Sudden cardiac death Essays and Term Papers

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Cardiac Arrest

... between Cardiac Arrest and Coronary Artery Disease Cardiac arrest must be treated within minutes or it will result in death. Cardiac arrest is a condition where the heart suddenly stops beating ... , M. (2009). Surviving Cardiac Arrest. Journal……[more]

Words: 3239 (10 Pages) Sources: 7 Topic: Anatomy Document Type: Research Paper

Cardiac Function

Hypertension can be very destructive if present over time and it needs to be addressed. Patients can do this using better diet, no smoking, a low amount of alcohol consumption and increased physical activity. Family history can be very relevant……[more]

Words: 1271 (4 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Medical and Medicine Nursing Document Type: Essay

Electrocardiogram

... cardiac cycle. It is the main instrument for cardiac electrophysiology and has a significant role in screening and diagnosis of cardiovascular diseases, metabolic disorders and predisposition to sudden cardiac death (Daja ...…[more]

Words: 1566 (5 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Nursing Document Type: Term Paper

Account A Nursing Practicum Finished Words Meeting Goals Outcomes Project Main Goal Paper Based A Personal Experience Teaching Helping Nurses Ready A Phillips Heart Start Defbrillator AED

... can and do have cardiac arrest. Estimations state that undiagnosed heart conditions cause the deaths of one individual every three ... deaths occur each year in the U.S. from sudden cardiac arrest. Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is reported to……[more]

Words: 846 (3 Pages) Sources: 2 Topic: Government State Document Type: Essays

Brugada Syndrome

... cardiac arrest. It is titled after the Spanish cardiologists Josep and Pedro Brugada. It is counted amongst one of the key (Nademanee, 1997) reasons for "Sudden Unexplained Death Syndrome" (SUDS), and is the most regularly occurring reason of unexpected……[more]

Words: 1332 (4 Pages) Sources: 2 Topic: Nursing Document Type: Case Study

Cardiovascular Alterations

... . The findings show that the main factor responsible for this sudden death was the behaviour of the victim. He was an athlete and therefore his ...…[more]

Words: 1048 (3 Pages) Sources: 3 Topic: Medical and Medicine Nursing Document Type: Essay

CHF

If an individual has a risk factor for congestive heart failure, the likelihood of getting that disease or condition is increased. However, it is possible to develop congestive heart failure even without the risk factors, and possible that congestive heart……[more]

Words: 14844 (8 Pages) Topic: Drugs and Alcohol Document Type: Term Paper

Tetralogy Of Fallot And Genetics

This paper reviews five articles literature s on Tetralogy of Fallot. Journal of the American Heart Association, British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Cardiovascular Pathology, and Maternal-Child Nursing Care. The paper discusses how genetics may play a part in Tetralogy……[more]

Words: 1410 (4 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Medical Nursing Document Type: Only the Literature Review chapter

IV Aspirin For Acute Myocardial Infarction Patients

Because of this, identification of these patients with aspirin resistance by measuring platelet function is of great interest. As the platelets adhere, they undergo secretion and recruitment of other platelets to build a platelet plug. This is termed ‘platelet aggregation'……[more]

Words: 14003 (100 Pages) Sources: 50 Topic: Medical general Citation Style: Harvard

Heart Disease Gender Differences

... For example, although coronary heart disease represents the major cause of death in both men and women, men are twice as likely to develop coronary ... African-American women do. Men have higher death rates for all 15 leading causes……[more]

Words: 1985 (6 Pages) Sources: 6 Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: MLA

20 Year Old Female With Pulmonary Edema

A 20-year-old woman fainted at the station after about two hours' train ride. In the emergency room, she was pale, set high on the stretcher, was pronounced motor restless, dyspneisk and complained of chest pains. Systolic blood pressure was 140……[more]

Words: 1464 (10 Pages) Sources: 10 Topic: Health Nursing Document Type: Case Study

Pharmacology

... others know that they are on the medications in the event of accidents or sudden illness. This is vital because medical personnel could administer something that ...…[more]

Words: 879 (3 Pages) Topic: Other Document Type: Term Paper

Obesity

[6] Historical analysis indicates that Americans living in the thirty-four years between 1880 and World War I experienced radical changes in the food industry. The Midwest began producing great quantities of wheat and dairy that were shipped via railroad to……[more]

Words: 3131 (10 Pages) Sources: 15 Topic: Health Nutrition Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: Let the writer choose

Sarcoidosis

Sarcoidosis is a multi-organ disease that primarily affects the lungs. Although the causative agents are not known, the disease arises when genetically susceptible individuals encounter environmental agents that are capable of eliciting a type 1 T helper immune response. The……[more]

Words: 1630 (5 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Medical and Medicine Document Type: Term Paper

Charcot Marie Tooth Syndrome

... than a demyelinating disorder and results in peripheral neuropathy through direct axonal death and Wallerian degeneration (Kedlaya 2005). There is also a Type 3, called Dejerine ...…[more]

Words: 2657 (10 Pages) Topic: Genetics Document Type: Term Paper

Weight Loss

In their absence, small diners catering to the lunch hour market quickly appeared. These luncheonettes and self-service cafeterias served canned foods, soft drinks, salads, cold dishes, and sandwiches on toast. Levenstein (1988) shows the great changes that took place in……[more]

Words: 4627 (15 Pages) Topic: Health Nutrition Document Type: Term Paper

Health Maintenance Organization And Impact In The Minorities Community Meaning Hispanics African American Lations Look At States Llike New York New Jersey Conneticut And Chicago

The Institute of Medicine reports that despite improvement at a steady pace in the overall health of the population in the U.S. “racial and ethnic minorities with few exceptions, experience higher rates of morbidity and mortality than non-minorities.” (Agency for……[more]

Words: 14042 (50 Pages) Sources: 50 Topic: Medical and Medicine Health Care Document Type: Thesis

Medicine Coranary Heart Disease

... for Indians, in whom a higher incidence of heart attack and sudden death at relatively young age has been noted for years. ... and the elderly. Recent studies also found an association between sudden cardiac death, peripheral arterial disease……[more]

Words: 5914 (25 Pages) Topic: Criminal Justice Forensics and DNA Document Type: Term Paper

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... rare for healthy children taking these medications, children with cardiac pathology are at a greater risk. This has been reported ... been found to be a consistent trigger for increased risk of sudden cardiac death in athletes who have……[more]

Words: 1843 (6 Pages) Sources: 10 Topic: Exercise Document Type: Essays

Use Of Nanoparticles In Treatment Of Heart Patients

... the general treatment and control of other cardiac issues, coronary artery disease is still the leading cause of death in North America and is a significant problem in other ...…[more]

Words: 936 (3 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Engineering Document Type: Research Paper

Significance In

... a daily walk of 2 or more miles per day could halve the rate of sudden cardiac death, whilst in 1998 the Cooper Clinic in Dallas found similar results. In short ...…[more]

Words: 915 (3 Pages) Sources: 1 Topic: Health Nursing Document Type: Book Review

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... is recorded in the United States, as being the second preventable leading cause of death (smoking is the first) (World Health Organization, 2000). One of the recommendations ... who included a daily walk of 2 or more miles cut……[more]

Words: 827 (2 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Business Consumer Behavior Document Type: Essays

Heart Failure Patient Compliance Issues

According to the nursing diagnosis by the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA), non-compliance is an important issue in the nursing profession (2007). HF patient non-compliance is typically not due to only one factor but rather to many social, cultural,……[more]

Words: 721 (3 Pages) Citation Style: APA

Etiology And Epidemiology Of Cardiac Arrhythmias

... sudden death as a result of cardiac disease (Jaeger, 2010). Many of the patients who have cardiac disease are never diagnosed prior to their first cardiac ... cardiac diseases. Who are at risk for cardiac arrhythmias? (Epidemiology) Patients with……[more]

Words: 656 (2 Pages) Sources: 3 Topic: Medical and Medicine Document Type: Professional Citation Style: Harvard

Congested Cardiac Failure Health Assessment

(Karapolat et al. 2008) Other evaluators include exercise tolerance. The nurse should question the patient how many stairs he is able to climb or what distance he is able to walk before he reaches a stage of exhaustion. Further considerations……[more]

Words: 2095 (7 Pages) Sources: 7 Topic: Health Nursing Document Type: Essay Citation Style: Harvard

Clinical Pharmacology

... may lead to fainting — and in some cases, cardiac arrest and possibly sudden death. It affects an estimated one person in every 5,000 ... , something causes a person's heart to suddenly stop, and unless started up again,……[more]

Words: 8946 (75 Pages) Topic: Criminal Justice Corrections Document Type: Term Paper

Clearly Explain The Effective Use Of An Educational Tool Technique Or Stategy To Help The Client You Have To Understand The Process Of Loss And Grief In A Way That Assists Them

... , and results in syncope, seizures and sudden death. There is a high risk of death associated with diagnosis of this disorder, since sudden death occurs in 30 to 40 percent of patients (Meyer et al., 2003). In this……[more]

Words: 2355 (8 Pages) Sources: 10 Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: Harvard

Business Case For Single Reposnder Ambulance Paramedic To Use Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitaion Without Stops For Ventillating The Patient

... responder not check for a pulse worry in a person who suddenly collapses as some pulses are difficult to detect (American Heart ... many factors, which include whether or not the cardiac arrest was caused by a non-cardiac cause……[more]

Words: 1798 (6 Pages) Sources: 10 Topic: Health First Aid Document Type: Business Proposal

Therapeutic Hypothermia Review

... Sudden Cardiac Arrest" reports an EMS Trauma Research study of the Ohio Department of Public Safety. The study reports that sudden cardiac arrest is the "leading cause of death in the United States and Canada." The report additionally states……[more]

Words: 1355 (7 Pages) Sources: 10 Topic: Nursing Document Type: Essay

Using Alabama Virtual Library UWA Databases Locate Critique Article Topic Attach Article Assignment Knowledge Conflict Resolution Straegies School Emergency Reponse Procedures Juvenile Law

... or sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), affect more than 300,000 Americans each year and are considered the leading cause of death ... in an article entitled  Effectiveness of Emergency Response Planning for Sudden Cardiac Arrest in United States High……[more]

Words: 654 (2 Pages) Sources: 1 Topic: Not Specified Document Type: Essays

Taser

... ; (3) On handcuffed individuals; (3) On anyone located where a fall may cause substantial injury or death; (4) on anyone in physical control of a moving vehicle- of any type whatsoever; (6) in any area ...…[more]

Words: 1645 (5 Pages) Sources: 7 Topic: Corrections Police general Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: APA

Red Cross Training And OSHA

... , perform CPR, use an automated external defibrillator on a victim of cardiac arrest, give first aid and treat sudden illnesses. Part of all standard training is to include information ... mission statement, OSHA is to work to prevent……[more]

Words: 1138 (4 Pages) Topic: Health First Aid Document Type: Term Paper

Is Rehabilitation Of Felony Offenders Possible And Desirable

... to everyday germs or viruses) can send the patient into cardiac arrest--the inference being that things which ... right on conditional [release to doing not so well].... How did it suddenly go from [doing well] ... to ... doing……[more]

Words: 81249 (4 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Drugs and Alcohol Document Type: Essays

Research Methodologies

A dye is applied into the catheter to delineate a radiographic image of the coronary vessels. After the procedure, the femoral sheath is removed and compression is applied on the puncture site. In spite of its clinical significance, coronary angiography……[more]

Words: 4399 (10 Pages) Sources: 20 Topic: Medical Nursing Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: APA

I Would Like This Paper To Look At What The Behavioral Effects Of Marijuana Use Are

... lead to sudden death. National Institute on Drug Abuse holds that cocaine users may experience a sudden cardiac arrest or develop respiratory problems that cause immediate death. There are ...…[more]

Words: 578 (2 Pages) Topic: Chemistry Document Type: Term Paper

I A Claim Policy Essay Banning Smoking Resuarantes 50 States It 6 Pages Including Work Cited Page MLA Format Times Roman 12 Point Font Double Spaced Inch Margins It Main Solution 2 3 Alternative Solutions

... deaths from SHS exposures is: in excess of 3,400 people die from lung cancer, 46,000 die from cardiac-related illness and 430 children die from sudden infant death syndrome which has been associated with SHS exposure (Whincup, 2004). Another 11,000……[more]

Words: 2177 (6 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Women s Issues Health Issues Document Type: Essays

ADHD Medications

(Rubia; Overmeyer; Taylor; et. al, 1999) Starting from 1940 till 1960, the state of ADHD was found out with negligible injury to the brain or dysfunction and its etiology was considered as indignity to the brain like injury in the……[more]

Words: 4743 (12 Pages) Topic: Health Nutrition Document Type: Term Paper

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... a proposal for implementing a specific strategy is outlined with reference to an over-65 hospital cardiac ward.…[more]

Words: 11338 (30 Pages) Sources: 10 Topic: Gerontology Document Type: Essays Citation Style: APA

Ethical Analysis Of Merck And Vioxx

... subjects who utilized Vioxx regularly over a period of 18 months were prone to a cardiac arrest. This paper assesses the question: "How could Merck management ...…[more]

Words: 3976 (11 Pages) Sources: 6 Topic: Business Ethics Document Type: Essay Citation Style: APA

Reckless Endangerment How Outsized Ambition Greed And Corruption Led To Economic Armageddon By Morgenson Gretchen

This paper is a book review of Reckless endangerment: How outsized ambition, greed, and corruption led to economic Armageddon. The book was written by New York Times financial writer Gretchen Morgenson and financial and policy analyst Joshua Rosner, and in……[more]

Words: 67507 (7 Pages) Sources: 1 Topic: Management Document Type: Book Review

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