Arrhythmia Alliance has announced a partnership with the City of Hardeeville Police and Fire Department to place automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in all of the departments vehicles. Approximately, twenty six vehicles each need an AED to help save more lives in Hardeeville from sudden cardiac arrest.
Trudie Lobban MBE – Founder of Arrhythmia Alliance says “Sudden cardiac death is the number one killer in the USA – with approximately 1000 people dying every day – 80% of these deaths could be avoided with early intervention of CPR & use of an AED. Anyone can use an AED – you cannot harm anyone, however you can save a life.”
City of Hardeeville Mayor Harry Williams, a survivor of SCA, says “As a survivor who stopped breathing and CPR failed to revive, I am truly an example of being saved because an AED was on site at the Sun City softball field. An awareness program was initiated to inform the residents of the location and use of the machines and that may save another life one day. To have an AED unit in the possession of every first responder is so important especially in a region with so many seniors.”
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Arrhythmia Alliance continues to work with the City of Hardeeville as part of the Defibs Save Lives #HardeevilleHeartsMatter campaign. Approximately 26 police and fire vehicles are still in need of an AED, by obtainin this life saving equipment we can help save more lives in Hardeeville from sudden cardiac arrest.
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Arrhythmia Alliance – Defibs Saves Lives Campaign,
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