pulseless


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Pulseless disease and atypical coarctation of aorta, with special reference to their genesis.
In one study Levine et al14 evaluated 150 consecutive victims of cardiac arrest outside the hospital who had pulseless electrical activity.
VICI Valco's Cheminert Model M6 and M50 Liquid Handling Pumps are a new generation of pumps for precision handling of liquids and/or gases, producing a bidirectional pulseless flow with a range of more than six orders of magnitude (5 nL/min to 5 mL/min for the M6; 1 [micro]Lmin to 25 mL/min for the M50).
Since 2005 the American Heart Association (AHA) has advocated that high-quality CPR is the most critical component of the resuscitation of a pulseless patient.
Bradyarrhythmias, atrioventricular block, asystole, and pulseless electrical activity.
Through the course of the night she went into pulseless electric activity three times and required cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
A 25-year-old male, approximately 90 kg, was retrieved from the sea by an inflatable rescue boat and returned to shore in an unresponsive, non-breathing and pulseless state.
Dobins is found pulseless and not breathing this morning.
An anesthesiologist was eventually successful at intubation, but the woman was pulseless for 17 minutes.
The child was found by a parent, pulseless after being put down for a nap.
Patients in the Emergency Preservation and Resuscitation for Cardiac Arrest from Trauma (EPR-CAT) trial must have at least one sign of life present within the 5-minute period prior to ED arrival or in the ED, and have no response to open-chest cardiopulmonary resuscitation with clamping the aorta or remain pulseless for 5 minutes despite aggressive resuscitative efforts.