Tag: "bystander" at medical news
Tissue involved in brain development may offer new approach to stroke treatment
...rs say. The choroid plexus has been relegated as a bystander
in the adult brain, says Dr. Cesario V. Borlongan, neuroscientist at the Medical College of Georgia and first author on a study published in the May issue of NeuroReport. But within the last five years, researchers across the world have been compilin...
Cell research uncovers intriguing clues to 'Trojan horse' gene in HIV infection
...ways kill infected immune cells. Instead, it kills bystander
cells and somehow prevents at least some infected cells from dying. "HIV works as both a sword and shield," said Dr. Finkel. "It destroys some immune cells, while taking over the genetic machinery of other immune cells and protecting itself within th...
Study finds factors impeding bystander CPR
...ecific factors that may impede dispatcher-assisted bystander
cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and could pot...sudden cardiac arrest victims, 25 percent received bystander
CPR without dispatcher assistance, 33 percent received CPR from a bystander
receiving instruction ov...
T cell lifespan during HIV infection
...ed cells dying, but a greater number of uninfected bystander
T cells underwent programmed cell death that was not a direct result of HIV infection. Therefore, a new theory has been proposed in which high levels of T cell proliferation reflects a state of chronic immune activation following HIV infection as opp...
Benefit of public defibrillators is marginal
...her emergency services or community schemes, or of bystander
cardiopulmonary resuscitation, explain the authors. Even so, the Department of Health is committed to providing 700 public access defibrillators in 72 sites across England and Wales. Additional resources for wide scale coverage of public access defib...
Injury death rate for Canadian farm children aged 1-6 higher than national average
...ount for three quarters of all fatalities: a child bystander
being run over by farm machinery, a child being an extra rider on a tractor and then being run over after falling from the machine, and a child drowning," says Dr. Robert Brison, Director of the CAISP and professor of Emergency Medicine at Queen's Un...
'Cheerleader' brain signal may act as a task master, Science study suggests
...iscovered a brain signal that, like an encouraging bystander
at a marathon, urges us keep working at a task in order to receive a reward. If these signals are overly active, they might contribute to obsessive-compulsive disorder or drug abuse, according to the study authors. Their research appears in the jour...
Health and fitness facilities need defibrillators
...nd is used to analyze the hearts rhythm and tell a bystander
responding to an emergency whether to deliver an electrical shock to a victim of sudden cardiac arrest. This shock can lead to defibrillation that allows the heart to resume normal rhythm. Many more Americans are now exercising at health and fitness...
Widespread knowledge of CPR, defibrillation vital for saving lives
...sisted CPR approached that of persons who received bystander
CPR without dispatcher assistance (from citizens p...arrest, researchers found that dispatcher-assisted bystander
CPR was associated with an approximately 45 percent improvement in survival to hospital discharge co...
Neighborhoods matter: who gets CPR?
... December 31, 1988. They compared the frequency of bystander
CPR with the demographic data from the1990 census, which divides the city into small geographic areas, usually just afew city blocks, housing an average of about 4,000 people. Why integration made such a difference is not clear. "Sociologists havesu...
Get Me To The ER On Time
...s;heart attack survival plan; symptom recognition; bystander
response to heartattack; and the importance of contacting EMS/911. Luepker says denial and confusion about heart attack symptoms are major reasonswhy many individuals delay seeking emergency care. "People may rationalize. They may take an antacid an...