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December 10th, 2013 Drone use for commercial purposes has gotten much press of late due to Amazon announcing it intends to use drones to deliver packages to customers. This is a very intriguing and transformational idea with many intended and
A Queens mother who lost her teenage son to sudden cardiac arrest has set up a foundation to teach children CPR in his memory...Students at Midwood Catholic Academy are getting an important lesson in CPR from a mother on a mission...Murray visits
When a 54-year-old music teacher collapsed in cardiac arrest while teaching at a school in the Seattle suburb of Redmond, his fellow teachers sprang into action to revive him. Redmond Fire paramedic Mike Hilley says one of the teachers who responded
I had enough awareness that I knew something was wrong," said Sloma, 38, of Geneva. "I sat down, put my head between my legs and that's all I remember." A few minutes later, thinking he had fainted and then come to, Sloma remembers telling a crowd of
Breaking News US regulators have warned that some automated external defibrillators made by Philips Medical Systems may be unable to deliver potentially life-saving shocks to the heart in emergency situations, due to an electronic product malfunction.
Featured Video Close More Video Emergency officials have confidence in life-saving public defibrillators despite the death of a man last month after one malfunctioned. Toronto paramedics continue to investigate a death in which a public access
ET It turns out defibrillators can't miraculously save lives if they can't be turned on. A man needed life-saving help earlier this month but, although there were people on scene willing to provide it, a failed battery prevented any opportunity for a
The defibrillator was put on and with one shock, he was brought back, McCann said. Both credit an easily accessible AED for saving Rosbrook's life. The pair helped Marketplace investigate how difficult AEDs can be to find. Marketplace sent teams to
members of the Owners Corporation Network the peak body for strata owners across Australia, based in NSW are involved in a heated debate about whether or not apartment blocks should install heart defibrillators on common property.
Eight Fox Valley area police officers are being commended for their efforts in helping save people's lives...Katy Potts and Officers Mark Root, Jon Rustay, Ryan Nelis, Bill Wood and Kevin Snow, along with Gilberts Police Department Officers Eric