By Keith Upchurch
DURHAM, N.C. — A woman was jogging with her fiancé in Durham when he collapsed from a heart attack, but she administered CPR and revived him.
By George Kelly
Contra Costa Times
OAKLAND, Calif. — Authorities have identified a 23-year-old Oakland man who died after he fled a traffic stop and became wedged between two buildings ...
By Katrease Stafford
Detroit Free Press
DETROIT — The family of an 8-month-old girl who died after an emergency medical technician refused to go to her home when she stopped breathing ...
The Associated Press
COMPTON, Calif. — Defibrillator machines are back on Compton’s fire trucks and ambulances after the city addressed concerns by Los Angeles County regulators ...
By Tim Unruh
The Salina Journal
SALINA, Kan. — Family members heaped praise on Collin Creach in the aftermath of an accident at Brown’s Park on Tuesday night in which his grandmother, ...
Supervisor repeatedly orders EMT Thomas to respond to the 9-month-old in cardiac arrest
DETROIT — The Detroit Police Department is investigating the refusal, despite repeated direct orders from her supervisor, of Detroit EMT Ann Marie Thomas to respond to a 911 call for an ...
The video CLEAR!, a parody to the Usher song "Yeah" promotes CPR and using an AED to save lives.
Paramedics administered CPR on the way to the hospital, but the 11-month-old was later declared dead
The Associated Press
LAUDERHILL, Fla. — Police in South Florida say an 11-month-old baby died after being left inside a sport utility vehicle parked outside their apartment near Fort ...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. — A former area volunteer firefighter has been accused of keeping several thousand dollars in CPR class fees.
Robert A. Grayless, 50, of New Haven ...
By Ben Welsh
Los Angeles Times
LOS ANGELES — Most fire trucks and ambulances run by the Compton Fire Department have been stripped of defibrillator machines, a crucial lifesaving device ...
Demonstration of the ResQCPR medical device for performing CPR
By Ben Bartenstein
ST. PAUL, Minn. — After 25 years of clinical trials, St. Paul is among the first cities to install new CPR devices -- inspired by a toilet plunger -- ...
ATLANTA — Hundreds of EMS agencies are participating in Cardiac Arrest Registry to Enhance Survival (CARES) program, which is an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) registry that has ...