Post-CPR chest pain survey results

Being resuscitated is something that the patient is usually totally oblivious to, and whilst the ramifications of the event can be long term, often the first indication that you have been through something is when you regain consciousness and notice pain your the chest. Of course, if you have received major heart surgery it’s certainly … Read more

Support for lay CPR givers

With up to 80% of Sudden Cardiac Arrests occurring in a domestic environment, it’s inevitable that untrained (lay) people get involved or witness a resuscitation attempt utilising CPR and/or AED shocks. We definitely wouldn’t want to put anyone off from getting involved in a resuscitation attempt by saying this (see “Would you do CPR again” … Read more

Three pints

WARNING – Please be aware that the following article describes a resuscitation event, albeit with some humor but some may find it unsettling I organised a “do” a couple of weeks ago for my social club who have had limited meetings over the last 18 months or so. We had some potential new members, some … Read more