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  • unaware of the dangers of cardiac arrest, in which the heart suddenly loses its ability to function. Most cases of cardiac arrest that result in sudden death
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  • "Operation Heartbeat," that focuses on reducing sudden deaths from cardiac arrest. Cardiac arrest, an abnormal heart rhythm that stops the heart from effectively
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  • America's biggest killers, sudden cardiac arrest. Every day—every day—more than 600 Americans die from sudden cardiac arrest. In some cases, the cause is long-term
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  • death from cardiac arrest has also been a major health threat. Yet fortunately, more Americans are learning the warning signs of cardiac arrest. Calling
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  • prisoner does not experience any pain associated with the paralysis and cardiac arrest caused by the second and third drugs, pancuronium bromide and potassium
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  • dangerous, addictive drug. Cocaine can kill: deaths from respiratory and cardiac arrest from cocaine overdose are increasing among all age groups. Recently
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  • 12 Postprocedural cardiac arrest I97.120 Postprocedural cardiac arrest following cardiac surgery I97.121 Postprocedural cardiac arrest following other surgery
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  • electrical signals that stimulate the contractions of the heart, inducing cardiac arrest. Ibid. The proper administration of the first drug ensures that the
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  • buildings in order to improve survival rates of individuals who experience cardiac arrest in such buildings, and to establish protections from civil liability
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  • venous complications following incomplete spontaneous abortion O03.36 Cardiac arrest following incomplete spontaneous abortion O03.37 Sepsis following incomplete
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  • decedent, Jack Slee, was participating when he died of a stress induced cardiac arrest. Additionally, in the December, 1989 deposition, counsel learned that
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  • cardiovascular disorders originating in the perinatal period P29.81 Cardiac arrest of newborn P29.89 Other cardiovascular disorders originating in the
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  • Improvement Act of 1986, the Native Hawaiian Health Care Act of 1988, the Cardiac Arrest Survival Act of 2000, section 712 of the American Jobs Creation Act
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  • effusion (J90) R09.2 Respiratory arrest Cardiorespiratory failure Excludes1: cardiac arrest (I46.-) respiratory arrest of newborn (P28.81) respiratory
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  • records. The cause of death was immediate brain injury resulting in cardiac arrest. 27. The Mission has examined, analysed and carried out tests at
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  • cause of death concluded to be immediate brain injury resulting in cardiac arrest. 139. An Opel which followed the motorcade from Nejmeh Square to the
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  • disease (I69.-) Z86.74 Personal history of sudden cardiac arrest Personal history of sudden cardiac death sucessfully resuscitated Z86.79 Personal history
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  • affects the heart causing a change in heart rate. In very rare cases cardiac arrest has been reported when cisplatin was taken with other chemotherapy drugs
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  • beginning of your cardiac problems! That's going to be a real problem. It is your kindly deeds that are responsible for the cardiac arrests and heart failures
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  • all muscular-skeletal movements, and (3) potassium chloride to induce cardiac arrest. In Baze v. Rees, 553 U. S. 35, the Court held that this protocol does
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