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Automated external defibrillator electrode pad placement by the general public and health-care providers : A manikin study
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Automated external defibrillator electrode pad placement by the general public and health-care providers : A manikin study
Park, Si-Eun;
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 Abstract
Purpose: This study aimed to assess defibrillator pad positioning by the general public and healthcare providers during basic life support (BLS) renewal education (RE). Methods: A total 130 subjects performed defibrillation using an automated external defibrillator (AED) equipped with electrode pads developed by the researchers and male resuscitation manikins, in order to assess electrode pad placement (EPP) before BLS RE. Subjects included 54 Healthcare providers (HP) and 76 members of the general public (GP). Results: The apex EPP was positioned in the risk area (RA), more than 5 cm distant from the area recommended, by 63.2% of the GP (n
 Keywords
Defibrillation;Electrode pads;Electrode pad position;Automated external defibrillator;
 Language
Korean
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