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Prehospital Nurse 11 Jan 19
I’ve decided we need to start a worldwide campaign of good as it will inform the public better & may even lead to lives being saved. And we know the importance of good So go on folks of twitter spread the word.
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Emerg Health Services Aug 1
‘A huge THANK YOU to the dispatcher on the line and the paramedics who attended a man who had a heart attack at Superstore. Your excellent direction for bystander CPR and prompt arrival meant great care for this man.' - Jennifer, Vancouver
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Petra Schuffelen Aug 4
Importance : ⁦⁩ students saved professor James Oxley after while swimming at ⁦⁩. Oxley was taken to ⁦⁦@TheLakeHealth⁩. His cardiologist: “The students were the of this whole situation.”
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Petra Schuffelen Feb 22
Briljant: Ali:’CPR lessons helped me save my dad's life’. Just two weeks after learning at school, Ali used the skill to save her dad's life. ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁦⁦
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Karen Fry Nov 25
Today we had the opportunity to train ⁦⁩ in 9 more people learning how every second counts ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Neilston & Uplawmoor CFR Nov 12
Over the last few weeks we have been making a regular appearance at Eastwood High School in giving Pupils & Staff CPR & Defibrillator awareness. Great effort with over 150/200 Pupils and teachers now able to save someone’s life should they need!
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Prehospital Nurse 11 Jan 19
Go on let’s get some examples in this thread of bad TV drama (Sci Fi excused). And spread the word that we want good CPR portrayed as it may educate the public and might even save lives.
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Peter Bowles Oct 14
Every minute without CPR decreases chances of survival by 10% Learn for free! The numbers speak for themselves Norway: Bystander CPR rate 73% Survival rate 25% UK: Bystander CPR rate 40-60% Survival rate 8%
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Prehospital Nurse 20 Jan 19
Learn how to do properly as you may save a life.
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EMS World Sep 10
Research presented at the European Society of Cardiology found that athletes who experienced were nearly eight times more likely to survive if they received .
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Hilary Powell 24 Jan 19
You can find out more about and learn how to download app on .
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M Health Fairview Jan 30
He collapsed at a hockey game – unconscious, not breathing, no pulse. Thank you to the police officer and our nurse who stepped up when this man’s life was on the line ➡️
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NAEMSP Jan 15
This is the kind of earworm you need to save a child's life. Watch and share this video to learn the correct way to perform CPR:
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Carole R. Myers, PhD, RN, FAAN Jun 18
New episode of radio today on NPR. Topic is . Listen live on at 750 am & 650 pm or online at (live & all past episodes are available for on-demand listening.
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Resuscitation Conference Sep 14
🚨There’s no hope for survival bystander CPR! come here about: optimizing training of first responders, dispatching responders using apps like , delivering dispatcher assisted CPR, bringing defibrillators with drones??? 👉
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Defibs 4 Sheffield Apr 19
80% of the cardiac arrests outside hospital happen in the home – often in front of families and loved ones. Every second counts, because a delay quickly reduces a person’s chance of survival.
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Taskforce QRS Nov 17
Emphasize , anyone can save lives. Doctor sceptical about public learning is converted after his life was saved by six passers-by.
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Alex Walter May 14
so important, 8x more than small prick with a needle! Sorry couldn't resist!
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Montco DPS Aug 28
Heard of but not sure how it works? Here's a great news story about how easy it is for you to right here in . More info:
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Send Paramedics Oct 10
There’s a lot to do to pass time waiting at the station for a train — read…listen to music…learn how to save a life? Yes, in the minutes it takes for a train to arrive, a person can learn CPR Learn CPR while you wait!
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