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Asystole is cardiac standstill with no cardiac output and no ventricular depolarization; it eventually occurs in all dying patients
Asystole is more likely to occur after several successive shocks have been applied through a set of gel pads and in the presence of high transthoracic
Asystole is usually thought to be a
Asystole is continuing
Asystole is diagnosed by the absence of ventricular activity
Asystole is noted on the monitor
Asystole is still present and there are not vital signs
Asystole is either printed or captured into "code summary"
Asystole is the absence of electrical activity in the myocardium
Asystole is a state of ventricular standstill
Asystole is much easier than remembering the correct order of krebs cycle
Asystole is a flat line
Asystole is a "no shock advised" rhythm
Asystole is the most difficult scenario to work with and change to a productive rhythm
Asystole is not really a rhythm at all
Asystole is difficult to define exactly
Asystole is defined as the complete absence of electrical activity in the myocardium
Asystole is shown on defibrillator monitors so that they can inform
Asystole is likely to be shorter in patients with brain stem death
Asystole is the absence of all cardiac electrical activity
Asystole is when the
Asystole is to be confirmed and documented in two different leads
Asystole is prevented by atropine
Asystole is witnessed by paramedic or determined to be of short duration
Asystole is caused by a profound sino
Asystole is made in a pulseless patient on an ecg machine where the leads are correctly connected and the gain is fully turned up
Asystole is a rare complication
Asystole is produced by vagus nerve stimulation before and after treatment with a
Asystole is not necessary if
Asystole is associated with less favourable prognosis compared to ventricular tachycardia and ventricular fibrillation
Asystole is a very stable rhythm
Asystole is a state of no cardiac electrical activity
Asystole is ventricular standstill
Asystole is determined by the use of cardiac monitor
Asystole is nearly always fatal despite intervention
Asystole is uniformly dismal across studies
Asystole is the complete absence of atrial or ventricular activity
Asystole is less commonly encountered
Asystole is a common side effect of ect in elderly patients
Asystole is not mandatory
Asystole is a very stable rythmn
Asystole is not clear
Asystole is the absence of electrical activity on ecg
Asystole is a constant threat
Asystole is present but occasionally the ecg will show slow sinus rhythm when the patient appears to be dead
Asystole is unclear or it is not caused by an anticipated death as a result of a serious illness or in
Asystole is a force to be reckined with
Asystole is when the heart does not beat
Asystole is not supported by anything i have ever read on this issue and it would seem to be refuted by statements
Asystole is prolonged
Asystole is not vf
Asystole is a common rhythm after defibrillation
Asystole is the presenting rhythm when she is checked with a defibrillator/monitor
Asystole is 1mg iv push
Asystole is the same as that for ventricular fibrillation
Asystole is not a shockable rhythm
Asystole is poor
Asystole is a cardiac rhythm that
Asystole is possible with fentanyl analogues
Asystole is more likely to be seen in patients who have had chronic
Asystole is a real concern when occluding the proximal rca
Asystole is > maintained then we will pronounce
Asystole is present for the entire arrest sequence then we may pronounce in the field
Asystole is that the heart will often spontaneously restart as soon as the current is
Asystole is very unlikely to result in survival or survival without severe disability
Asystole is 1 mg iv push every 3
Asystole is characterized by no electrical or mechanical activity
Asystole is not attempted based on paramedic judgment
Asystole is confirmed in two leads
Asystole is present
Asystole is limited
Asystole is included in this group
Asystole is the medical term for no activity from the heart
Asystole is present on
Asystole is cardiac mechanical and electrical failure
Asystole is confirmed in three leads or has no audible heart
Asystole is also assumed to be successfully treated by the icd
Asystole is seldom successful
Asystole is first drugs
Asystole is preceded by other
Asystole is safe
Asystole is the most common cardiac arrest rhythm in infancy and childhood
Asystole is maintenance of cpr and repeated adrenaline
Asystole is one of the criteria for a carotid sinus hypersensitivity diagnosis
Asystole is an upgrade to the level 39 spell heart flutter
Asystole is part of the natural progression
Asystole is achieved
Asystole is a very stable rhythm; a pt
Asystole is quite common after injecting the right coronary
Asystole is defined as "cardiac standstill or arrest

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