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Survival in cardiac arrest during COVID-19 decreases

An extra-hospital cardiac arrest (PCEH) involves the mechanical interruption of the heart, the heart stops beating and can cause death if cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is not started immediately by bystanders with the use of a defibrillator.

Cardiac arrests on the rise during the COVID19 pandemic around the world

Since the beginning of the pandemic, a increase in the incidence of extra-hospital cardiac arrest (PCHE) in several countries at the beginning of COVID-19.

Mitsubishi air purifiers with HEPA filter

The spread of SARS-CoV-2 is associated mainly through the air in the air in indoor environments. For this reason, preventive measures are required to mitigate short to medium range airborne transmission.

People with heart attacks arrive late to the hospital for fear of becoming infected with COVID-19

With everything that we are going through in these moments of the global pandemic of COVID-19, cases arise that are beyond our control, healthily speaking.

The new Coronavirus - We solve doubts

Coronaviruses are a type of virus family that usually affects animals. On certain occasions there may be transmission with humans. There are many types of coronaviruses, and all of them when they affect a person, he will study with a cold clinic.

Importance of performing a quality CPR

Cardiorespiratory arrest is a sudden and unexpected interruption of the electrical and / or contractile activity of the heart, potentially reversible, which requires early treatment as it leads to the death of the person quickly.

Leprosy, a disease that has been present for 4 thousand years

Hansen's disease better known as leprosy is an infectious disease caused by a bacilliferous bacterium called Mycobacterium leprae.

A defibrillator for all heart stops

The survival chain is a concept that appears in the Vital Support Recommendation Guidelines of the European Resuscitation Council on a series of actions that must be performed when handling a possible cardiac arrest in order to increase the survival rate. 

We all have the ability to be heroes easily saving lives

 It is not necessary to be health personnel to save lives. Everyone, without the need for higher education in health, has an inner hero, saving lives.

Saving lives since childhood

Many wonder about why children should learn to use a defibrillator? We have the ability to learn by saving lives.


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