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In early cardiopulmonary resuscitation procedures we had 20 patients or 7.4% of all patients with ventricular tachycardia, 39 or 14.5% with ventricular fibrillation, 193 or 71.7% of Asystole and 17 or 6.3% with no pulse electrical activity (electromechanical dissociation). At the end of the CPR procedures we had 26 patients or 9.7% of all patients with ventricular tachycardia, 34 or 12.6% with ventricular fibrillation, 168 or 62.5% of Asystole, 14 or 5.2% of electrical activity without pulse and 27 or 10.0% the normal rythm. Of 269 patients with cardiac arrest defribillation is applied to 93 or 34.6%. In outpatien settings defribillation is made to three or 3.2% of patients. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation of 243 patients or 90.3% is applied in hospital environments, to 3 or 1.1% is applied in outpatient settings and 37 or 13.8% is applied cardiopulmonary resusciation (Table 7). In our clinical material 242 or 90.0% of the patients were endotracheal Intubation. The four patients or 1.5% endotracheal intubation is made in outpatient settings , the 238 or 88.5% in hospital environment (from 269 193 patients with cardiac arrest or 71.7% came in emergency wthout life-signs, and 76 or 28.3% of patients had pupil-dilated less than 4 mm. Basri Lenjani, Cardiac Arrest - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
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