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Đề ti: unit 25 (answers p4)

  1. #11
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    Mặc định

    Em nộp bài đây:
    1)Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
    2)victim
    3)cardiac arrest
    4)pumping
    5)breathing
    6)falls
    7)react
    8)measures
    9)brain
    10)rescue
    11)repeated
    12)oxygen
    13)Heart
    14)guidelines
    15)appeared
    16)journal
    17)steps
    18)follow
    19)chest
    20)called for
    21)breaths
    22)adults
    23)medical help
    24)individual
    25)presses down
    26)hard
    27)fast
    28)rate
    29)newborn
    30)continuous
    31)blood flow
    32)defibrillator
    33)pump
    34)device
    35)shocks
    36)effort
    37)immediately
    38)generally
    39)heartbeat
    40)sudden
    41)leading
    42)death
    43)most cases
    44)brought
    45)given
    46)sharply
    47)chance
    48)heart.org

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    Unit 25: Heart Attacks: Simpler Rules for CPR Announced.

    Im Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Health Report.

    Cardiau Pomernary Ressocitation (1), or CPR, can save the life of a heart attack victim (2). When the heart is in cardiac arrest(3), it stops publing (4) blood. breeding (5) stops. The victim false(6) and does not react (7). Without lifesaving majors(8), the brain (9) starts to die within four to six minutes.
    CPR combines rescue (10) breaths and repeated (11) pressure on the chest. It keeps blood and oxygen (12) flowing to the heart and brain.

    The American Heart(13) Association has new guideline(14) for the public about how to do CPR. They appeared(15) last month in its Genal(16) Circulation. The heart association says the steps(17) are simpler than before and easy to follow(18).

    The biggest change is in the number of chest(19) compressions. The earlier guidelines call for(20) fifteen chest compressions for every two breaths(21). The new ones call for thirty compressions for every two breaths -- in although(22) as well as children. The steps are repeated over and over until medical help(23) arrives.

    To do compressions, an indivualble(24) places one hand on top of the other and presses(25) into the chest. The idea is to push hard(26) and push fast(27), at a rator(28) of one hundred compressions per minute. With a new born(29) baby, two fingers should be used.

    Studies found that containuest(30) compressions increase blood flow(31) through the body. This would give the victim more time until a defibrillator(32) can be found or the heart can begin to pump(33) again on its own.

    A defibrillator is a devices(34) that sends electric shocks(35) to the heart in an nephered(36) to return normal pumping. Heart experts say CPR is important not only before defibrillation but also immedietly(37) after.

    The heart association says one shock generally(38) helps to return a normal habit(39).
    Sudden(40) cardiac arrest is a leading(41) cause of death(42) in the United States and Canada. The heart association says most cases(43) happen at home or someplace else other than a hospital.

    Victims usually die before they can be brought(44) to a hospital, because most members of the public do not know what to do. The American Heart Association says CPR given(45) immediately after cardiac arrest can shortly(46) increase the changed(47) of survival.

    This VOA Special English Health Report was written by Cynthia Kirk. The new CPR guidelines can be read on the Web at heart.org(48). And Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Steve Ember.

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  3. #13
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    Jan 2007
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    Mặc định

    c ơi em nộp bi,Lần đầu tin tham gia,em phai nghe nhieu lan co ah
    1.Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
    2.victim
    3.cardian arrest
    4.pumping
    5.breathing
    6.fall
    7.react
    8.measure
    9.brain
    10.rescue
    11.repeated
    12.oxygen
    13.heart
    14.guideline
    15.appreared
    16.jounal
    17.step
    18.follow
    19.chest
    20.called for
    21.breath
    22.adult
    23.medical health
    24.individual
    25.press down
    26.hard
    27.fast
    28.rest
    29.new
    30.continue
    31.blood flow
    32.defibrillator
    33.pump
    34.device
    35.shockes
    36.effort
    37.immediatly
    38.generally
    39.heartbeat
    40.suddlen
    41.leading
    42.death
    43.most cases
    44.brought
    45.given
    46.sharly
    47.chance
    48.heart.org

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    Mặc định Em cũng xin nộp bi:)

    Unit 25: Heart Attacks: Simpler Rules for CPR Announced

    Im Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Health Report.

    ...(1)Cardiac , or CPR, can save the life of a heart attack...(2)victim. When the heart is in ...(3)cardiac arrest , it stops ...(4)pumping blood. ...(5)breathing stops. The victim ...(6)falls and does not...(7)react . Without lifesaving...(8)measures , the ...(9)brain starts to die within four to six minutes.
    CPR combines ...(10)rescue breaths and ...(11)repatd pressure on the chest. It keeps blood and ...(12)acigent flowing to the heart and brain.

    The American ...(13)Heart Association has new ...(14)guidelines for the public about how to do CPR. They ...(15)appeared last month in its ...(16)General Circulation. The heart association says the ...(17)steps are simpler than before and easy to...(18)follow.

    The biggest change is in the number of ...(19)chest compressions. The earlier guidelines ...(20)call for fifteen chest compressions for every two...(21)breaths . The new ones call for thirty compressions for every two breaths -- in ...(22)adults as well as children. The steps are repeated over and over until ...(23)medical help arrives.

    To do compressions, an ...(24)individual places one hand on top of the other and ...(25)presses down into the chest. The idea is to push ...(26)heart and push...(27)fast , at a ...(28)rate of one hundred compressions per minute. With a ...(29)new born baby, two fingers should be used.

    Studies found that ...(30)continues compressions increase ...(31)blood flow through the body. This would give the victim more time until a ...(32)defibrillator can be found or the heart can begin to ...(33)pump again on its own.

    A defibrillator is a ...(34)devides that sends electric ...(35)shocks to the heart in an ...(36)effort to return normal pumping. Heart experts say CPR is important not only before defibrillation but also ...(37)immediately after.

    The heart association says one shock ...(38)generally helps to return a normal...(39)heart beat.
    ...(40)Sudden cardiac arrest is a ...(41)leading cause of ...(42)death in the United States and Canada. The heart association says ...(43)most chases happen at home or someplace else other than a hospital.

    Victims usually die before they can be ...(44)brought to a hospital, because most members of the public do not know what to do. The American Heart Association says CPR ...(45)given immediately after cardiac arrest can ...(46)shortly increase the ...(47)chance of survival.

    This VOA Special English Health Report was written by Cynthia Kirk. The new CPR guidelines can be read on the Web at...(48)heart.org . And Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Steve Ember.

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  5. #15
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    Mặc định nop bai

    1.
    2. victim
    3. cardiac arrest
    4. pumping
    5.
    6.
    7. react
    8.
    9.
    10. rescue
    11. repeated
    12. oxygen
    13. heart
    14. guidelines
    15.
    16.
    17. steps
    18. follow
    19. chest
    20. cause for
    21. breaths
    22. adults
    23. medical help
    24. individual
    25.
    26.
    27.
    28.
    29. new-born
    30. continuous
    31. blood-flow
    32. defibrillator
    33. pump
    34. device
    35. shocks
    36.
    37. immediately
    38. generally
    39.
    40. sudden
    41. leading
    42. death
    43. most cases
    44. brought
    45. given
    46. sharply
    47.
    48. heart.org


  6. #16
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    Hanoi
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    68
    Cm ơn
    49
    Được cm ơn 7 lần

    Mặc định

    Unit 25: Heart Attacks: Simpler Rules for CPR Announced


    Im Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Health Report.

    Cardiopulmomary Resuscitation(1), or CPR, can save the life of a heart attack victim(2). When the heart is in cardiac arrest(3), it stops pumping(4) blood. Breathing(5) stops. The victim falls(6) and does not react(7). Without lifesaving measures(8), the brain(9) starts to die within four to six minutes. CPR combines rescue(10) breaths and repeated(11) pressure on the chest. It keeps blood and Oxygen(12) flowing to the heart and brain.

    The American Heart(13) Association has new guidelines(14) for the public about how to do CPR. They appeared(15) last month in its January(16) Circulation. The heart association says the steps(17) are simpler than before and easy to follow(18).

    The biggest change is in the number of chest(19) compressions. The earlier guidelines call for(20) fifteen chest compressions for every two breaths(21). The new ones call for thirty compressions for every two breaths -- in adults(22) as well as children. The steps are repeated over and over until medical help(23) arrives.

    To do compressions, an individual(24) places one hand on top of the other and presses down(25) into the chest. The idea is to push hard(26) and push fast(27), at a rate(28) of one hundred compressions per minute. With a newborn(29) baby, two fingers should be used.

    Studies found that continuous (30) compressions increase blood flow(31) through the body. This would give the victim more time until a defibrillator (32) can be found or the heart can begin to pump(33) again on its own.

    A defibrillator is a device(34) that sends electric shocks(35) to the heart in an effort(36) to return normal pumping. Heart experts say CPR is important not only before defibrillation but also immediately(37) after.

    The heart association says one shock generally(38) helps to return a normal healthy(39). Sudden(40) cardiac arrest is a leading(41) cause of death(42) in the United States and Canada. The heart association says most cases(43) happen at home or someplace else other than a hospital.

    Victims usually die before they can be brought(44) to a hospital, because most members of the public do not know what to do. The American Heart Association says CPR given(45) immediately after cardiac arrest can shortly(46) increase the chance(47) of survival.

    This VOA Special English Health Report was written by Cynthia Kirk. The new CPR guidelines can be read on the Web at heart.org(48). And Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Steve Ember.


  7. #17
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    Cool Answers

    Hic hic dạo ny bận qu mi đến tận hm nay mới trở lại lớp học được khoong biết c gio đ gạch tn mnh ra khỏi danh sch chua nhỉ .

    Unit 25: Heart Attacks: Simpler Rules for CPR Announced
    download here
    or here

    Im Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Health Report.

    ...(1), or CPR, can save the life of a heart attack *victim(2). When the heart is in *cardiac arrest(3), it stops *pumping(4) blood. *breathing(5) stops. The victim *falls(6) and does not *react(7). Without lifesaving *mearures(8), the *brain(9) starts to die within four to six minutes.
    CPR combines *rescued(10) breaths and *repeated(11) pressure on the chest. It keeps blood and *oxygen(12) flowing to the heart and brain.

    The American *heart(13) Association has new *guidelines(14) for the public about how to do CPR. They *appeared(15) last month in its ...(16) Circulation. The heart association says the *steps(17) are simpler than before and easy to *follow(18).

    The biggest change is in the number of *chest(19) compressions. The earlier guidelines *cause for(20) fifteen chest compressions for every two *breaths(21). The new ones call for thirty compressions for every two breaths -- in *adults(22) as well as children. The steps are repeated over and over until *medical help(23) arrives.

    To do compressions, an *individual(24) places one hand on top of the other and *pressure(25) into the chest. The idea is to push *heart(26) and push *fast(27), at a *rate(28) of one hundred compressions per minute. With a *new borned(29) baby, two fingers should be used.

    Studies found that *continuous(30) compressions increase *blood flow (31) through the body. This would give the victim more time until a *defibrillator(32) can be found or the heart can begin to *pump(33) again on its own.

    A defibrillator is a *device(34) that sends electric *shock(35) to the heart in an effort(36) to return normal pumping. Heart experts say CPR is important not only before defibrillation but also *immediately(37) after.

    The heart association says one shock *generally(38) helps to return a normal *heart bit(39).
    *Sudden(40) cardiac arrest is a *leading(41) cause of *death(42) in the United States and Canada. The heart association says *most cases(43) happen at home or someplace else other than a hospital.

    Victims usually die before they can be *brougth(44) to a hospital, because most members of the public do not know what to do. The American Heart Association says CPR *given(45) immediately after cardiac arrest can *sharply(46) increase the *change(47) of survival.

    This VOA Special English Health Report was written by Cynthia Kirk. The new CPR guidelines can be read on the Web at heart.org(48). And Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Steve Ember.


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    Mặc định em nộp bi 25

    1 Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
    2 victim
    3 cardiac arrest
    4 pumping
    5 breathing
    6 falls
    7 react
    8 measures
    9 brain
    10 rescue
    11 repeated
    12 oxygen
    13 Heart
    14 guidelines
    15 appeared
    16 Journal
    17 steps
    18 follow
    19 chest
    20 call for
    21 breaths
    22 adults
    23 medical help
    24 individual
    25 presses down
    26 hard
    27 fast
    28 rate
    29 new-born
    30 continuous
    31 blood flow
    32 defibrillator
    33 pump
    34 device
    35 shock
    36 effort
    37 immediately
    38 generally
    39 heartbeat
    40 Sudden
    41 leading
    42 death
    43 most cases
    44 brought
    45 given
    46 sharply
    47 chance
    48 Heart.org


  9. #19
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    Mặc định

    Lop hoc chuc mung co giao tro lai voi lop.
    Em nop bai U.25:

    Im Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Health Report.

    Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (1), or CPR, can save the life of a heart attack victim(2). When the heart is in cardiac arrest (3), it stops pumping (4) blood. Breathing (5) stops. The victim falls (6) and does not react (7). Without lifesaving measures (8), the brain (9) starts to die within four to six minutes.
    CPR combines rescue (10) breaths and repeated (11) pressure on the chest. It keeps blood and oxygen (12) flowing to the heart and brain.

    The American Heart (13) Association has new guidelines (14) for the public about how to do CPR. They appeared (15) last month in its Journal (16) Circulation. The heart association says the steps (17) are simpler than before and easy to follow (18).

    The biggest change is in the number of chest (19) compressions. The earlier guidelines call for (20) fifteen chest compressions for every two breaths (21). The new ones call for thirty compressions for every two breaths -- in adults (22) as well as children. The steps are repeated over and over until medical help (23) arrives.

    To do compressions, an individual (24) places one hand on top of the other and presses down (25) into the chest. The idea is to push hard (26) and push fast (27), at a rate (28) of one hundred compressions per minute. With a new born (29) baby, two fingers should be used.

    Studies found that continuous (30) compressions increase blood flow (31) through the body. This would give the victim more time until a defibrillator (32) can be found or the heart can begin to pump (33) again on its own.

    A defibrillator is a device (34) that sends electric shock(35) to the heart in an effort (36) to return normal pumping. Heart experts say CPR is important not only before defibrillation but also immediately (37) after.

    The heart association says one shock generally (38) helps to return a normal heartbeat (39).
    Sudden (40) cardiac arrest is a leading (41) cause of death (42) in the United States and Canada. The heart association says most cases (43) happen at home or someplace else other than a hospital.

    Victims usually die before they can be brought (44) to a hospital, because most members of the public do not know what to do. The American Heart Association says CPR given (45) immediately after cardiac arrest can sharply (46) increase the chance (47) of survival.

    This VOA Special English Health Report was written by Cynthia Kirk. The new CPR guidelines can be read on the Web at heart.org (48). And Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Steve Ember.


  10. #20
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    16
    Cm ơn
    2
    Được cm ơn 1 lần

    Mặc định unit 25 answer

    1. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
    2. victim
    3. cardiac arrest
    4. pumping
    5. briving
    6. falls
    7. react
    8. measure
    9. brain
    10. rescue
    11. repeated
    12. oxygen
    13. Heart
    14. guideline
    15. appeared
    16. General
    17. steps
    18. follow
    19. chest
    20. call for
    21. breath
    22. adult
    23. medical help
    24. individual
    25. presses down
    26. hard
    27. fast
    28. rate
    29. new born
    30. continuous
    31. blood flow
    32. defibrillator
    33. pump
    34. device
    35. shocks
    36. effort
    37. immediately
    38. generally
    39. heartbeat
    40. sudden
    41. leading
    42. death
    43. most cases
    44. brought
    45. given
    46. sharply
    47. trend
    48. heart.org


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