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Avoid sudden death by quick cooling

...l that could be injected into the lungs of cardiac arrest victims to rapidly cool their hearts and brains. T... brought to the emergency room with sudden cardiac arrest and then his heart can be cooled and the heart can be treated slowly while a machine is used to circ...

Herbs for Rememberance

... in senile dementia". The herb has been shown to arrest memory loss due to normal ageing.Brahmi is a fascinating herb which has been said to improve brain and peripheral circulation, improve mood, promote positive personality and behaviour and to help reduce fits in epilepsy. Along with another herb calle...

Need to use defibrillators

...efibrillator use can help those who have a cardiac arrest and are easier to use. Nearly quarter of a million people die from cardiac arrest each year in the United States.// Many lives could be saved if prompt action is taken to restart the...

Almost a death experience

...e-threatening medical crisis - typically a cardiac arrest - and often progress down a tunnel towards a 'bein...E - but this was not linked to the duration of the arrest or time unconscious. It was more common among the under-60s and women and more people who had NDE's ...

Cooling decreases heart attack effects

...iac arrest.When the heart suddenly stops - cardiac arrest - there's a great danger that the brain will be st...hey looked at patients who had experienced cardiac arrest due to ventricular fibrillation - an abnormal heart rhythm. One group had their body temperature red...

Harm to the chest can be destructive

...hers looked at 100 cases of a rare type of cardiac arrest called commotio cordis, which occurred after a blow on the chest. As many as 80 per cent of these individuals died, while resuscitation saved the lives of 19 others (the remaining two recovered spontaneously). The type of blow that causes commotio co...

Defebrillators in use

...efibrillator use can help those who have a cardiac arrest and are easier to use. Nearly quarter of a million people die from cardiac arrest each year in the United States. Many lives could be saved if prompt action is taken to restart the h...

Hazards of anger in heart patients

...sufficient enough to cause life threatning cardiac arrest in patients with heart disease by provoking an abnormal heart rhythm. A device called " ICD-Implantable cardioverter-defibrillator" which is implanted in the chest, restores the normal rhythm of the heart by the release of an electric shock.The dev...

Father of CPR dies at 79

...prevent brain damage in people who survive cardiac arrest but are left unconscious. "This is a huge loss. Can you imagine what he would have come up with in the future?" said James E. Cottrell, president of the American Society of Anesthesiologists....

Atkins Diet Damaging to Heart

...an and a 16-year-old girl died from sudden cardiac arrest while on the Atkins diet. The group wants the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to look into adverse effects. Atkins diet promoters said the group was being anything but responsible in making this announcement. Agence France-Presse rep...

Vasopressin Found To Boost Survival In Sudden Cardiac arrest

...ar, more than 600,000 people die of sudden cardiac arrest in North America and Europe, usually because of //...ystole, and nearly all die. For a century, cardiac arrest victims have been given epinephrine, a synthetic adrenaline that constricts blood vessels and boosts...

A New Option for Patients Suffering From QT Syndrome

...ection, some patients experience storms of cardiac arrest resulting in multiple shocks. This can be frighten...archers found surgery reduced fainting and cardiac arrest by 91 percent, even in a population of patients at an especially high risk....

WHO Issues Caution Against Bird Flu Epidemic

... strong precautionary measures need to be taken to arrest the virus at its roots. In the avian form, the disease is borne by wild birds, especially ducks, and so it may be difficult to contain the spread of the disease. FAO advises that instead of killing the poultry population, it is important to impose st...

New Oral Medication That Could Arrest Autoimmune Diseases In its early Stages

...y lead to the development of an oral medication to arrest autoimmune diseases in the early stages....

Strong emotions can cause heart problems

...ema and television that anger causes// the cardiac arrest of people, there may be truth in those gross dramatizations. Yale University researchers have found out that sudden strong emotion, like anger or anxiety, may cause the muscles in the heart to twitch. This may be especially true for people with previ...

Ayurvedic Therapies Cashing In On Medical Tourism

...therapies are for Arthritis patients, treatment to arrest the ageing process, high blood cholesterol, diabetes, body slimming, stress management and beauty treatments. Although good wholestic Aryvedic treatments can come at a high cost many health conscious individuals are opting for the Ayurvedic experienc...

Yoga for preventing weight gain in middle age

...nutes of a week for four or more years can lead to arrest of weight gain in obese people in their middle ages. Researchers had looked into the data collected from 15,500 men and women in the age group of 45 and 55 years. People, who are at a normal weight, gained about 3 pounds less than people who did not...

Regular Use Of Cocaine Can Impair Brain Functions

...rom cocaine addiction are typically due to cardiac arrest or seizure followed by respiratory attacks....

Doctor demonstrates `psychic surgery'

...e said that Orbito is not a proclaimed offender to arrest him from another country. "There are charges against him and we will arrest him when he comes next to Bangalore," they added....

Competitive Sports: Is the heart Sportive Enough?

... cause the deaths, but rather it triggered cardiac arrest in athletes with underlying diseases predisposing them to life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias. In one 17-year study by the Centre for Sports Medicine of Padua involving nearly 34,000 athletes less than 35 years old, over 1,000 were disqualified...

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