Sections Building CPR and AED Awareness in Your Community Over 350,000 people suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrests each year in the U.S. Only 10% of them survive. Survival depends on getting CPR immediately from a bystander within the first few minutes following cardiac arrest, before first responders arrive. The solution lies in widespread community CPR training. Educating the lay public on the importance of CPR and how to perform it will increase the number of lifesavers in our communities.1 National CPR and AED Awareness Week is intended to further educate Americans about the necessity of CPR and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training. Each year, CPR/AED classes and demonstrations are conducted, events are hosted and educational information is…
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National Nurses and Hospital Week 2017
During National Nurses Week and National Hospital Week, we would like to extend a special thanks to you, the men and women who support the health and well-being of your communities through your dedication to providing the highest level of quality care. This week is a time to celebrate and reflect on the collaborative efforts taking place to advance healthcare education, raise standards for patient care, and better prepare clinicians for practice. Laerdal is dedicated to supporting all healthcare providers who lead the way for patient health and safety, as part of our mission of helping save lives.
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