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2019, vol. 5, iss. 13, pp. 180-184
The power of media as educational weapon in cardiopulmonary resuscitation or a fictional vision without reality
aDom zdravlja Subotica, Subotica
bDom zdravlja Ugljevik, Bosna i Hercegovina
cResuscitacioni Savet Srbije

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Keywords: cardiopulmonary resuscitation; cardiac arrest; cardiopulmonary resuscitation in television shows
Abstract
Aim: The correlation of causes, progress and outcome of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) was analyzed in television (TV) shows and compared with the current CPR recommendations and interventions outcome in EuReCa_Serbia program. Methodology: The epidemiologycal data literature review about interventions and outcome of CPR in TV-shows with predominantly medical thematics was analyzed. The results of the available literature were compared with the data from the EuReCa_Serbia program Results: In 2043 episodes of popular TV-shows, CPR was observed at 790. The leading cause of cardiac arrest was trauma is not supported by the literature. In TV-shows cardiac arrest is mostly recorded in males (51-81%). The survival between 13-72% is significantly higher than in the available literature. In 30-64% CPR was not performed as the current recommendations suggest. Conclusion: In TV-shows, no correlation was observed between causes, progress and outcome of CPR and realistic data. Perception of reality is non-consistent, it's adapted to the needs of drama. Therefore, these shows cannot be considered as educative. However, the high percentage of survival after the cardiac arrest might significantly encourage bystanders to start CPR, but also create obstacles to emergency medical services by idealisation of the TV-show actors. It would be necessary to liaise with relevant TV directors and others who are related to the broadcast of shows with CPR included to state at the beginning and at the end of the shows that the content is an art-perception of the reality.
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article language: Serbian
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DOI: 10.5937/JRB1913180B
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