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2018, vol. 43, iss. 4, pp. 193-197
Cardiopulmonary cerebral resuscitation of children
aOpšta bolnica Leskovac, Služba laboratorijske i medicinske biohemije, Leskovac
bOpšta bolnica Leskovac, Odeljenje neurologije, Leskovac
cClinical Centre 'Zvezdara', Belgrade

emailnatasazdravkovic.nz@gmail.com
Abstract
Cardiopulmonary cerebral resuscitation is performed in threatening or severe cardiac arrest. Cardiopilmonal cerebral resuscitation measures in children differ from those in adults due to the specific anatomical, physiological and pathophysiological characteristics of children, as well as due to the etiological differences in the occurrence of heart failure. In children, the most common is a secondary cardiac arrest (strangulation by strange body, drowning, trauma, upper respiratory tract infection, hypovolemia). Basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation is a set of measures which everybody who is in contact with children have to know. It involves determining the child's consciousness, breathing and pulse, and accordingly evacuation of the child, artificial respiration and heart massage. In infants and children, if the reanimation is conducted by two people, 15 compressions is followed by 2 ventilation. If resuscitation is carried out by one person, then the compression-ventilation ratio of 30: 2 is for all - babies, children and adults. After 5 cycles of cardiopulmonary resuscitation or 2 minutes of massage, put an automatic electric defibrillator, monitor the heart rate on the monitor of the device and follow the device's voice instructions. In reanimation at birth, compression-ventilation ratio of 3: 1 is still recommended. Measures of advance life support involve the use of drugs and defibrillation and they are applied by adequately educated individuals.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Book/Journal Review
DOI: 10.5937/tmg1804193Z
published in SCIndeks: 04/04/2019

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