CPR Statistics

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    CPR & Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) Fact Sheet As of April 26, 2010 Sudden Cardiac Arrest • EMS treats nearly 300,000 victims of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest each year in the U.S. • Less than eight percent of people who suffer cardiac arrest outside the hospital survive. • Sudden cardiac arrest can happen to anyone at

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  • Community CPR class at GBC - Elko Daily Free Press January 27, 2015
    Elko Daily Free PressCommunity CPR class at GBCElko Daily Free PressELKO -- Great Basin College and Newmont Mine Rescue have teamed together to bring the community a low-cost basic adult, child and infant CPR course on Feb. 7 in the Great Basin College Health Science Building. The time for the course is from 9 a.m. to ... […]
  • Groups aim to get SML 'most CPR-Savvy Community' in the world - Roanoke Times January 27, 2015
    Groups aim to get SML 'most CPR-Savvy Community' in the worldRoanoke TimesThe project, which involves conducting at least 50 basic CPR Friends and Family training classes this year and in 2016, will be conducted as part of SML's 2016 celebration recognizing “50 Years of Making Memories at the Jewel of the Blue Ridge.”. […]
  • Firefighters out to teach CPR to Havelock businesses - Havelock News January 27, 2015
    Havelock NewsFirefighters out to teach CPR to Havelock businessesHavelock NewsMike Thompson, First Citizens Bank financial services manager, practices CPR compressions on a model as Dawn Backmon, a sales and service representative, watches. The Havelock Fire and Rescue Department brought three CPR learning kits to the bank ... […]
  • CPR Quality and Impedance Threshold Device Effectiveness - JEMS.com January 26, 2015
    CPR Quality and Impedance Threshold Device EffectivenessJEMS.comHigh-quality CPR is one of the hottest topics in resuscitation. But like many therapies or approaches in prehospital care, it's hardly the only thing impacting survival. It's important for us to take a systems-based approach to addressing cardiac ... […]
  • 'Personalized' CPR Increases Survival From Cardiac Arrest - Medscape January 26, 2015
    'Personalized' CPR Increases Survival From Cardiac ArrestMedscapePHOENIX — The use of diastolic blood pressure and end tidal carbon dioxide measures to guide in-hospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is associated with a significant improvement in the chance of survival from cardiac arrest, according to new ...and more » […]