CPR Awareness

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DIY Pets : Another great video demonstrating how to do CPR on a dog (also works for cats). An important skill for any pet guardian! Cpr For Dogs, Dogs And Puppies, Doggies, Dog Care Tips, Pet Care, Mundo Animal, Dog Life, I Love Dogs, Dog Training

Pet CPR

In this video, Elaine Acker, former CEO of Pets Amercia, demonstrates a technique for performing CPR on pets. NOTE: Since this video was produced there are n...

Ken Jeong AHA Hands-Only CPR video. I like the British version a lot better, but hey, at least they remind you to call How complicated is this for the average person to remember? Ken Jeong, Cpr Training, E Motion, American Heart Association, Go Red, In Case Of Emergency, Staying Alive, Emergency Preparedness, Wellness

CPR.COM

Awareness of hands-only CPR is being raised through a series of clever ads starring well-known personalities. Earlier this year, the British Heart Foundation released an instructional video aimed at British audiences starring actor, soccer star Vinnie Jones. The American Heart Association originally released their hands-only CPR video starring Ken Jeong in 2011. Ken Jeong is not only an[...]

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Fr33 Hearts

Fr33 Aid started the Fr33 Hearts program to educate people about the importance of voluntary emergency response. Cardiac arrest can happen anywhere, at anytime, and the more people who know about CPR, the better chances are for survival. Chances for survival decrease by about 10% with each passing minute, and some emergency response systems take over 10 minutes to arrive. You can take the Fr33 Hearts Quiz online, or come see us at an upcoming liberty event and practice your CPR skills. If…

CPR and defibrillation: What YOU can do to save a life Emergency Call, What You Can Do, When Someone, Canning, Life, Home Canning, Conservation

CPR and defibrillation: What YOU can do to save a life

Heart disease is the number one killer of both women and men, and cardiac arrest can strike kids as well as adults. Most of the time, there are no prior symptoms when someone collapses from a cardiac arrest. With each minute that passes until a shock can be delivered, a person's chance of survival decreases by about 10%. Meanwhile, EMS response times can vary significantly from place to place. For example, the time to respond to a 911 emergency call in Boston is about 7 minutes. Studies have…