Arrhythmia Alliance News & Events
AED saves another athlete in Texas thanks to quick thinking athletic trainer
According to Grubbs, her intervention with Lerma marked the third time that a school in Richardson ISD has had to use an AED in the past two years. Perhaps foreseeing such a need, the Richardson ISD placed four AEDs in the halls and facilities at Pearce, access which Grubbs is convinced was ...
Should Your Hotel Install A Defibrillator?
A survey from workplace products and services supplier, Direct365, has suggested that a significant number of UK businesses are not considering the purchase of an onsite Automated External Defibrillator (AED), that could save lives.
'I'm a retired acrobat': How nine-year-old Cooper Appleyard recovered after dance class cardiac arrest
Nine-year-old Cooper Appleyard was lying unconscious in a hospital bed in intensive care totally unaware that he had just had a cardiac arrest.
Heart Disorders Can Mimic Anxiety or Panic Attacks
A racing heart. A fluttering heart. Both are symptoms of anxiety. However, they can also signal a heart rhythm disorder (arrhythmia), such as atrial fibrillation.
February Medical e-News- 2018
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Mild cognitive impairment impacts health outcomes of patients with atrial fibrillation undergoing a ...
Objective Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is prevalent in atrial fibrillation (AF) and has the potential to contribute to poor outcomes. We investigated the influence of MCI on survival and rehospitalisation in patients with chronic forms of AF undergoing a home-based, AF-specific disease management ...
Low Blood Pressure- Do Not Take It Lightly
Low blood pressure or hypotension is viewed as an anomalous condition. However, for a few, it is far more better than hypertension. Numerous individuals who have low blood pressure are sound and have no signs or indications identified with lower than normal readings.
Unexpected lifesavers: Locals honored for helping four people suffering from sudden cardiac arrest
Marcus Stalboerger shows off a T-shirt Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018, at an award ceremony with Fargo Fire Chief Steve Dirksen honoring Stalboerger's co-workers at Healthcare Accessories in Fargo for performing CPR and using an AED on him when he went into sudden cardiac arrest on Jan. 11, 2018.
Cardiac Rhythm News - 2 February 2018
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February Patient e-News - 2018
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