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Barbara Kazimierska, Natasza Suska-Bąk, Ilona Kowalik, Aleksander Maciąg and Edyta Smolis-Bąk

of life. West J Nurs Res 1999; 21: 728-742. 15. Doherty P, Fitchet A, Bundy C, Bell W, Fitzpatrick A, Garratt C. Comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation for patients with implanted cardiac defibrillators. Physioterapy 2002; 88: 768. 16. Kamphuis HC, De Leeuw JR, Derksen R, Hauer R, Winnubst JA. A 12- month quality of life assessment of cardiac arrest survivors treated with or without an implantable cardioverter defibrillator. Europace 2002; 4: 417- 425. 17. Kamphuis HC, de Leeuw JR, Derksen R, Hauer RN, Winnubst JA

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Damjan Slabe, Rok Fink, Eva Dolenc and Andreja Kvas

, scratches and minor burns. Less than 30% of respondents would take proper measures in case of unconsciousness, cardiac arrest, poisoning or suffocation, in accordance with the valid first aid practices (18) . Based on the analysis of 117 documented injuries, for almost half of which medical care was required, Rok Simon (9) found that first aid given by 429 pedagogical workers was adequate only in half of the cases. Parents’ first aidgiven to their children was poor: only 10% of questioned parents would use proper methods to remove a foreign body obstruction in the