Hemodynamic effects of continuous abdominal binding during cardiac arrest and resuscitation.


Abdominal binding improves arterial pressure and flow during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). This study was undertaken to assess the mechanisms of improved hemodynamics during cardiac arrest and CPR with continuous abdominal binding in a canine model (n = 8). Carotid and inferior vena caval (IVC) flow probes and cineangiography were used to observe… (More)


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