6 Months to Arrest
Runtime 18 min
Alice is 6 months into her pregnancy and lays in the infirmary. The doctor listens carefully to her heart and fetal heart rate. She breaths shallow but quickly stops as she falls into cardiac arrest. The doctor starts CPR on her immediately and the alarms sound as the defibs charge and shock her trying to get a rhythm back.
Rose Under the Mask
Run time 8 min
The gas hisses through the black hose as the mask comes down on the patient. She breaths deep filling her lungs with the anesthesia. Her eyes roll around and around trying to stay awake but the anesthetic takes over and she drifts off. The nurse then straps the anesthesia mask to her tightly and checks her vitals before the procedure.
Rose Under Resus
Runtime 19 min
Rose is laying on the table breathing shallow as her heart beats slowly. The nurse keeps an eye on the monitors as the alarm sounds and Rose fall into cardiac arrest. CPR is started and the oxygen is forced into her with the BVM. The nurse then moves to defibrillations with the paddles and the AED. Rose is then hooked up to the tent mask receiving ventilations through the machine. Finally she is tubed and shocked again in this new display of resus from 911Biomed.
Share the Gas
Run time 12 min
Carissa has her new patient Vivian in the infirmary and is ready to administer the anesthesia. She turns the gas on and her patient begins to relax but Carissa wants to take a breath too. They take turns sharing the mask with the gas hissing from the tanks. There eyes roll back and they become very relaxed. They trade on and off till they both sleep quietly on the bed.
Run time 22 min
The nurse walks into the infirmary and checks her patients vitals. She finds there is no breath sounds and begins a round of rescue breaths. The Patients cheeks puff with every breath given. Chest compressions are started and the nurse moves on to mouth to mask. The mask fills with steam as the warm air flows into the patients lungs but we still do not have breath sounds. The only way to bring her around is the double mask. The nurse attaches the mask to both her and the patient. The patients eyes start to flutter and the nurse talks to her softly as they breath together