• As CPR and AED Awareness Week comes to an end, we'll show you how you can still raise awareness all year-long! Approximately 350,000 people suffer from sudden cardiac arrest each year in America. An increased awareness can help ensure that more people survive. [...]

  • Organizations are sometimes cautious when considering AED Programs and CPR training. It can be especially challenging for nursing homes – legal implications, causing harm, staff schedules – there is a lot to think about. [...]

  • It’s estimated that 600,000 people suffer from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) in the US each year and that 90% of those sufferers will not survive. Worryingly, more than half of these SCA cases occur out of hospital (OHCA).

  • In deciding to implement an AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) program in the workplace, there are many factors and risks to assess and consider. [...]

  • In an ideal world, every staff member in a nursing home would be an expert in using an AED (Automated External Defibrillators). But, as we all know, things aren't always how we would like them to be. [...]

  •  In the United States over 350,000 sudden cardiac arrests (SCA) occur every year, with only 12% of victims who suffer them out of hospital surviving because they cannot get immediate help. [...]

  • As you may know, sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is a leading cause of death in the United States. It takes a life almost every two minutes, with only 12% of victims surviving an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. [...]

  • Our latest Manager’s Special, the HeartSine Samaritan PAD 360P boasts a simple and portable design. This device is simple to use and compact, making it one of the most popular units within the HeartSine range, designed especially for use in public areas. [...]

  • Do you manage a car dealership? Are you concerned about the health of your employees and customers? Could you be doing more to educate your workforce about heart health? [...]

  • Sudden cardiac arrest can affect anyone at any time or place and at any age. Although, the incidence of SCA does increase with age.

    SCA continues to be a leading cause of death in America and is responsible for over 325,000 deaths each year. [...]