Dr Muhammad Awais Ebrahim, Dr Yousaf Aziz, Dr Muhammad Khan
Objective: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) has been known in its current form since 1960. Different studies have shown results ranging from different countries. Therefore, the aim of this study was to assess CPR and survival in the treatment of heart attacks patients. Place and Duration: In the emergency department of Mayo Hospital Lahore for one year duration from January 2019 to December 2019. Work plan: This cross-sectional examination was conducted in the Emergency department of Mayo Hospital Lahore, all patients admitted to the emergency department with a heart attack were enrolled. We use a pre-designed registration form and hospital documentation to retrieve the attached patient data. The main results are the rate of success of CPR and the survival rate of these patients. Results: Of the 855 patients, 510 (59.64%), were men Patients. A total of 101 (11.82%) patients have been discharged from the hospital. Various factors, such as cardiac arrest and previous health problems, have affected the likelihood of success in CPR and the survival of cardiac arrest patients. Conclusion: The survival rate of patients discharged from the hospital was less than a third of the patients, and about half of the patients were successful in CPR. More intensive care facilities and training interventions for emergency personnel and communities can improve the survival of patients who have had a heart attack in our healthcare system. Keywords: Resuscitation, Cardiac Arrest, Survival, Application, Ambulance.