A young woman is unresponsive in her home. The paramedics work on her. Manual resuscitation and chest compressions are given with no response. They uses the defibrillator intermittently. Finally, they revive her.
At the hospital she is being monitored. She is confused and has a breathing tube. She wants her mom. Soon, she codes again. The team work on her for a while—breathing, resus, defib, until the finally revive her and work to get her comfortable.
A young woman is being monitored in ICU. She is and wearing an oxygen mask. Various medical staff attend to her. After a while, the doctor, when checking her vitals determines she has coded. They rush to save her, starting with chest compressions and then adding defibrillation. After a while, they remove her oxygen mask and start the ambu bag. Nurses are massaging her legs to keep her circulation going. Eventually they revive her during compressions.
Later, she is resting comfortably. The oxygen mask is back on. An orderly is monitoring her levels. She crashes again. They give her compressions, defibrillation, and use the ambu bag until finally reviving her.
A young woman is chatting on the phone with a friend. It is Christmas time and she is very excited and happy. After a while she begins to experience discomfort in her left art, then tightening of her chest. Eventually, she collapse, still on the phone. Her friend calls 911.
The paramedics arrive and begin assessment. She is coded. They cut off her shirt and begin CPR and manual chest compressions. After a while they use the AED and eventually revive her.
At the hospital, the doctor checks her out, hooks her to the monitor and has her sit up so she can assess her more.
Later she codes and the team rushes in to revive her. They do manual check compressions, and the ambu bag. Another nurse works on massaging her legs for circulation.
Eventually, they mix in using the defibrillator and after a while, they finally revive and reassure her.