Research on CPR parameters impact on hemodynamic effects based on mathematics model
Sudden cardiac arrest is one of themost critical clinical syndromes in all of emergency disease. A cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a simple and effective cure means for those sudden cardiac arrest patients, which is to help patients have a relatively effective blood circulation and respiration through compression and ventilation. The CPR can help to restore patients’ heartbeat and breathing, and to protect cardiac, brain and other vital organs. Whether hemodynamic effects are goodor badwill have a direct impact on the survival rate and prognosis for patients.