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THE HEART The heart is a muscular organ which acts as a pump for the circulation. The pumping action is built into the muscle of the heart and can be modified by the involuntary nerve control to the heart muscle. In the major arteries, such as the carotid artery in the neck and the radial artery in the wrists, the pumping action can be registered as the pulse. In a normal healthy adult the pulse rate is 60-80 beats per minute. Exercise, illness and shock will increase the pulse rate. It is also faster in babies (100-120 beats per minute).
The efficiency of the method can be monitored by observing the casualty's chest wall rise and fall during the application of the method. 1). 5% in the expired air. 5% oxygen is very useful to receive and can indeed be life saving. External cardiac compression External cardiac compression must be started only when there is no carotid pulse detectable at the neck. The pupils may begin to dilate. ]~ __ ~ __i. __-__ _ o : . 10). To achieve this the casualty should be on his back on a hard surface - and not on a soft mattress.
Unfortunately this transport system is disrupted in a case of carbon monoxide poisoning. Haemoglobin has a much greater affinity for carbon monoxide which will bind to haemoglobin forming carboxyhaemoglobin at the expense of oxygen. The patient will therefore become asphyxiated. If the number of red cells falls either by repeated blood loss or a failure of red cell production in the bone marrow, anaemia may develop. The white cells, or leukocytes, defend the body against attack by infection. They number about 6-10 thousand per cubic millimetre of blood.