Every year, the hearts of more than 326,000 Americans stop due to Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Nine out of 10 of those affected will die. This rate is 10 times higher than those killed by breast cancer annually.
Be prepared to help by learning the basics of hands-only CPR and how to use an automatic electronic defibrillator (AED). In the video below, St. Elizabeth Emergency Room Nurse Terry Foster will walk you through the steps you need to know to save a life in an urgent cardiac arrest situation.