Further, the court noted that the plaintiff's expert opined that accepted practice, as reflected in guidelines promulgated by the American Heart Association, required that emergency responders presented with an asystolic
patient must confirm the absence of a heart rhythm in at least two lead configurations.
Support transplants from asystolic
donors when they begin in Coventry.
Transplantation and Reanimation of Hearts Removed from Donors 30 Minutes after Warm, Asystolic
Death," Archives of Surgery 128 (1993): 989-92.
This algorithm (ventricular safety pacing) avoids an asystolic
pause in case of ventricular oversensing.
Such factors call for a protocol for asystolic
organ donation to allow more patients and families the opportunity to donate.
This study adds to the strength of clinical evidence affirming the effectiveness of pacemakers in reducing the recurrence of asystolic
syncope, allowing us to determine which patients may benefit best from pacing," said Michele Brignole, M.
Prophylactic suppression of PVCs with antiarrhythmic drugs is not recommended unless they lead to hemodynamic compromise and there is the possibility that its use may be associated with increased risk of fatal bradycardic and asystolic
Immediately after transportation to the ambulance, it was established that she had an asystolic
We report on the thrombolytic management of a woman who had an asystolic
cardiac arrest secondary to a massive PE while undergoing caesarean delivery.
During the call, the patient went into cardiac arrest and was in an asystolic
rhythm for more than 12 minutes.