Cardiovascular and Heart Disease are known to run in families. Identifying the risk factors and adopting a healthy lifestyle for you and your family is the key to reducing the risk of catastrophic health issues for you and your loved ones. What are cardiovascular...
An AED may save your life during cardiac arrest. So, should you purchase or rent one for your home? What is an AED? An automated external defibrillator, which is also known as an AED, is a device that helps increase the survival rate of patients who suddenly suffer...
Each year in the United States, Sudden Cardiac Arrests (SCAs) claim the lives of over 23,000 children and adolescents, according to the American Heart Association. Additionally, four percent of high schools in the country experience at least one sudden cardiac arrest...
An individual with severe injuries can die from bleeding out in as little as five (5) minutes without intervention to stop the bleeding. According to the New England Journal of Medicine, each year, more than 60,000 people in the United States die of hemorrhagic shock....
We’ve all heard the stories where a student-athlete suddenly collapses at football, soccer, or lacrosse practice and dies due to sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). With immediate treatment and procedures in place, student lives could be saved in these situations....
EVERY MINUTE COUNTS “Sudden Cardiac Arrest is not just a job for emergency responders but rather a community-based issue that requires a community-based response.” – International Association of Fire Chiefs The PulsePoint app empowers everyday citizens trained in...
The Only National Event Solely Dedicated to SCA Prevention in Youth! January 14-16, 2022 Crowne Plaza Phoenix – Chandler Golf Resort Katy Gruber and Elizabeth Orendorff of Rescue One Training for Life will be participating in the event as both a Sponsor and...
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