ROSC

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AcronymDefinition
ROSCReturn of Spontaneous Circulation (medical)
ROSCRing Oscillator
ROSCRoll over Stability Control
ROSCRemoved Operand Set Computer
ROSCReport on the Observance of Standards and Codes (IMF)
ROSCRecovery-Oriented Systems of Care
ROSCRegional Operations and Security Center (US Army)
ROSCRear Operations Support Center
ROSCReachback Operations Support Center (USAF)
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Lay rescuers should not interrupt excellent chest compression to palpate for pulses or check for the return of spontaneous circulation and should continue CPR until an electric shock machine is made ready to give a shock, a doctor to assume care, or the patient wakes up.
They took over CPR from Joe's colleagues and shocked him with a defibrillator, gaining a return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) before rapid response paramedic Lauren Wilding arrived to stabilise him.
The purpose of TH is to prevent anoxia and serious neurological consequences by cooling the body's core temperature after cardiac arrest with return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) (AHA, 2015).
There is a clear evidence of an association between epinephrine and increased return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC).
Objective: To determine the differences between the factors such as return of spontaneous circulation positivity, duration of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and cardiac rhythm at first arrival affecting neurological outcomes in cardiac-arrest cases.
Patients had experienced the return of spontaneous circulation and were comatose upon hospital admission.
The initial outcomes of CPR were categorized as no Return of Spontaneous Circulation (ROSC), do not attempt resuscitation (Order in the emergency room), ROSC for more than or equal to 20 minutes or sustained ROSC.
Following this the patient had a spontaneous pulse and circulation and the time to return of spontaneous circulation was only 15 min.
Likewise, the guidelines note conflicting studies to support the use of lidocaine after return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC).
Return of spontaneous circulation was achieved after 3 cycles of continuous cardiac massage, 4 direct current shocks and adrenaline 1mg.
While the existing protocol has been to contact their medical director to determine whether to cease resuscitation efforts, in several instances medics have continued treatment based on the ultrasound information, resulting in return of spontaneous circulation and eventual patient discharge.
While the existing protocol has been to contact their medical director to determine whether to cease resuscitation efforts, in several instances ultrasound has detected heart movement and medics have continued treatment, resulting in return of spontaneous circulation and eventual patient discharge.