Male patient, 48 years old, with palpitations and severe chest pain, was admitted after a diagnosis of cardiac arrest with arrhythmia syndrome.
On March 8, a representative of the 108th Military Central Hospital said that the patient was hospitalized in a deep coma and it was not possible to measure his pulse and blood pressure.
Emergency room physicians performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation, balloon decompression, extra-thoracic decompression, and electric shock. After three electric shocks, the patient’s heart started beating again.
The patient was diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome (WPW), an arrhythmia that occurs when an extra electrical pathway (from the atria to the ventricles) causes tachycardia, ventricular fibrillation. To deal with this, the team burned the track.
Three days later, the patient woke up, had no chest pain and was in stable health.