How can we improve upon the current state of things? How do statistics correlate to improvements? Where can I get the answers to the many questions regarding sudden cardiac arrest, heart attack, CPR and more? It all comes from research!

Recognizing the difference between a heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest is crucial to understanding how to prevent and treat each.

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is the leading cause of heart-related sudden death in people under the age of 40.

Bypass heart surgery is exactly what it sounds like. If you think about a highway bypass which offers an alternative route to congested city driving, you get the general idea.

Too often, people tend to lump major life-threatening physical conditions together. While heart attack and stroke both get a lot of press, they are completely different conditions…

Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is a serious and often lethal medical condition, but its exact definition, the statistics behind its occurrence, and recorded survival rates are not always in consensus.

Might emergency services be for you, either as a career professional or as a volunteer?

Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) survivors understand the preciousness of life – that one moment you can feel perfectly fine and the next wake up in the ICU a few days (or weeks!) later…

Statistics for best survival rates usually mention “High-Quality CPR”, but what makes CPR high-quality?