Nagpur: Japan’s former #primeminister Shinzo Abe was shot twice today while he was giving a speech at a political event. The attacker has been arrested.
As per ex-Tokyo governor Yoichi Masuzoe, 67-year-old Abe was in a state of #cardiopulmonaryarrest. Prime minister Fumio Kishida said that the former leader was in grave condition. Police said a 41-year-old man suspected of carrying out the shooting has been arrested.
As per local media reports, the shooter was dissatisfied with Abe and wanted to kill him. Chief cabinet secretary Hirokazu Matsuno said, “Former prime minister Abe was shot at around 11:30 am in Nara. One man, believed to be the shooter, has been taken into custody. The condition of former prime minister Abe is currently unknown.”
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed shock over the incident and said, “Deeply distressed by the attack on my dear friend Abe Shinzo. Our thoughts and prayers are with him, his family, and the people of Japan.”
Not just Modi, Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Manmohan Singh too, expressed their shock over the incident. Gandhi took to Twitter and said, “Deeply distressed by the attack on my dear friend Abe Shinzo. Our thoughts and prayers are with him, his family, and the people of Japan.”
Who is the pm of japan
Born on December 6, 1948 in Ogachi (now Yuzawa), Akita Prefecture, Japan, Suga Yoshihide is a politician who held the positions of prime minister of Japan (2020–2021) and leader of the Liberal-Democratic Party of Japan (LDP). Due to his government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, his brief term in office was marked by low approval ratings.
What is cardiopulmonary arrest
The termination of appropriate heart and respiratory function causes cardiopulmonary arrest, which culminates in death without reversal. Patients who have coronary artery disease frequently have this problem. This activity addresses cardiopulmonary arrest care and prevention while emphasising the importance of the interprofessional team in treating patients with this disease.
What assessment findings establish a patient is in cardiopulmonary arrest
Cardiopulmonary arrest is the cessation of adequate heart function and respiration and results in death without reversal. Often this condition is found in patients with coronary artery disease. This activity reviews the management and prevention of cardiopulmonary arrest and highlights the role of the interprofessional team in treating patients with this condition.