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By HeartSine Technologies
HeartSine’s Forward Hearts Celebrates AED Saves through Donations

By Next Step CPR and Safety Training
In the United States Cardiac arrest accounts for over 350,000 deaths every year. This is more deaths than from breast cancer, lung cancer, stroke or aids. It can occur to anyone regardless of previous history of heart problems.

By Empress EMS
Young basketball player's life saved in Yonkers City Park after suffering cardiac...

By Netmediauk Limited
UK MP's have yet to make essential defibrillators mandatory in all UK schools, despite Premier League footballers collapsing on the pitch and 250 of our children dying each year.

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By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
New data indicate that in certain patients therapeutic hypothermia is less effective and may even worsen neurological outcomes, as described in an article in Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management.

By HeartSine Technologies
HeartSine’s Forward Hearts Celebrates AED Saves through Donations

By Next Step CPR and Safety Training
In the United States Cardiac arrest accounts for over 350,000 deaths every year. This is more deaths than from breast cancer, lung cancer, stroke or aids. It can occur to anyone regardless of previous history of heart problems.

By Empress EMS
Young basketball player's life saved in Yonkers City Park after suffering cardiac...

By Utah Emergency Medical Training Council
The Utah Emergency Medical Training Council (UEMTC), a 31-year old Emergency Medical Training non-profit, launched the Shockingly Simple to Restart a Heart Campaign aimed at increasing the proliferation of AED’s in public life and follow-up...

By Netmediauk Limited
UK MP's have yet to make essential defibrillators mandatory in all UK schools, despite Premier League footballers collapsing on the pitch and 250 of our children dying each year.

By Florida Hospital Volusia/Flagler
Bill Jennings, owner of Bill & Frank's Brickhouse Grill in DeLand, participated in a Florida Hospital DeLand cardiac drill so that the hospital can provide Therapeutic-Induced Hypothermia.

By abigail isaiah
Heart issues are a major monster of both men and ladies in the U. s. Declares. The great thing is that excellent therapies are available for strokes. These therapies can preserve lives and prevent problems.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Therapeutic hypothermia has been proven to reduce mortality and improve neurologic outcomes after a heart attack, yet it was rarely used in a sample of more than 26,000 patients

By Nancy Grace
When Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Strikes, Being Prepared is Critical. Everyone needs to be familiar with the latest American Heart Association latest CPR guidelines and be prepared for the situation

By Frost & Sullivan
Market regains momentum after temporary setback caused by economic slowdown

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Intravenous delivery of cold fluids to reduce body temperature quickly after a heart attack and improve neurologic outcomes may not be as effective in children as it is in adults, according to a new study

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
The successful use and evaluation of therapeutic hypothermia to improve survival and reduce risk of neurological consequences following out-of-hospital heart attacks explored in premier issue of Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Lowering the body temperature of patients soon after suffering a severe brain injury may reduce neurologic complications and improve outcomes. The safety of therapeutic hypothermia for traumatic brain injury has been demonstrated in national studies.

By Adrian Newman
Heart attacks can be caused by a number of things. Atherosclerosis, angina, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol all play a role in the onset of a heart attack.

By Adrian Newman
It's understandable that no one wants to think about the possibility of having something as serious as a heart attack.

By Health Education Solutions
Leading Provider of Continuing Healthcare Education Helps Individuals Improve Knowledge of Life-Saving Skill Set

By AED Lifepower
AED LifePower enters into next level of customer centric web interface and support service, making it easier and better to find information about any Defibrillator brands.

By John Wood
Affordable easy-to-use Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) for use in the home are now available in the UK from The Defib Centre

By The CPR School, LLC
Caribbean CPR AED and First Aid Safety Training Classes by The CPR School. We travel to your Caribbean business providing CPR AED & First Aid certification classes for your staff. Employee safety training in the Caribbean by professional instructors.

By Mary Ann Liebert, INC., publishers
Therapeutic Hypothermia, a new online open access peer-reviewed journal, will focus on medical treatment which lowers a patient's body temperature to help reduce the risk of ischemic injury to tissues following a period of insufficient blood flow.

By Herbalife Independent Distributor
Put the power of heart health in your own hands. Herbalife heart health products are formulated by distinguished scientists, including the Nobel Prize Laureate, Dr. Lou Ignarro, who discovered how Nitric Oxide (NO) works on the heart.

By Keith Murray, Instructor The CPR School, LLC
Jupiter Island Florida residents select The CPR School for their CPR AED and First Aid training classes. The CPR School is a mobile training company that travels to the customers Florida location for onsite group training certification classes.

By Bob Chase
Gaymar announces support for the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association (SCAA)




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