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Defibrillation
Evergreen
Public Access
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Defibrillation
Evergreen
Public Access

Evergreen Public Access Defibrillation (EPAD) is helping to dramatically increase the survival rate of sudden cardiac arrest victims in our community.

When someone’s heart stops, one of the few treatment options for survival is for someone to immediately start aggressive CPR

CPR/AED Certification: Help make our community safer in just a few short hours.

Boost your karma! Your support helps EPAD keep our community “Heart Safe.” And donating feels good.

Why CPR / AEDs

CPR

If a person’s not breathing and their heart is not beating, they can die or suffer permanent brain damage very quickly. In situations like this, it’s important to know how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR. This course explains when and how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation. The proper process for providing Hands-Only CPR is also explained.

 

If a person’s not breathing and their heart is not beating, they can die or suffer permanent brain damage very quickly. In situations like this, it’s important to know how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR. This course explains when and how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation. The proper process for providing Hands-Only CPR is also explained.

 

AEDs

CPR is a very important action for saving a patient’s life. However, an AED is crucial towards regaining the natural rhythm of the heartbeat as well as restarting the patient’s heart. After performing CPR and if the patient is still non-responsive an AED should be implemented. If the AED does not bring the patient back to consciousness CPR should be re-administered. It’s crucial to call 911 or any Emergency Medical Service (EMS) before performing CPR or applying an AED.

383,000

people suffer from cardiac arrest each year

50,000

number of lives a year that can be saved with widespread access of AEDs

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Donations

Evergreen Public Access Defibrillation¬†is a not-for-profit organization that relies solely on the generosity of our community and business leaders to continue its mission to make the Evergreen community “Heart Safe.‚ÄĚ Through your generous support EPAD will continue CPR/AED training, and the placement of life-saving AEDs throughout our community.

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