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Immediate anticoagulation with heparin and an attempt at cardioversion is recommended. This should be followed by an infusion of amiodarone to maintain sinus rhythm if it has been restored, or control ventricular rate in situations in which atrial fibrillation persists or recurs. Patients with a ventricular rate of less than 100 beats/min, with no symptoms, and good peripheral perfusion constitute a low risk group. When the onset of atrial fibrillation is known to have been within the previous 24 hours anticoagulation with heparin should be undertaken before an attempt is made to restore sinus rhythm, either by pharmacological or electrical means.
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It occurs more commonly during lighter levels of unconsciousness or when cerebral perfusion improves after resuscitation from cardiac arrest. Prodromal retching may allow time to place the patient in the lateral recovery position or head down (Trendelenburg) tilt, and prepare for suction or manual removal of debris from the mouth and pharynx. Regurgitation is a passive, often silent, flow of stomach contents (typically fluid) up the oesophagus, with the risk of 26 Medical conditions affecting the cough and gag reflexes include: ● ● ● ● ● ● Cerebrovascular accidents Bulbar and cranial nerve palsies Guillain-Barré syndrome Demyelinating disorders Motor neurone disease Myasthenia gravis Airway control, ventilation, and oxygenation inhalation and soiling of the lungs.
ABC of Resuscitation by Anna Donald, Andrew Haines, Beckinham, Grundy, David Grundy, Andrew Swain