HIGH RISK MANAGEMENT IN VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION USING ULTRA HIGH FREQUENCY IMPULSES

C. Babu Ebenezer

Department of Electronics, Kristu Jayanti College, Bangalore – 77, India.

 

In this era of tremendous growth in science and technology and advanced development in medicine, still many of the clinical conditions are left unconquered in the field of medicine. One of the most common conditions is cardiac arrest where nearly 43% of the people are having heart problems due to modern unhealthy life style. The medical field is striving to overcome these life threatening conditions. Though pharmaceutical research has achieved massive outcomes even then various conditions are still incurable. Similarly the field of electronics contributes towards diagnosis and therapeutics of critical diseases. The cardiac arrest or the ventricular fibrillation is conventionally controlled by using defibrillators. Usage of defibrillators causes burns, extra high tension shock and more failure rates. In order to avoid this and maintain the electrical impulse of the heart by ultra high frequency electrical impulse control, this research work mainly concentrates on ventricular fibrillation, its causes and potential solution. The existing system is implantable cardioverter defibrillator. This is most advantageous device but it acts like the customized pace maker. It is not affordable for laymen, but the proposed system is really compact and cost wise cheap. It stabilizes the Sino-Atrial and Atrio-Ventricular node electrical activities. The clinical intervention advised focuses on a new trend setting Electro-medical treatment targeting ventricular tachycardia.


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