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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In multivariable analysis, the only factors independently associated with increased survival to hospital discharge were shockable rhythm (odds ratio 6.82; 95% confidence interval CI 2.7719.80; p
But the shockable news is that the people of Balicha are deprived of basic facilities like health, education, clean drinking water and many more.
The researchers undertaking the study believe that can be explained by the lower rate of something called "shockable initial rhythm" in women (33 per cent versus 52 per cent).
Dr Hanno Tan, the lead researcher said, "We found that the worse outcome in women is largely attributable to the fact that women had about half the chance of having a shockable initial rhythm compared to men."
They applied a defibrillator, which said that there was no shockable heart rhythm.
The proposals of Lucknow Pact were shockable for British government.
Some years ago when it was established that hundreds of youngsters were dumped in a sewer Fr Brian D'Arcy said it was "as shockable" as some of the outrages which took place in Germany during WW2.
A wide variation of survival rates existed even when patients had similar EMS arrival times, the same shockable rhythm status, the same number of epinephrine administrations, and the same rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation interventions.
For patients with shockable or non-shockable rhythms, the adjusted odds ratios were 3.36 (95 percent confidence interval, 1.78 to 6.35) and 2.38 (95 percent confidence interval, 0.89 to 6.34), respectively.
Performing CPR keeps the blood flowing to vital organs such as the brain and increases the chances of the heart remaining in a "shockable" rhythm until a defibrillator is used.
In his evidence yesterday, Mr Long had said Hayley had a shockable heart rhythm but he "did not recognise it" at the time.
Time to administration of epinephrine and outcome after in-hospital cardiac arrest with non shockable rhythms: retrospective analysis of large in-hospital data registry.