A defibrillator or AED saved the life of a Windsor man. He emphasizes that everybody should learn how to use the device.
Andrew Brown suffered
a massive heart attack after playing hockey at Belle River Arena. Luckily, the 51-year
old man was saved by his teammates.
His teammates immediately
performed CPR and utilized the defibrillator of the arena. Brown is hoping that
others will also do the same in similar scenarios.
Public areas should
have an easily-accessible defibrillator, especially in sports arenas. It is
also recommended that everybody knows how to perform CPR and use an automated
external defibrillator (AED). Prompt delivery of CPR followed by an AED
significantly increases the chances of survival. Remember you never know when
someone might need help.
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