Claire Crawford is a 17 year old volleyball player at Loganville Christian Academy in Georgia whose heart stopped in the middle of a game. In the incredible and shocking video we see her collapse to the floor in full cardiac arrest.
Check out this great article bout how initiative from one town citizen really made a difference through community fundraising. Now the Township of Washington has what they need and are prepared to save lives in their town.
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The Market Leader in Innovation: Lifesavers, Inc. Delivers The First Hands Free AEDs to their Community
LifeSavers, Inc. has become the market leader in innovation in CPR treatment by delivering the first Hands Free AED devices in the world to Washington Township, NJ community first aid squad.
Did you ever consider that living in a high-rise increases a factor that could risk your life? A new study found that survival rates from cardiac arrest decrease the higher up the building a person lives.“Cardiac arrests that occur in high-rise buildings pose unique barriers for 911-initiated first responders,” said Ian Drennan, lead author of […]
Janet’s Law requires all New Jersey public schools to have automated external defibrillators for youth athletic events and to establish an Emergency Action Plan relating to sudden cardiac events. Is Your School Ready? LifeSavers is prepared to help your school get ready.
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Over 2,500 people from more than 30 international countries were joined by Lifesavers, Inc in San Diego. The 2500 proponents for CPR education and training marched along with more than 50 cardiac arrest survivors.
There seems to be a trend emerging around America and it is a good one. More and more states are requiring high school students to learn CPR before they graduate. The latest state to consider the positive benefits of having high school kids learn CPR is Michigan. Check out the news coverage of the discussion.