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Assessment of the Results of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and its Effective Factors in Pastor Bam Hospital

Author: ALI OMIDI, ABOUTALEB HAGHSHENAS, NAEIMEH TAYEBI, MEYSAM CHAHKHOEI, MARYAM ASKARY ZADEH MAHANI
Abstract: Background: Sudden cardiac arrest is one of the main causes of death worldwide. The incidence of cardiac arrest and the rate of survival among hospitals is very different. This difference suggests that more cardiac arrest can be prevented and improve survival by improving resuscitation quality strategies. The purpose of this study was to determine the results of cardiopulmonary resuscitation and its associated factors in Pastor Bam Hospital, Iran. Methods: In this retrospective descriptive-analytic study, records of patients who had undergone cardiopulmonary resuscitation from the first of April 2006 to the end of March 2009 were used by census method. Data were analyzed using Pearson correlation coefficient and independent t-test and multiple linear regression analysis using SPSS-23 software. Results: In this study, from 478 cases of resuscitation, the number of successful resuscitation was 18.6%. The highest prevalence in the primary diagnosis is with 15 cases of MI and trauma. There was no significant difference between successful revolutions in different shifts (P = 0.49). The highest type of rhythm was associated with asystole and there was a significant difference between the early rhythms and the percentage of successful resuscitation (P <0.001). The highest resuscitation rate was in the emergency department (35%), which statistically showed a significant difference in the percentage of successful resuscitation in different parts (P <0.001). Conclusions: With every ten years of age, the chance of success decreases with increasing resuscitation time. The chance of success in resuscitation in emergency and emergency departments is less than the public sector. A stronger resiliency team helps the resuscitation rate to be improved, as well as paying attention to patients who are still unshaken rhythms are necessary to increase the success rate of resuscitation.
Keyword: Pulmonary arrest, Pulmonary resuscitation, Hospital
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