Check out this life changing, brief story about a man who’s life was saved by a co-worker using CPR and an AED. These methods can triple the chances of survival! Locate your nearest AED today and learn how to use it just in case you’re in this situation!
Survival of a sudden cardiac arrest doubles with the proper use of an automated external defibrillator (AED.) Locate your nearest AED in your workplace and learn how to use it so that you can be ready to help save a life!
Come on down to The Palestra from 6-9pm for UPenn’s men’s basketball game and learn how to perform CPR for free! Take advantage; You may be the next person to save someone’s life!
Many people cannot differentiate between sudden cardiac arrest and a heart attack. Both can be deadly. Click the link below to get a better knowledge on both. There is also a brief video showing how to perform CPR! https://www.heart.org/en/health-topics/heart-attack/about-heart-attacks/heart-attack-or-sudden-cardiac-arrest-how-are-they-different
In honor of American Heart Month, this is the perfect time to schedule free CPR training! Remember, The Mobile CPR Project provides hands-only CPR training in under an hour!
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Here’s your chance–drop by the Independence Visitor Center on 5th and Market to ask your questions about CPR and AEDs, TODAY!!
June 1-7 is National CPR Awareness Week! With the help of our friends at AHA, we will be training so many people in hands-only CPR and AED use! Join us on June 1st at the Independence Visitor Center for your chance to learn a life saving skill!
Earlier this month, The Mobile CPR Project traveled out to North Philadelphia to teach this great group of individuals! Not only did we teach them how to perform effective hands-only CPR, but the entire class was translated to Spanish! Language should not be a barrier to education!
Always a pleasure teaching these eager students!
PSF’S Science Carnival was a huge success!
We reached over 700 people in total at the Philadelphia Science Festival this year! We’re so thankful for the opportunity to educate the public about sudden cardiac arrest and CPR!