Cardiac Arrest Incidents Increasing with Younger Adults

Adults younger than 55 are suggested early on to get a cardiovascular evaluation  to talk to their primary healthcare provider on family history of heart issues, due to the fact that genetics is the biggest risk factor for cardiac arrest and heart disease. Visit the link below to get an in-depth understanding of the determinants and effects of cardiac arrest and heart disease in younger adults, as they also contribute to increasing their risk for heart problems by obesity, tobacco use, high cholesterol, among others.

Cardiac Arrest Survivors More Likely to Have Additional Health Problems

Survivors of sudden cardiac arrest are more susceptible for further health afflictions and PTSD. There has been a very recent research study conducted to ascertain how long after the sudden cardiac arrest event that the survivor will develop symptoms. Please take a brief look of the below website to gather more knowledge on how the aftermath of a cardiac arrest incident can still affect you afterwards.

You Can Save a Life!

CPR is an emergency technique to aid in the revival of someone who is clinically dead. The site below describes in step-by-step format on how to conduct proper CPR. This skill is imperative to acquire for just in case of a life-threatening emergency!  If you’d like to get an in-person understanding and demonstration, schedule a free training with us!

Thank You, Philly!

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CPR Training at Schools

It’s vital to teach the young ones early on how to perform CPR, as they may be around older people such as their parents and grandparents. Click the link to view if your state requires CPR training in your child’s school. If not, please try and teach your kids on how to conduct CPR in case of an emergency.

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