2021/06/22 23:56 His heart stopped for 30 minutes to alert his mother to “Miracle Resurrection” under cardiopulmonary resuscitation



A British man fainted and his heart was stopped for 30 minutes and was immediately rescued by his mother's cardiopulmonary resuscitation.  (The picture is taken from Sean Chilvers Facebook)

A British man fainted and his heart was stopped for 30 minutes and was immediately rescued by his mother’s cardiopulmonary resuscitation. (The picture is taken from Sean Chilvers Facebook)

2021/06/22 23:56

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report]A 30-year-old man in the United Kingdom suddenly passed out while watching TV at home, and suffered a “30 minutes” cardiac arrest. Fortunately, his mother relied on the ambulance staff’s phone instructions to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation on the spot. Successfully saved his son’s life, but after being sent to the hospital for examination, the man suffered a seizure due to brain damage and almost died. The doctor once advised his family to turn off the man’s breathing apparatus. However, his family did not abandon him. The health condition finally succeeded and gradually improved.

According to a report by the British media “StaffordshireLive”, on Saturday, February 13, a 30-year-old British man, Sean Chilvers, was watching TV in his room. His mother, Michelle, found that Sean’s eyes were wrong and called immediately. After emergency call, Shan En suddenly fainted in bed and suffered cardiac arrest for 30 minutes. Michelle immediately followed the instructions on the phone and gave her son a cardiopulmonary resuscitation operation, which successfully saved her life.

Shane was then sent to Queen’s Hospital Burton for examination, and it was found that he was suffering from hypoxic brain injury. During the process, Shane even had a seizure and almost died. The doctor was not optimistic about Shane’s condition and advised his family members. Turn off his breathing apparatus. However, his family believed that he could persevere and refused the doctor’s advice, and Shane’s condition gradually improved.

After a long period of inspection, it was found that Shanen’s blood contained excessive potassium, which caused kidney failure and coma. This meant that Shanen had to undergo kidney dialysis for the rest of his life, but his condition continued to improve. Now He has been able to speak and make coffee normally, and is expected to be discharged from the hospital and return home on August 11.



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