Tag Archives: Electrocardiogram

Reducing firefighters’ risk of sudden cardiac arrest: Cardiac Science for the week of Nov. 1

Heart Safe news: Our weekly update on what’s happening in the world of heart safety and noninvasive cardiology Reducing firefighters’ risk of sudden cardiac arrest Seattle’s KING 5 reports that University of Pittsburgh researchers are testing two high-tech cooling techniques to reduce the incidence of sudden cardiac arrest among firefighters. Smoke, toxic fumes, searingly hot temperatures, and exertion […]

In memory of Eric: Cardiac screening for teen athletes

More than 500 Steele Canyon High School students received free cardiac screenings, thanks to the family of Eric Paredes. Cardiac Science was proud to be involved Saturday at the first-ever cardiac screening for students at Steele Canyon High School in San Diego. More than 500 teens took advantage of free cardiac screenings, thanks to the […]

California school district aims to equip schools with AEDs: Cardiac Science for the week of June 28

  California school district aims to equip schools with AEDs. California school district aims to equip schools with AEDs The Poway Unified School District in San Diego has announced plans to put automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in all 37 school buildings. The plan received a “go ahead” from the district’s board of trustees and their final approval […]