Protecting Children and Youth from Sudden Cardiac Arrest
July 25, 2014 - Matthew Krug Foundation donates a Zoll Medical AED to Canal Little League -
Matthew Krug Foundation donates an AED to Capitol Little League
Delaware SCA Related News
December 31, 2011 - CPR effort by YMCA employees saves life - Workers take action after man, 22, goes into cardiac arrest - Shavalya Matthews had just finished a fitness workout Tuesday morning when she heard a commotion on the Bear-Glasgow YMCA's basketball court.
November 3, 2011 - CPR saves Millsboro girl - This past April, 9-year-old Sierra Hall of Millsboro collapsed on the lacrosse field and was saved thanks to the quick thinking of a bystander who delivered CPR.
Cardiac Alert Dogs Making a Difference - Non-profit organization Canine Partners for Life’s Fall/Winter newsletter includes an article "Summer 2011 Team Training class celebrated the expansion of our Cardiac Alert Dog program by featuring three new teams."
The Delaware Academy of Public Safety and Security is a co-educational free public charter high school accepting students from throughout Delaware. The school is enrolling cadets entering 9th grade in August 2011 and will be adding a grade each year (10th grade in 2012, 11th grade in 2013, and 12th grade in 2014).
March 29, 2011 - Officers’ CPR efforts save life of 64-year-old Mill Creek man - Community News
On February 24, 2011, Ryan Richardson Wagner, 17, of Townsend, Delaware, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his large and loving family. Ryan suffered a sudden cardiac arrest at home.
September 18, 2010 - Fundraiser hopes to offer miracle to 6-year-old - By Antonio Prado Community News Posted Feb 22, 2011 Hockessin, Del. — Molly Dunne, 6, of Sherwood Park II, has always been a happy, bright and seemingly healthy little girl. “She is very girly and loves baby dolls, Barbies, all things Disney including princesses and Hannah Montana,” her mother, Kristen Dunne said. Read more...Delaware health: The ABCs of AEDs
September 17, 2010 - Saving kids from Sudden Cardiac Arrest - Read more...
May 2, 2010 - Brian Atkins, Jr. and Betsy Foster, the first person to start CPR on the youth when he collapsed.
Brian Atkins, a seemingly robust and healthy 15-year-old Delaware teen, went into cardiac arrest, experiencing “sudden death” on Sunday morning,
November 27, 2009 - Cops save 6-year-old who stopped breathing
April 2, 2009 - Paramedics have new cardiac tool in NCCo - Read more...
February 1, 2016 - Event screens youths for sudden cardiac arrest
April 3, 2015 - Every young athlete deserves a free EKG - On June 6, 2014 – two days after her high school graduation – my daughter Grace suffered Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). Brother Grant swiftly performed CPR. Four minutes later the New Castle County EMS were at the home, paddling her 20 times. On the way to Christiana Hospital she stopped breathing. Ten days later she went home with an implanted defibrillator.
August 25, 2014 - Governor’s Signature Implements Sudden Cardiac Arrest Precautions for Student Athletes - Surrounded by student athletes from Middletown High School on the first day of school, Governor Markell signed legislation that requires the Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association (“DIAA”) to draft regulations to identify symptoms and risk factors of sudden cardiac arrest in student athletes. Read More...
June 15, 2014 - Stars aligned to save one Delaware father's life - There was an automated external defibrillator, its batteries freshly changed, at the Kirkwood Soccer Club complex that day. On Field No. 3, where David Dill was refereeing a New Castle County Adult league playoff, there was an assessor observing Dill. That assessor was certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and knew how to use that AED. Read more...
May 25, 2012 - Newark High School student saved by school staff this week - A student at Newark High School was saved Wednesday by quick-thinking educators who revived the child collapsed. [AED was used.]
May 13, 20014 - Measure requiring heath screenings for student athletes passes in Del. Senate - Delaware schools would have to screen athletes for hidden heart conditions under a measure that cleared the state Senate Tuesday. Read More...
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