Comparative Study of Mechanical and Manual Compression in the Resuscitation of Patients with Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest

Abstract

Objective: To analyze the effect of mechanical and manual compression on the resuscitation effect of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients. Methods: The 40 trained medical personnel who are skilled in bare hand compression and cardiopulmonary resuscitation machines were divided into two groups with 20 people in each group. The control group consists of a bare hand compression group while the observation group consists of cardiopulmonary resuscitation group. The two groups of people performed heart compression on the simulated person and observe the effect of the two compression methods on the patient during the cardiac arrest operation. Results: The resuscitation success rate in the control group was 65%, the resuscitation success rate in the observation group was 90%. The systolic blood pressure, heart rate, blood oxygen saturation, the accuracy rate of compression depth frequency, and interruption time in the observation group (cardiac resuscitation compression group) were significantly better than the control group (bare hand compression group). Conclusion: The use of mechanical compression has a small error rate, a high success rate, saves time and effort, and can effectively help patients. It is worth promoting and applying.