The gender SCA gap: why survival rates are lower for women

Did you know that after a sudden cardiac arrest, women have a lower survival rate than men? Find out the facts and how we can avoid this.

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Hands-on CPR

Saving life with hands-only CPR

Learn more about the importance of bystander hands-only CPR, and how this can help more people survive sudden cardiac arrest.

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Planes, trains and defibrillators: AEDs on public transport

The problem with Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is that it’s just that – sudden. Apparently healthy people can collapse anywhere and at any time, and public transport is no exception.

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National Heart Awareness Month

Very few people know what to do if someone else, or even they themselves, has a heart attack. Would you?

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On-site AEDs save lives in sport centres

A recent study showed how locating AEDs in sports facilities could greatly increase survival rates.

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Study recommends AEDs for bowling alleys, dance studios

Should more non-traditional exercise venues carry defibrillators?

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Sudden cardiac arrest: Research and awareness in Australia

Find out how outcomes are being improved for SCA patients in Australia.

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