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Comparison of Knowledge of Medical and Paramedical Intern about of CPR, 2015

Authors: Nastoor Bekhradian, Arash Khalili, Sanaatollah Bargrizan, Amin Hossaini Motlagh, Akvan Paymard and Jahanbakhsh Vahdatnejad

Int J Med Res Health Sci.128-131 | pdf PDF Full Text

Every day a number of people from the heart stops beating for most of them that this early cessation of heartbeat.
With operations of CPR in 4 to 6 minutes of cardiopulmonary arrest and before the onset of brain death can be
established circulation and survival for patients with the death of 2 to 4 folds. The aim of this study was to
Comparison of knowledge of medical and paramedical intern about of CPCR, 2015. This descriptive analytical and
sampling method was census. Restore their data using a standard questionnaire with Cronbach’s alpha coefficient
was 0.82 .Spss20 data using statistical software analysis and descriptive statistics and Chi-square test was used.
The mean score of 3/6 students that showed poor knowledge of students participating in the study. The lowest score
of zero and the highest score was 12. Was found between gender and level of knowledge (p=0/05). Between
education and the knowledge of the relationship was not statistically significant (p=0/764). The knowledge of
medical and paramedical students groups scheduled for next semester as part of the treatment system personnel are
working poor and require special attention in order to provide guidelines for planning authorities to increase the
awareness of students.
Key words: cardiopulmonary arrest, awareness, Intern

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