Items tagged as "CPR"
ROCHESTER, Minn. — June 7, 2012. Just the idea of performing CPR can intimidate the average person, whether it's the thought of what's at stake or simply trying to remember all of the steps. A move to simplify cardiopulmonary resuscitation practices for the public is one of many advances important [...]Created by Sharon Theimer
In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Roger White has some advice regarding CPR and automated external defibrillators. To listen, click the link below. CPR and DefibrillatorsCreated by Admin
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This video series is designed to educate, entertain and deliver life-saving tips with high-tech mannequins. Click here [...]Created by Dana Sparks
It was two years ago when 54-year-old Howard Snitzer crumpled to the ground, suffering a massive heart attack, and more than 20 first responders came to his aid. Today he's enoying the slopes and a second chance at life. Some say it was divine intervention and others say it was everyone [...]Created by Dana Sparks
After a workout, Howard Snitzer stopped to pick up groceries for dinner and instead fell to the sidewalk with a massive heart attack. The volunteer response in Goodhue, Minnesota and the surrounding community was remarkable. More than 20 people took turns every 2 minutes to give Howard CPR for over [...]Created by Dana Sparks
Mayo Clinic Expert Discusses What's New For CPR Awareness Month ROCHESTER, Minn. - June 8, 2012. Just the idea of performing CPR can intimidate the average person, whether it’s the thought of saving a life or or just trying to remember all of the steps. Well, maybe it's not that difficult. A [...]Created by Sharon Theimer