Sudden cardiac arrest strikes without warning. It knows no boundaries, claiming hundreds of thousands of lives around the world every year. People of all ages, races, languages, fitness levels and walks of life succumb to it - and most don't survive.

Sudden cardiac arrest can leave a tragic void in families, workplaces and communities.

However, there is hope, because there is treatment.

Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA)
Strikes without warning
Defibrillation is the only treatment
Most people don't survive
Time is critical: survival rates plunge 7-10 percent every minute without defibrillation
It's not enough to do CPR and call for emergency medical help
EMS teams can encounter unavoidable delays

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