Update : 2021년 03월 08일


- Handheld mask allo...
- Is the US-China Tr...
- Asian Project Mark...
- Takemasu, Making C...
- Issues with Policy...
- Social Security fo...
- Patrick Harlan (TV...
- Sony’s Revival
- Will India Manage ...
- THE OBSCURE ΙΜPRIN...

일본어로 수학 가르치는 일원 상록 학습관



hold on Korea Society


칼럼Zone

국제 금융 浦沙短筆
풍경, 2021년 2월
히로미의 사설보기
고령화사회 대책 대강(代綱)
速 종합 격투기 통신
UFC 챔피언 생피에르, 최고...
게일 킴 핫라인
Overview of and ...
Here's What Happened
Independent Film...
재일교포 그리고 일본
재일교포 이야기
Bold English
Go by the book
SOCCER INVESTOR
공격수 아데바요르, 레알 완전...
Asia Pacific Yard
"Night Schools" ...
일본인에게 영어를
일본 산의 매력
어느 바텐더의 날들
十夜「ある冬の夜の出੖...
한지붕 두나라
일본을 떠날 때까지
평범녀의 빌린 인생
무라카미 류
민주주의 상징 김대중
70년 대선, 박정희와의 한판...
각양각색 동북아 소식
일본항공, 아메리칸 에어라인과...
Movie Craze
(Old) Sex and th...
The 힐링여행 SOUM숨
Black sauced noo...
자전거 일본 여행기
무소의 뿔처럼 혼자서 가라!

세계가 보는 일본




flag counters

세이코, 마침대 2세대 시각장...
두번째 모유뱅크 개설, 도너 ...
조리사 로봇, 한번에 면 3개...
태국 방콕에 사상 첫 일본 고...
러시아 내 최초 일본 물품 전...
[칼럼] 호리천리(毫釐千里)
지자체, 외국인 안전위한 재난...
헬로키티 신칸센, 하카타-신오...
외국인 관광객, 품목 구분없이...
일본 가정 내 결정권, 아내의...


Here's What Happened NJSave up to 70% on your next stay with Hotelclub.com
Why CPR helps to save lives [ 2015.08.14 ]

[NewsJapan.net] CPR is one of the most important skills you can learn to save a life. According to the American Heart Association, performing CPR doubles or even triples a person’s chance of survival in sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). In the United States, only 32% of SCA victims receive CPR by a bystander if outside a hospital. Consequently, knowing CPR can help prevent an unnecessary death from cardiac arrest.

Most people have been exposed to CPR while watching movies or TV shows; however, many are intimidated to actually try it in an emergency situation for fear of making someone worse. Here is something for you to remember: you cannot make a person who would otherwise be dead “more dead.” It is much better to do something, even if your technique is flawed, than to do nothing, and forever wonder if your assistance would have made a difference.

There are many people, some with CPR training, who do not understand what CPR actually is or why it can help.

So, what is CPR?

•CPR stands for Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation, or in layman’s terms:
•Cardio = Heart
•Pulmonary = Lungs
•Resuscitation = Revival or ‘bring back from apparent death’
CPR is a cycle of chest compressions and rescue breaths to manually pump oxygenated blood throughout the body.

And why is oxygen so important for my body? Because the cells in your body depend on oxygen to function. Imagine that oxygen is like fuel for your car. Without oxygen, your body simply will not run. Your lungs are responsible for breathing in oxygen to enter the bloodstream. This oxygen-rich blood needs to travel all around the body, and this is where your heart comes in. The heart serves as a pump, using electrical impulses to push blood through a network of blood vessels delivering oxygen to the tissues and organs of the body. If cells do not have oxygen, they start to die and serious damage to vital organs can happen within minutes. If the heart stops functioning, blood stops flowing to the brain, and a person will collapse and be considered in Sudden Cardiac Arrest.

Some common examples of what can cause Sudden Cardiac Arrest:

1.Heart Disease
2.Heart Attack
3.Abnormal heart rhythm (most commonly Ventricular/Atrial Fibrillation)
4.Sudden blow to the chest from a car accident or other injury
5.Drug overdose
6.Electric Shock
Quick tip: A heart attack is not the same thing as sudden cardiac arrest. A heart attack is when the heart’s own blood supply is blocked. This can lead to sudden cardiac arrest where the heart starts to beat erratically or stops beating altogether.

If a person is in sudden cardiac arrest, they are in the worst possible state of health, and are considered to have clinically died. This is where “Resuscitation” becomes important.

Imagine that your heart and lungs normally run on ‘auto pilot’: you breathe and your heart pumps without you having to think about it. During sudden cardiac arrest, this stops, and the only way to get oxygen to vital organs is for someone else to pump your heart manually. CPR is like switching to manual controls: the rescuer’s breaths provide oxygen and their chest compressions pump oxygenated blood throughout your body. The rescuer is artificially breathing and pumping blood for you. If they stop, your blood supply stops, and oxygen doesn’t reach your brain. CPR is able to circulate approximately 20-40% of normal circulation, giving that person extra time to receive emergency medical care.

Unlike the movies, it is not likely that a person’s heart will resume beating normally with CPR alone. This is why it is so important to contact emergency medical services to get the patient to an emergency room as soon as possible. Emergency Rooms are equipped with the necessary medications, equipment, and trained professionals to regain a patient’s normal heart rhythm, or back to ‘auto pilot’ mode.

Quick Tip: Make sure you know the number for emergency medical services in your area: in Thailand, that number is 1669. It is also a good idea to program the Emergency Room Numbers for the hospitals near your home and workplace into your phone. Bumrungrad International Hospital’s 24 hour Emergency Room contact is +66 (0) 2667 2999.

If there is an AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) available, use it as soon as possible. It is significantly more effective than CPR to restore normal rhythm. Your heart uses electrical impulses to create contractions; however, during cardiac arrest, the heart is often in fibrillation, which means that it is beating erratically and inefficiently. A defibrillator sends a shock to the heart, stunning or stopping it momentarily, so that it can hopefully resume its normal rhythm.

AEDs are simple to use and designed to be intuitive. The rescuer will need to apply the pads as pictured to the person’s bare chest and may need to press a button to deliver the shock. Some AEDs will deliver a shock automatically and some even give instructions on how to perform CPR in between shocks. The most important thing is not to touch the patient while the shock is being delivered. AEDs will not give a shock to someone who does not need it.

We hope this article has helped explain why CPR helps to save lives. If you have any questions you can add a comment in the form below. If you would like to learn how CPR actually is performed you can read our next article How to perform CPR available on the Bumrungrad HealthPoint blog.

By Laurie Coyler –Charusorn, Emergency First Response Instructor and Business Unit Director, and Dr. Preecha Laohakunakorn, Pediatric Cardiologist at the Children Center, Bumrungrad Hospital

대한민국 유일의 일본 뉴스 전문 매체- 뉴스재팬 (NewsJapan.net)


< Copyrights (C) 뉴스재팬 / www.newsjapan.net 무단전재 및 재배포 금지 >
Facebook Share / 페이스북 공유
To E-mail / 기사 메일송신 | To Print Out / 기사 출력


  • Unexpectedly Surprisingly The Most Popular News >>   의외로 가장 많이 읽혀진 뉴스
“Ask a Pediatrician” baby workshop
木育(mokuiku) Nature it is
Tokyo Sky Tree opens
To deal with adversity, Japanese companies...
All Nuke Reactors Shut Down
"Night Schools" in the Affected Area Start...
Save pets in Fukushima
PiFanでは毎日、星が輝く
特別展-SFアニメーションの伝説:宇宙&#...
Dance course becomes compulsory curriculum...
Enjoy Exciting PiFan with Ha Seon Park, th...
전설의 프로레슬러, 스팅(Sting) 단독 인터뷰
최경량 월드챔프, 레이 미스테리오 단독 인터뷰
도시바 반도체 데이터, SK하이닉스로 불법 유출?
프로레슬링 디바, 크리스탈 단독 인터뷰
NO.1 아나운서 후나키, 타지리 일본행 만족
WWE 차세대 기대주, 바비 레슐리 단독 인터뷰
일본 대학생, '아이팟으로 출첵!'
후속탐사기 개발착수, 생명의 기원 규명 다가서
미 코니스, 10GB 초소형 하드디스크 개발
토미오카 공장의 세계문화유산 등재, 내수 활성화로
自転車の道路交通法
글쓴이
비밀번호 * 삭제시 필요합니다.(4~6자이내)
제목
내용
타인의 명예를 훼손하거나 개인정보를 유출하는 등 법률에 위반되는 글은 삼가하여 주시기 바랍니다. 게시물에 대한 민형사상의 법적인 책임은 게시자에게 있으며 운영자에 의해 삭제되거나 관련 법률에 따라 처벌 받을 수 있습니다.
글쓰기전 최종체크
주간 베스트 뉴스











exclusive image

뉴스재팬 소개 / About Us  |   광고 제휴 / Advertisements  |   만드는 사람들 / Staffs  |   By Other Presses                                                                              시작페이지로  |   즐겨찾기로

 
NPO 法人 |   Incorporated Non Profit Org. Answer Asia / 비영리기구 앤서아시아 (아시아의 평화와 우호를 생각하는 모임)
Main Spot |   アンサ一アジア ヘッドオフィス is located at Takajukacho Hirakata Osaka Japan
K Spot |   Alternative School is at #126 F1 Sangroksu Apt Mall Ilwonbondong Gangnamgu Seoul Korea
T Spot |   PR Place is at Soi Vuthiphan Rachaprarop Rd. Rajathevee Bangkok Thailand
Contact |   E-mail : newsjapanet@gmail.com | Need a phone number? Email first | Very active from the year of 2005
          Copyright ⓒ 2004 ~ 2020 NewsJapan.net. All rights reserved. Contact newsjapanet@gmail.com for more information. admin