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Actress Carrie Fisher given 30 minutes of CPR after Heart Attack (Updated)

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Actress Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia in Star Wars) suffered a heart attack while on a flight, about 15 minutes prior to landing at LAX. After the plane landed, paramedics continued CPR for another 15 minutes before they were able to get a pulse. Her mother, Debbie Reynolds, tweeted this on Christmas day: Carrie is in stable condition.If there is a change,we …

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Webelos Scout Leader Uses His CPR Training to Save a Stranger’s Life

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Imagine going on a family vacation to the beach. The feeling of sand between your toes and sounds of the rolling of the waves. The sun shines hot as both children and adults enjoy the water. Imagine now, that you hear panicked cries for help. A man you don’t know is carrying a man named Alex to shore and is …

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What is High Performance (Pit Crew) CPR?

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You may have heard about High Performance CPR (also called Pit Crew CPR). High Performance CPR was designed by Emergency Medical Service professionals. The name “Pit Crew CPR” comes from the inspiration they took from the pit crews in auto-racing, which feature teams of specialists that focus on a single task, when the car comes in, and do that to …