SAVE THE DATE: 1 - 7 June 2020


Why is it important to Know Your Pulse?

There is currently no required program of pulse checks or heart rhythm screening at regular health check-ups. Something as simple as Knowing Your Pulse can save your life or reduce your risk of a debilitating or life-threatening AF-related stroke – the most severe type of stroke. It only takes 30 seconds, and is so simple that people of all ages, young and old, can learn how to do it.


Know Your Pulse to Know Your Rhythm and together we can bring about change and ensure we all live healthier, longer lives.


Download our information resources (below):

'Take the Pulse Check Challenge' Poster
Display this poster in your workplace, clinic or community to help encourage others to take the 'Pulse Check Challenge' and to #KnowYourPulse to #KnowYourRhythm.
'Know Your Pulse' Factsheet
Display this factsheet in your workplace, clinic or community to help educate others on how to correctly check your pulse and why it is important to #KnowYourPulse and understand your heart rhythm.
'Identifying the Undiagnosed Person' Booklet
This easy to read patient booklet can be used to help learn more about arrhythmias, including the different types, and help with their diagnosis and treatment.




  Why is it important to know where your nearest AED is located?

Our #DefibsSaveLives campaign is a direct result of these devastating statistics, an education based advocacy and fundraising movement that serves the local areas of the Lowcountry in South Carolina, but also meets the needs of communities across the United States. This critical work equips communities with the education, tools and resources necessary to implement the chain of survival during SCA in the public and private sectors.


Support our Defibs Save Lives campaign and together we can ensure that all communities are HeartSafe.

 Email: or call: 843-415-1886 

Download our information resources (below):

'What can I do about Sudden Cardiac Arrest?' Booklet
This booklet details everything you need to know about SCA, inlcuding the difference between SCA and a heart attack, what to do during SCA and information on AEDs.
'Know the Difference - Make a Difference' Factsheet
Display this factsheet in your workplace, clinic or community to help educate bystanders on ensuring the Chain of Survival and the steps required during SCA.
'What is an AED?' Children's Booklet
This easy to read pediatric booklet can be used to help teach children about their heart, what to do during Sudden Cardiac Arrest, including CPR and the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).




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