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West Carrollton Man Declared Dead Now Planning a Return to Work
DAYTON -- A West Carrollton man is heading back to work next week after being declared dead just days earlier.
According to ABC News, 37-year-old Anthony Yahle was hospitalized after his wife, Melissa, realized his breathing didn't sound right. Melissa, a nurse, said she unsuccessfully tried to wake her husband.
She and her 17-year-old son, Lawrence, performed CPR on Anthony until an ambulance arrived. EMTs shocked him several times and eventually found a heartbeat.
At the hospital later in the day, Anthony's heart stopped and doctors say he "coded" for 45 minutes, which means he had no vital signs.
Dr. Raja Nazir, his cardiologist at Kettering Medical Center, told ABC News that after using all the medicine in the code cart, it was time to call off the efforts to revive Anthony.
According to ABC News, when Lawrence heard his father had died, he shouted, "Dad, you're not going to die today." Moments later, Anthony's heart monitor showed a weak heartbeat again.
"When I looked at the electrical activity, I was surprised," Nazir said. "I thought we'd better make another effort to revive him."
ABC News reports that Nazir gave one of Yahle's hanging medicine bags a squeeze to restore his blood pressure. Slowly, Anthony's heart rate increased.
On Aug. 5, doctors told ABC News that Anthony, a diesel mechanic, would need a heart transplant or be in a vegetative state for the rest of his life.
But today, Anthony is back at home and seems fine.
"I'm calling it a miracle because I've never seen anything like it," Nazir said.
"He doesn't have one broken rib," Melissa said. "He's not sore. These are things that just clinically don't happen."
Yahle is set to go back to work on Monday, and doctors may do a heart biopsy to find out more about what happened.
SOURCE: ABC News
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