BEING HEART SAFE – An Arrow team inter­view — by Bon­nie Durrance

Imag­ine this: You’re in your office work­ing at your desk and a cowork­er approach­es in dis­tress, col­laps­ing in front of you. What would you do? Your mind would prob­a­bly race: Is this a heart attack? Does any­one know CPR? Isn’t there a defib­ril­la­tor some­where? Where is it? Does it still work? Does any­body know how to use it? By now you’re shout­ing, “Call 9–1‑1!”  Every 27 sec­onds some­one, some­where in the U.S., is suf­fer­ing a heart attack or a sud­den car­diac arrest, accord­ing to the Amer­i­can Heart Asso­ci­a­tion (AHA).

Read entire arti­cle here…