Resuscitation: Ten steps for improving survival from sudden cardiac arrestThis supplement is designed to serve as a guide that lays out 10 steps that will lead to an increase in cardiac arrest survival in your community. It is a practical guide, full of concrete suggestions and specific training tools. The faculty of the Resuscitation Academy hope you embrace these ideas. Sponsors of this supplement include the American Heart Association, Laerdal Medical Corporation, Physio-Control Inc. and ZOLL Medical Corporation.
Reach for the Higher-hanging FruitCardiac arrest survival rates improve when a group of passionate individuals create a plan, divide and conquer, & continually work together.
Plan of ActionTen steps for change.
Resuscitation AcademyA two-way exchange of information.
The Seven Resuscitation Academy MantrasAt every Resuscitation Academy class, the faculty sets the stage with a few expressions we hope encapsulate a tiny bit of wisdom.
A how-to guide.
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