How can life be saved in the condition of cardiac arrest? Cardiologist told the way

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In the condition of cardiac arrest, if CPR is given inside within 6 minutes, then life can be saved.
CPR is the only method in case of cardiac arrest, which can be life saving.

CPR May Save Life After Cardiac Arrest: In the last few months, due to Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA), many people suddenly lost their lives while roaming around and dancing. Surprisingly, most of the people who lost their lives were young. Cardiac arrest is a condition in which suddenly the heart stops working and the blood supply to the brain stops. When the heart goes into stand still position, then the person suddenly falls unconscious. If the person does not get immediate help in the condition of cardiac arrest, then he would have died there. Now the question arises that how can a person be helped after cardiac arrest? Let’s know the answers to the questions related to this from the cardiologist.

What should be done in the condition of cardiac arrest?

of New Delhi Dr. Vanita Arora, Senior Cardiologist, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital According to the first 6 minutes are most important after sudden cardiac arrest. If cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is given to the patient within these 6 minutes, then his life can be saved. By continuously giving CPR till the ambulance arrives or the patient gets the help of the doctor, the chances of saving life increases considerably. If there is a delay of more than 6 minutes and no help is received, then the person may become brain dead and may also die. CPR can be life saving in the condition of cardiac arrest.

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Can CPR save lives?

Dr. Vanita Arora says that cardiopulmonary resuscitation is called CPR. This is a process, in which a person presses the chest of a person coming to cardiac arrest continuously for a few minutes. This helps the heart and can save a person’s life. To give CPR, first of all, make the unconscious person lie down straight. After this, you place both hands in the middle of his chest and compress 100 times continuously in about a minute. Also ask the people around to call an ambulance. If you keep doing this till the arrival of an ambulance or any help from the nearest hospital, then people’s lives can be saved even after cardiac arrest. Sometimes a person regains consciousness through CPR.

What to do to avoid cardiac arrest?

According to cardiologists, the risk of cardiac arrest has increased due to deteriorating lifestyle, wrong eating habits, excessive stress, smoking, lifestyle without physical activity and clot formation. To avoid this, adopt a healthy lifestyle. Exercise every day. Take a healthy diet and make a distance from smoking immediately. Keep yourself physically active and get health checkup done from time to time. Control your weight. Control Diabetes, BP, Cholesterol and meet a cardiologist in case of problems.

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