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Simplified CPR can also save lives

Simplified CPR does not require mouth-to-mouth ventilations and is just as effective in helping to save cardiac arrest victims’ lives. Anyone can learn this life-saving skill, through the DARE Programme, in just 1 hour! Sign up for a free DARE training today!

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  1. Zaobao
  2. Zaobao Online
  3. Wanbao

Increased effectiveness in saving lives – CPRcard

The CPRcard is a credit-card sized device that is used on a cardiac arrest victim while perform chest compression. With the handy CPRcard in tow, saving lives could be more effective….[read on more about the CPRcard]

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  1. Straits Times Online(1)
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  3. Today Online (1)
  4. Today Online (2)
  5. Shin Min
  6. Zaobao
  7. Wanbao
  8. Berita Harian
  9. Singapore Health

Free CPR+AED training

There are over 1,800 cardiac arrest cases in Singapore annually. For every minute that passes, the chances of survival decreases by 7-10%. [Read on…]

[Source: Lianhe Zaobao]

DARE-ing the young to save life

The Ministry of Health’s (MOH) Unit for Pre-hospital Emergency Care (UPEC) has rolled out a new training programme called the Dispatcher-Assisted first Responder (DARE). In only six steps, it teaches participants how to help save lives when faced with a cardiac arrest. With its simple techniques, DARE is easy to learn and remember, even for young children. [Read on…]

[Source: Tomorrow’s Medicine]