Henriette Ullerup-Aagaard

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A 44 year-old Somali woman was admitted with chest pain, shortness of breath and weight loss. A transthoracic echocardiography showed extensive intracardiac tumour masses. A transvenous biopsy was performed yielding the diagnosis diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. Thoracic and abdominal computed tomography showed dissemination to several organs. The patient was(More)
Results We included 267 cardiac arrests, 175 out-of-hospital and 92 in-hospital arrests. The cardiac arrests were distributed with 21 % in daytime (08-16), 27 % in the evening (16-00) and 24 % at night (00-08). The causes of cardiac arrests were acute coronary syndrome in 24 %, respiratory insufficiency in 13 %, hypotension in 5 %, arrhythmias in 3 %, other(More)
Background New resuscitation guidelines were published in October 2010. These recommend use of pads instead of paddles and recommend that CPR is continued during charging of the defibrillator. The aim of our study was to investigate the difference in time spent until delivery of the first and second shock using pads versus paddles, and to assess the(More)
Results We identified 246 cardiac arrests; 154 out-of-hospital and 90 in-hospital (and 2 unknown). 66% were male and the median age was 69 years (range 11-99 years). 38% occurred during daytime, 33% during evenings and 29% at night. Over all, the primary cause was unknown in 85/246 (29%). There was a decrease in CA caused by acute coronary syndrome (ACS)(More)
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