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Professionals are trained for emergencies cardiovaculares stadiums

 
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Foto: Marcelo Camargo/ABr
Foto: Marcelo Camargo/ABr
Foto: Marcelo Camargo/ABr
Training made the Brazilian Cardiology Society (SBC) with three groups of doctors and nurses from the Ministry of Health Professionals will be on hand to terinados meet cardiovascular emergencies that may occur with the athletes or the viewing public during the Confederations Cup Students will learn to recognize when a person is having a heart attack, a stroke or a heart attack
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Training made the Brazilian Cardiology Society (SBC) with three groups of doctors and nurses from the Ministry of Health
Professionals will be on hand to terinados meet cardiovascular emergencies that may occur with the athletes or the viewing public during the Confederations Cup
Students will learn to recognize when a person is having a heart attack, a stroke or a heart attack

About 80 professionals including doctors, physiotherapists and nurses are being trained by the Brazilian Society of Cardiology (SBC) to meet any emergencies that may occur in cardiovascular sports arenas during the Confederations Cup. They will work repeaters for Training Emergency Cardiovascular (Teak), which will be conducted in São Paulo, Salvador and Rio de Janeiro for professionals of all host cities of the competition.

With learning, professionals can prevent sudden death victim has since conditions will diagnose and deliver the first service. According to the coordinator of the Training Center of SBC, Sergio Timerman, the Teak has a theoretical part and a practical in which students learn to recognize when a person is having a heart attack, a stroke or a cardiac arrest.

In the practical part are used dolls electronic low and high fidelity in size, which simulate the reactions of a human being. The low-fidelity help simulate simple calls and high-fidelity simulations help in more serious problems. The mannequins have wrist and may suffer heart attack or cardiac arrest. Students doing massage resurrecting that if not done properly takes the doll to death, showing that the student has not done the procedure correctly.

Timerman underlined that it is important to have people trained in stages because we know that in places with concentrations above 1500 people, the probability of such a problem happening increases. If we have a cardiac arrest in such an event and the person is not answered in time the possibility of death is very large. Every minute that passes after a cardiac arrest increases by 10% the probability that the victim dies. If not done on-site support, it will not do anything.

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