Surviving cardiac arrest – Modern Practice Podcast
Simon Henley was on a video call with his manager when he suddenly disappeared from the screen. He had fallen to the floor with a cardiac arrest. Not to be confused with an acute myocardial infarction, cardiac arrest is usually fatal, requiring a defibrillator and immediate CPR to revive the patient. On this episode, Simon tells his harrowing story, one with a touch of the miraculous, in how he survived those crucial first minutes and embarked on the road to recovery. Host: Tomas Villanueva, DO, MBA, FACPE, SFHM Senior Principal, Clinical Operations and Quality Vizient Guest: Simon Henley, MBA, CMBB Director, Global Market Growth Defibrillator Solutions Medtronic Show Notes: [00:34] Simon’s background [01:08] An avid runner [01:32] The call [03:06] Every minute a cardiac arrest goes untreated drops survival rate by 10% [04:06] No previous symptoms [05:40] Rehabilitation [06:38] Dealing with emotions and with recurring cardiac events [10:02] Changed perspective [10:55] No guarantees Links | Resources: To contact Modern Practice: firstname.lastname@example.org Simon’s email: email@example.com Sudden cardiac arrest: symptoms and causes (Mayo Clinic): Click here Heart attack and cardiac arrest (American Heart Association): Click here Cardiac care management (Medtronic): Click here Subscribe Today! Apple Podcasts Amazon Podcasts Android Google Podcasts Spotify Stitcher RSS Feed
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