Resuscitation is a life-saving procedure performed in an emergency when the heart system fails. This is the process of correcting symptoms (such as a lack of breathing as well as heartbeat) in a critically ill patient. It is an important component of critical care medicine, trauma surgical procedures, and emergency medicine. Endotracheal intubation and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation are two well-known examples. Instantaneous CPR can either double or triple a person's chances of survival following a cardiogenic shock.
The succeeding resuscitation methods are mentioned:
Emergency infusions: The process of directly injecting medicines into the bone marrow establishes a non-collapsible point of entry into the institutional venous system. When injectable access is not available, this technique allows fluids and medication to be administered. It is also used extensively in the hospital's intensive care unit and during a emergency.