shockable


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Adj.1.shockable - capable of being shocked
broad-minded, unshockable - incapable of being shocked; "he was warmhearted, sensible and unshockable"
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shockable

[ˈʃɒkəbl] ADJ she's very shockablese escandaliza por poca or por cualquier cosa
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There is no shockable rhythm, so I continue with CPR while the RN gives adrenaline and inserts the bag-valvemask resuscitator.
sup][4] The provision of epinephrine is currently suggested by both the American Heart Association (AHA) and the European Resuscitation Council in both shockable and nonshockable rhythms.
2%) out-of-hospital cases had shockable rhythms at the time of arrival.
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The role of hypothermia is recognized in patients with initial non-shockable, as well as shockable rhythms [2].
003, of hospital cardiac arrest (67) At shockable rhythms: A-CpR 44%, manual 50%, p: 0.
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Since the new system was installed, dispatchers and responders have experienced a 65 percent survival rate in patients found down in a shockable cardiac rhythm that also received bystander CPR.
Our aim is that by 2020, 50% of people with a shockable heart rhythm will survive a sudden cardiac arrest in the UK.
The fact that he had a shockable rhythm well over an hour post-arrest suggests that he would very likely have responded positively to earlier advanced treatments.