Questions related to CPR
My Objective is to simulate the impact of climate change on maize yields in Isingiro District under future climate scenarios. 0.8435° S, and 30.8039° E
Where can I get the above R Scrit for simulation for RCP4.5 and RCP 8.5 from?
Will be greatful if any one who has can share with me
Nuclear waste is one of the major problems posing a threat to the world. Researchers are trying to find a method for permanently disposing of this waste. The Geological Disposal of HLW is gaining importance. Will it be suitable to use granite rock for this purpose?
How to Incidence of LCP (Left-handed circularly polarized ) or RCP (right-handed circularly polarized) polarized wave at any unit metasurface in CST?
I want to design a metasurface for circular dichroism as the reference paper is attached. I have designed the attached paper in CST but I am not getting the same result. I am using a plane wave of RCP and LCP.see the attached image.
Ventilation during adult cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is poorly understood. Therefore, guideline recommendations are limited. The use of waveform capnography is in part recommended to monitor frequency. Other ventilation measurements such as tidal volume or inspiratory pressure are not regularly obtained, especially when a bag-valve system is used. The use of new monitoring devices can improve guideline adherence and could lead to better understanding of ventilation during CPR. Different EMS systems have varying levels of training, equipment and resources during CPR of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) patients. To better understand the current state of ventilation monitoring during OHCA CPR researcher/practitioner feedback and international perspectives on this question are needed and very much appreciated.
The study of ventilation during adult cardiac arrest remains challenging due to the unexpected nature of sudden cardiac arrest and the limited resources/personnel on site. This is especially true for interventions that influence outcomes when applied early in the cardiac arrest phase. Therefore, animal models (i.e. pigs, dogs), manikins, human cadavers and computer models have been used to study intra-arrest ventilation. Also, some data has been made available from registries and clinical studies in humans.
While the possible answers to my question heavily depend on the respective research question, personal perspectives on the well known experimental models, as well as lesser known models for this niche of cardiac arrest research, would be very much appreciated.
Please note, that I do not to intend to discuss airway management during cardiac arrest. Although, I'm aware that both intra-arrest ventilation and airway management are closely connected.
My research is related to kinetic facade for building energy efficiency. I am using EnergyPlus to do simulations at the moment. I also want to study how my facades work in future climate change scenarious.
Could someone let me know where I can download the epw. file related to RCP 2.6, 4.5, 6.0 and 8.5?! I would so much appreciate your help!
With the best regards,
Anh Tu Pham
In my research I came across a relatively large number of criminal manslaughter cases where death was caused by improper CPR administration (about 30 cases in 10 years all over Russia). The validity of the established practice remains to be established because Russian criminal law provides for immunity from criminal prosecution for harm done negligently in exceeding the limits of extreme necessity (Part 2 Article 39 of the Russian Criminal Code).
Trying to broaden my research a came across a vast number of articles on Good Samaritan Laws in the common law countries, and, as far as I understand, they provide immunity only for civil charges.
Is there any research on the criminal liability for providing improper emergency care or any case law on it?
Hi, I am currently undertaking a species distribution modelling project using maxent and RCP predictions.
However I am encountering issue where when I put it the required number of replicates (5) it will complete the first replicates (labelled 0) and then stop displaying an error saying layer bio 1 is missing and then failing to produce the further replicates. Any help would be much appreciated.
There are total of nine GCM from CIMP 6, and I am confused which model suits best for my study . I want to determine change in land suitibility with respect to 3 SSP, RCP 2.6, 4.5 And 8.5 for year 2060.
I would be grateful to your response.
I am currently conducting a meta-analysis (using RevMan 5.3) for one of my classes.
I am interested in comparing the clinical pregnancy rate (CPR) between spontaneous ovulation and HCG-triggering in frozen-thawed embryo transfer.
The included articles either present a CPR per cycle, or per embryotransfer, so I have made two subgroups. I have one article that presents data for CPR per cycle, as well as CPR per embryotransfer, in the same sample.
My question is: can I include that article in both subgroups? Or does that mean I'm using the "same data" twice when I can't?
Thank you for any answers!
I have read in some articles about unstable crack growth which is sometimes referred to as RCP, however it seems that there is a clear difference between unstable crack growth and RCP. According to a paper from Leevers, P. (2001; ISBN: 0-08-0431526 📷 pp. 3322±3329 ;see attached image), he differentiated between an unstable crack growth which follows a slow crack Growth (SCG) when a critical value K1c is reached and an RCP which also follows SCG, however in a different way. I am grateful for any kind of explanation.
Here is a question for everyone that I am currently stumped on:
Is there some standardized metrics or quality targets for in-hospital cardiac arrests rates?
Its related to the work I am doing to implement CCOT at SPH. The CCOT literature uses a variety of measures and it gets a little confusing:
· Code blue (all types) per 1000 admissions or per 1000 discharges
· Cardiac Arrest (only code blue with CPR) per 1000 admissions or per 1000 discharges
· Code blue or Cardiac arrest excluding critical care areas (i.e., ED, ICU, CCU, CSICU, OR/PACU) per 1000 admissions or discharges
I looked through CIHI and it does not look like they have any stats on in-hospital cardiac arrest rates that I could find. We keep track of code blue data, but I don’t think it is reported to any external organizations. The UK and Australia have done rapid response systems for far longer, but I haven’t come across any official standardized metrics or definitions of what is considered good, bad or ugly in the way of targets.
Thanks in advance for any assistance you can offer.
I have to excite the metasurface with the circularly polarized source(RCP and LCP). and I have to measure the Co-Pol and Cross-Pol Reflection coefficient from that. Any software is O.K
Thanks in advance
Teamwork is one of the most important components of non-technical skills in cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Efforts have been made more than two decades ago to clarify the dimensions of teamwork in a resuscitation situation. The purposes of this group are to share the experiences and knowledge of experts on the factors that influence teamwork, training programs or guides to promote teamwork, teamwork assessment tools, and teamwork barriers to resuscitation. I hope that by sharing teamwork knowledge and skills, we will play an important role in promoting the care of critically ill patients. so you can share your experiences, knowledge, and suggestions for improvement in CPR.
I am postgraduate student who is very stuck with some statistical analysis.
I am trying to calculate the biodiversity of continuous plankton recorder (CPR) data of phytoplankton which has been resolved to genus level. I was originally wanting to calculate average taxonomic distance but have had some technical difficulties there so have resulted to trying to find a different biodiversity index.
I know all the indexes have pros/cons based on research question, but am struggling to find anything to help inform my decision. So far am leaning towards Hill numbers?
If anyone had any advice about these biodiversity indexes, or could point me in the direction of some useful references, that would be very helpful!!
Aim: quantile mapping with scarce data
Limitation: 13 years of data only
Goal: climate projection (RCP 4.5 and 8.5)
I have recently repeatedly observed pulmonary haemorrhage in association to an appropriate use of the LUCAS device by different team for OHCA CPR. This was very different from haemorrhagic secretions, that can somtimes occur during prolonged CPR.
Any thoughts or experience?
Referred breath as energy and like to know the phenomenon when a person encounters Near Death Experience and revives back after CPR where does the breath/energy stay interim and return back to ignite consciousness.
Dissertation is questioning whether CPR is the main priority in a traumatic cardiac arrest.
During CPR, we usually change the way of cardiac compression from maual to mechanical after 10-15 minute of CPR?
Is it reasonable ? which is the better way of cardiac compression?
In march a 9-year-old boy came to our outpatient clinic because of a wound in the occipital part of his head. In autumn of 2016 the boy was in a car crash, underwent CPR and was in an ICU. In ICU a pressure ulcer developed on the boy’s head. The boy’s wound was treated for more than 5 months without success, and the parents decided to come to our hospital.
We applied a polymeric membrane dressing (Polymem). The wound eventually closed after 5 months but very soon it opened again (it measures approximately just 25 % less than in march). After 2 months there is almost no progress. The wound itself is clean, with very little exudate, and the wound bed covered with granulation tissue.
Does anyone have any idea what we could do to promote the healing of the boys wound or what might be the cause that the wound does not heal?
Thank you for your answers!
We had a 23 years old who had a gunshot injury in the right 3rd space 2 hours ago. A right chest tube was inserted and it drained 250 cc blood with complete lung expansion. ECG and cardiac enzymes were normal. Echo was performed which showed a mild hemopericardium with no tamponade. CT Chest showed a right sided lung contusion with mild pericardial collection and the bullet in the subcaribal region. He was monitored in ICU on IV fluids, Tramal 50 mg TID and perfalgan 1gm QID. Patient was fully conscious initially and remained same for 8 hours then started to be agitated. He was ventilated electively due to CO2 retension 9 hours after trauma because of respiratory acidosis. F UP ECHO showed mild rim of pericardial effusion with no tamponade. F UP CT showed the same CT findings presented earlier. Patient was kept ventilated for 3 days on no inotropes. Suddenly he became severely agiatated again on ventilator with good blood gases. He arrested for 40 minutes despite good CPR. An urgent subxiphoid drainage window was performed and drained only 50cc. ECG regained again for 2-3 minutes then arrested again and he was declared dead. Where was the problem? What we missed in the management? What are the possible causes of death?
I need to perform a western for Artemisia annua genes CYP and CPR. Does anybody has antibody? If anybody has antibody for even one of these genes, could you pl. provide a small aliquot?
I'm doing some work on improving outcomes in patients who suffer traumatic cardiac arrest.
Case history: a 30 year old male motorcyclist is brought to the emergency department having crashed his motorbike into a tree. He has multiple injuries, but was conscious with a palpable pulse at scene. He deteriorates en route. On arrival in your resuscitation room he is not breathing and has no palpable pulse.
Quick poll - who would initiate chest compressions in this case?
hello, I built a Bicistronic P450 and CPR plasmid in pcw vector. It could not work well while the gene be constructed in pcw can express well respectively. I notice that the second gene can express in this bicistron. Does it mean that the first gene has expressed, but without activity?(I didnot do an SDS-PAGE)
Another question: Does the length of link sequences between two genes will affect the first gene‘s expression？
PS: my internal sequence TAATAGGTACCTAAGAAGGAGATATAATATG
bolds are stop codon and start codon; italics are RBS.
Hope you guys have already red the assessment tool of the newly revised AHA BLS for adults (see attachment in JPEG). The answer is "sometimes yes", if the victim/patient is less than 5 minutes from an unwitnessed or witnessed sudden death. However, should the proper use of body mechanic be emphasised on the assessment tool of the AHA BLS for adults especially the proper use of hands, arms and body to pump the chest?
In our population the carbondioxid values are increasing in the first period of time (~15 minutes), if CPR is performed with LUCAS. After 30 minutes of cpr or more in some cases the carbondioxid values are than decreasing lightly.
Feedback devices seem to improve compliance to Guidelines in CPR. Are there any outcome studies proving improved outcomes (i.e. ROSC, admission to hospital) in humans?
Published or unpublished data about cardiac arrests (affecting children or adults) occurring on school grounds.
I am a PhD student at Swansea University looking at the psychological and health impact of failed dispatcher-assisted CPR on an emotionally close relative following out of hospital cardiac arrest.
Acid-base Status, Carbon Dioxide Tensions, Oxygenation Status, Pupil Responses, Presenting Rhythm, Duration of CPR, Brain Stem Reflexes, Level of Consciousness, Electrophysiological Findings, Prediction-of-Awakening Scores
The most useful predictors are the presenting rhythm, duration of resuscitation, bystander CPR, early defibrillation, and the level of consciousness after resuscitation. However, an accurate prediction of good or poor outcome cannot be made with certainty in every case
One of the most critical points of CPR is to check for efficacy of chest compression on blood circulation. In some cases, we tested CPR value by using echocardiography after the 3rd cycle of cardiac massage. This could be helpful into decision of stopping CPR, as the LV (or RV) are more or less thrombized. Any ideas?