Friday, November 17, 2017

3 Types of Defibrillateur

Defibrillateur is a specialized treatment for chronic dysthymias, ventricular tachycardia and ventricular fibrillation. A Defibrillateur initiates electric current known as counter shock to the human’s heart. The action depolarizes massive heart muscle and stops dysrhythmia. This makes it easy for the sinoatrial node to re-establish the normal heart rhythm.

Here are the three types of Defibrillateur:
1. Manual external defibrillator
Manual external Defibrillateur need the expertise of an experience healthcare provider. Typically, they are used together with an electrocardiogram, which can be inbuilt or separate. A doctor usually checks on the cardiac rhythm and determines the timing and voltage of the electrical shock. These machines are available in hospitals and ambulances. For example, most ambulances in the US and UK are fitted with the machines. Also, many paramedics are trained to use the machines manually to deliver the right electrical therapy with a defibrillator.
2. Manual internal defibrillator
Manual internal Defibrillateur transports the shock via paddles that are put directly on a human’s heart. They are often used in theater and in rare situations in the emergency rooms during a heart surgery.
3. Automated external defibrillator
An automated external defibrillator is also referred to as an AED.  It also has a box that contains crucial information on how to use the machine. The languages are in English, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese. The automated external defibrillators are made for used by non-skilled or medium trained medical experts. Furthermore, the AED come with advanced tech for analysis of heart rhythms. For that reason, one does not need to be a medical expert to use the automated external defibrillators to determine whether or not the rhythm can be shocked. The automated external defibrillators are available for the public to help treat those who suffer from cardiac arrests while far from the hospitals.

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