregate to walk the cobblestone grounds and eat at one of the many outdoor eateries as they take in such breathless scenery.

Lots of times accidents or situations occur when you simply need a doctor in the house. Time is of the essence and what makes one famous is often what one uses as such for a cure of any malady cometh upon one, as for the lesson in history. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is a procedure performed to stimulate the heart and brain in order to sustain life in an individual when a person cannot do it on their own as when one has no pulse, heartbeat and  is not conscious. Circulation of blood and oxygen to the brain is vital. Tissue death along with brain damage is what can result from the brain and heart being deprived from oxygen. CPR involves chest compressions of about 5cm deep and 100 beats per minute to create the effect of external stimulation and flow of blood to the heart. The goal of CPR is to make the body's heart begin to beat on it's own again or to create a heart rate or rhythm in which a defibrillator can be used to restore it. Unfortunately defibrilators only work on rates or rhythms such as ventricular fibrillation or ventricular tachycardia. Please note: there exists heart rates or rhythms called coarse and fine ventricular fibrillation. In this instance the body produces random electrical activity because the cells in the body and heart are damaged because of the lack of oxygenated blood flowing through it. This causes the heart to die and cease electrical activity this leads to asystole and death.

Portable CPR devices are on the market and are somewhat costly. What is really needed is to combine both CPR and defibrillator into one machine.  The reason for doing so is this: Portable CPR machines are mechanical devices that work battery operated or plug outlet. The CPR machine sits atop the individual as it stimulates the heart by using a pump to get the heart to beat on it's own. It goes at the same rate as if one were doing it by hand at 5cm deep and 100 beats per minute. Time would be saved if the portable CPR machine would then become a defibrillator at the sign or detection of a heart rate or rhythm coming from the person. The CPR and defibrillator machine operation would have two leads that extend out from the machine. These leads will connect to the corresponding lead connectors that are attached to the defibrillator pad/electrode. The entire defibrillator pad/electrode is placed on the patient. The actual device or pump that is responsible for stimulating the person heart can be placed atop the defibrillator pad/electrode, it will not interfere with the mechanical CPR function.  The computerized machine inside the CPR/defibrillator machine will generate any existing heart rate from the person, the machines screen or one can be attached by HDMI or USB will show ekg activity. Once the heart begins to develop a rate or rhythm the defibrillator will instaneously by voice activation say "heart rate or rhythm detected" and will countdown  and deliver a shock to the persons heart.  It will continue to do this until the heart begins to function again. This machine can be continued to be used in the ambulance or aircraft while taking the person to the hospital. It has an optional battery backup as well.

By allowing the mechanical CPR and defibrillator machine to do it's job the other technicians around now have time to decide if dextrose, or epinephrine should be given to the patient in order to dilate air passage ways and for cellular respiration.  In the event of sodium channel toxification Vernakalent which is an antiarrhythmic will block the sodium channels from producing the asystole in a person. Ventilation with endotracheal intubation and oxygen can be used to establish regular heart beat along with sodium bicarbonate to assist the heart in beating normally and in stable condition.

It's not nice to bury folks alive and you won't have to with the portable mechanical CPR and defibrillator machine.


 

In : death 



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Asystole

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 16, 2012 Under: death
Asystole is a condition or rate of a heart beat without electrical activity and without electrical activity the heart is unable to pump blood. It can be seen as a flat line on a heart monitor as in death.  There is primary asystole and secondary asystole.  Primary asystole occurs when heart cells can no longer produce their metabolic process in order for your heart to continue it's function. As people get older their bodies are subject to degeneration of cells as part of the aging process. If people do not take care of their bodies and one's health becomes of risk and subject to heart blockages or blocked arteries, that results in heart attacks because blood can no longer flow through the heart properly.  Secondary asystole is a component of the first asystole.  When the body is deprived of oxygen or by being underwater and an overdose can cause the heart to go into asystole.

Since asystole is not exactly located on a map depending on the one you may be looking at for direction, one may not be able to find it's physical location. Asystole is not some quaint little town overseas known for its artistry and ancient style that people congregate to walk the cobblestone grounds and eat at one of the many outdoor eateries as they take in such breathless scenery.

Lots of times accidents or situations occur when you simply need a doctor in the house. Time is of the essence and what makes one famous is often what one uses as such for a cure of any malady cometh upon one, as for the lesson in history. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is a procedure performed to stimulate the heart and brain in order to sustain life in an individual when a person cannot do it on their own as when one has no pulse, heartbeat and  is not conscious. Circulation of blood and oxygen to the brain is vital. Tissue death along with brain damage is what can result from the brain and heart being deprived from oxygen. CPR involves chest compressions of about 5cm deep and 100 beats per minute to create the effect of external stimulation and flow of blood to the heart. The goal of CPR is to make the body's heart begin to beat on it's own again or to create a heart rate or rhythm in which a defibrillator can be used to restore it. Unfortunately defibrilators only work on rates or rhythms such as ventricular fibrillation or ventricular tachycardia. Please note: there exists heart rates or rhythms called coarse and fine ventricular fibrillation. In this instance the body produces random electrical activity because the cells in the body and heart are damaged because of the lack of oxygenated blood flowing through it. This causes the heart to die and cease electrical activity this leads to asystole and death.

Portable CPR devices are on the market and are somewhat costly. What is really needed is to combine both CPR and defibrillator into one machine.  The reason for doing so is this: Portable CPR machines are mechanical devices that work battery operated or plug outlet. The CPR machine sits atop the individual as it stimulates the heart by using a pump to get the heart to beat on it's own. It goes at the same rate as if one were doing it by hand at 5cm deep and 100 beats per minute. Time would be saved if the portable CPR machine would then become a defibrillator at the sign or detection of a heart rate or rhythm coming from the person. The CPR and defibrillator machine operation would have two leads that extend out from the machine. These leads will connect to the corresponding lead connectors that are attached to the defibrillator pad/electrode. The entire defibrillator pad/electrode is placed on the patient. The actual device or pump that is responsible for stimulating the person heart can be placed atop the defibrillator pad/electrode, it will not interfere with the mechanical CPR function.  The computerized machine inside the CPR/defibrillator machine will generate any existing heart rate from the person, the machines screen or one can be attached by HDMI or USB will show ekg activity. Once the heart begins to develop a rate or rhythm the defibrillator will instaneously by voice activation say "heart rate or rhythm detected" and will countdown  and deliver a shock to the persons heart.  It will continue to do this until the heart begins to function again. This machine can be continued to be used in the ambulance or aircraft while taking the person to the hospital. It has an optional battery backup as well.

By allowing the mechanical CPR and defibrillator machine to do it's job the other technicians around now have time to decide if dextrose, or epinephrine should be given to the patient in order to dilate air passage ways and for cellular respiration.  In the event of sodium channel toxification Vernakalent which is an antiarrhythmic will block the sodium channels from producing the asystole in a person. Ventilation with endotracheal intubation and oxygen can be used to establish regular heart beat along with sodium bicarbonate to assist the heart in beating normally and in stable condition.

It's not nice to bury folks alive and you won't have to with the portable mechanical CPR and defibrillator machine.


 

In : death 



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