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The Wall Street Journal WASHINGTON — A new push is under way to improve the care people get after they call 911, when minutes can make the difference between life and death. ...
The Associated PressPARK CITY, Utah — A 19-year-old University of Utah student has died after falling about 30 feet from a Park City ski resort's chairlift.Canyons Ski Resort ...
SAN FRANCISCO — A life-saving mobile app is stretching its reach. The PulsePoint app — previously known as the FireDepartment app — is now available at no cost in ...
By Hailey Heinz Albuquerque Journal ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — It's hard not to be startled when mannequins start to talk. Or breathe. Or make vomiting sounds. But it's common ...
ReutersROCHESTER, Minn. — The rules of how to treat cardiac arrest are being re-written at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. Technology, new drug treatments, conventional CPR and ...
By David Rogers The Palm Beach Daily NewsPALM BEACH, Fla. — For Palm Beach, $51,310 does not represent a large budget expense.But that figure, for four AutoPulse noninvasive ...
By Jamie Thompson EMS1 StaffObesity rates for Americans have more than doubled in the past 30 years — and with it means increased challenges for medics in delivering care. ...
By Alicia Chang Associated PressLOS ANGELES — The 12-year-old boy who was rescued after spending 20 minutes in the cold Pacific likely survived because of his age, among ...
EMS1 is focusing on news and information about CPR equipment throughout the month of June 2011. Check out some of these great products currently on the ...
Though research is ongoing as we learn how to optimally use these mechanical CPR devices, several products stand out as leaders in the market ...
By Sarah Sutschek Northwest HeraldMcHENRY, Ill. — Joel Arnier was back on his boat Thursday, two days after he went fishing and ended up saving a 1-year-old's life.On ...
By Shari Rudavsky The Indianapolis Star INDIANAPOLIS —The statistics for surviving sudden cardiac arrest outside a hospital are dismal: Fewer than 10 percent make it. But a ...
By Stephen Abel WALB 10THOMASVILLE, Ga. - This equipment may not look like much, but firefighters say it is the future of life saving technology. Thomas County Fire and Rescue just ...
By Lauri Gray Eaton San Antonio Express-NewsSAN ANTONIO —CPR is hard and sometimes dangerous work.As any experienced EMT will attest, the act of rhythmically, forcefully and ...
By Evan Axelbank WPTV.comWEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — The West Palm Beach Fire Department is one of a few in South Florida that trains its firefighters to purposely give ...
By Sonya Colberg The OklahomanMUSTANG, Okla. — Scott Badgett felt restless.He couldn't really say why, but the associate pastor gulped down his lunch at home and then got ...
As you can imagine, I literally rejoice at such an article, and an emphasis to train kids in CPR and AED use prior to graduation will go a very long way in strengthening the first ...
So you got a pulse, now what? Return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest has improved over recent years, but is still lower than we would like. ...
The AHA wants states to require students to learn CPR and use an AED before they graduate ...
By Wendy Lee The Star TribuneROSEVILLE, Minn. — Dr. Keith Lurie remembers when he met a male patient 23 years ago who was resuscitated not through traditional CPR, but with a ...