Arrhythmia Alliance News & Events
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Bluffton police officer saves two lives in a month
A Bluffton police officer is responsible for saving two lives in the last month thanks to quick action and the help of the automated external defibrillator he carried.
Heart charity calls for more public defibrillators Read more at: http://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/news/heart-charity-calls-for-more-public-defibrillators-1-8241189
A leading heart charity is calling for better access to public defibrillators, which it says could prevent thousands of deaths a year.
MP joins campaign for more defibrillators in Louth and Horncastle schools Read more at: http://www.horncastlenews.co.uk/news/mp-joins-campaign-for-more-defibrillators-in-louth-and-horncastle-schools-1-7666384
Victoria Atkins MP has shown her support for more lifesaving defibrillators in Louth and Horncastle’s schools.
Life-saving defibrillator now in action in Beaumont Park
A piece of life-saving equipment has been installed in Huddersfield’s Beaumont Park to deal with round-the-clock cardiac emergencies.
MP Tom calls for more defibrillators in schools
An MP this weeks backed calls for more defibrillators in schools as part of a campaign to save lives.
Bluffton officers save man's life
Defibrillators recently placed in Bluffton Police Department cars by the Arrhythmia Alliance have saved a life. Bluffton police officers, James Mendicino and Jason Rodriquez, were first on the scene Oct. 26 when a 58-year-old man collapsed. Before paramedics arrived the two officers used CPR and the automated external defibrillator on the man.
58 Year Old Saved By Bluffton Police Department Using AED donated by Arrhythmia Alliance Defibs Saves Lives – Gavin Quance Campaign
October 26th , 2016, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina: Arrhythmia Alliance, a leading international heart rhythm charity based in South Carolina, is pleased to announce that a 58-year old male was saved yesterday by the Bluffton Police Department by one of the defibrillators that was recently placed in the vehicles from the Arrhythmia Alliance – Defibs Save Lives – Gavin Quance Campaign. Officers responded to a report of a 58 year old male who had collapsed. Upon arrival, ahead of paramedics, the officers perfomed CPR and used the AED from the vehicle. After two shocks, they brought the person back. He was breathing and is currently being treated at Hilton Head Hospital.
Life-saving equipment installed
MP Makes Vow on Defibrillators
Warley MP John Spellar has promised to work with schools in a Black Country borough to get more defibrillators fitted.
Some facts you should know about sudden cardiac arrest
Some facts you should know about sudden cardiac address.