Sudden cardiac death (SCD), particular among elite footballers, has attracted much attention in recent times. In total, 118 football-related SCD were identified, a crude mortality
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Timely CPR on cardiac arrest patients with known or suspected COVID-19 should take precedence over resuscitators donning personal protective equipment (PPE), the American Heart Association
Newcastle fan ‘stable’ after falling ill against Tottenham as Eric Dier and Sergio Reguilon hailed as heroes
Medical staff rushed across the pitch with a defibrillator after being alerted by the referee and two Tottenham players and the game was stopped for
TWO Northern Ireland women have won charity awards for their outstanding efforts in supporting heart disease patients and raising money for life saving heart research.
Many nurses will be familiar with the defibrillator on a resuscitation trolley in hospitals but may be less confident to use one as part of
A review on initiatives for the management of daily medical emergencies prior to the arrival of emergency medical services
In this study, research on pre-EMS services was reviewed. Existing studies on AED locations often consider that these devices are placed at fixed locations using
Analysis of the Way and Correctness of Using Automated External Defibrillators Placed in Public Space in Polish Cities
The aim of this study is to analyze the way and correctness of use of automated external defibrillators placed in public spaces in Polish cities.
Video developed for public as part of the #DefibsSaveLives. This critical work equips communities with the education, tools and resources necessary to implement the chain
A number of selected sports clubs were visited, and participants aged ≥16 were asked to complete a questionnaire relating to current awareness and attitudes toward
Drones outpace ambulances by airdropping defibrillators to heart attack patients in real-world study
Researchers in Sweden are hoping they can be used to outrun ambulances as they respond to heart attacks. In what they describe as the world’s