60 Years of Modern CPR

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The Dog, The Lift and CPR

It’s now 60 years since the birth of modern CPR. The above video was made to celebrate the 50th anniversary and features the original scientists to whom we owe so much for their work.

Watch to learn how it all came together as Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation.

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What is an automated external defibrillator (AED)?

The thought of obtaining a defibrillator can be overwhelming.   LONDON HEARTS  have put together a guide to help you make a decision on which #defibrillator is best suited to you and your needs. Perhaps every home should have one!  Now that’s a thought… Click here to find out everything you need to know An Automated […]

A Clear Message to All, especially those who are treating COVID19 with Complacency – very Sad and Grim, but Essential Viewing.

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