Volume 56, Issue 1 (30 1998)                   Tehran Univ Med J 1998, 56(1): 99-102 | Back to browse issues page

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pooranaraki M, Neamatipoor E, Shahrezaie M. Assessment of Knowledge of Medical Staff about Cardiopulmonary Ressucitation (CPR). Tehran Univ Med J 1998; 56 (1) :99-102
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This survey, evaluated the level of awareness and knowledge among the medical staff about conditions and methods of performing cardiopulmonary ressucitation. The study sampling comprised 497 subjects including 208 residents and 262 interns of ten university hospitals in Tehran. In regard to the basic principles, this has been 43.54% (SD = 13.36%), in drug and fluid therapy 31.22% (GD = 13.22%), in electroshock 43.6% (SD=21.12%), in appropriate approach to the problem 34.73% (SD=13.42%) and in complications of CPR 17.7% (SD = 15.25%). Considering the results of the project, the medical staff have insufficient knowledge of CPR md it does not improve significantly during internship and residency period. Therefore, there is a great necessity for the medical students to attend basic and advanced CPR courses during their study
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