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May 5th

Life after cardiac arrest

On December 11, 2008, my husband suffered a sudden cardiac arrest. We were blessed to have two women at the church who were both certified in CPR. Unfortnately, they were unable to prevent an anoxic brain injury. So, in a word, life after cardiac arrest is DIFFICULT.

I joined SCA Foundation a few months ago after it was recommended to me by a friend from Pittsburgh. At the time, I was tempted to start my blog. I didn't. Instead, I put it off.

Remembering Hans Dahll

Today would have been Hans Dahll's 87th birthday. Hans was founding CEO of Laerdal Medical, Americas. Here is an article that was published in the Journal of Emergency Medical Services when Hans died in March 2006.

To Sir With Love

Hans H. Dahll: A Personal Reflection

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