ON OXYGENATION EBS Process Question
Within a community of residing adults, what is the effectiveness of hands-only CPR compared with the hands used together with breathing CPR when trying to prevent mortality?
PICOT Problem Statement
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation in community-residing adults using hands-only CPR versus breathing and hand use CPR are both useful when trying to avoid death if the people involved are fully aware of the precautions and steps to take while undertaking the process.
Patient and Clinical Problems
Patients who are suffering from cardiac arrests and neurologic outcomes have a high chance of needing cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Efficient use of both hands-only CPR versus breathing and hand use CPR may improve their survival chances and boost their neurologic outcomes when they undergo any form of an attack. The hands-only CPR versus breathing and hand use CPR training programs assist nurses, and the public on the treatment criteria to efficiently handle patients with cardiac arrests emergencies, resulting in an increase of the cardiac arrests survival rates for many patients across the world (Lamboy & Donohue, 2015).
The hands-only CPR versus breathing and hand use CPR involves the nurses or an individual doing chest compressions, in addition to artificial ventilation that is used to sustain the circulatory flow of blood and the oxygenation of the lungs during the cardiac arrests. Hands-only CCR involves only the chest