Archive - Jan 26, 2017 - SCA Article

Archive - Jan 26, 2017 - SCA Article

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AHA Releases Latest Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics

DALLAS, TX -- There are more than 350,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA) annually in the U.S., nearly 90% of them fatal, according to the American Heart Association’s newly released Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics - 2017 Update. According to the report, the annual incidence of EMS-assessed non-traumatic OHCA in 2015 is estimated to be 356,500. Estimates also suggest 7,037 children suffer OHCA each year.[1]

Getting To The Heart Of Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Olympic skater shares his heart-stopping experience and what you should know about new implantable heart devices

Even a fit and healthy professional athlete can suffer from sudden cardiac arrest—but a look at Olympic skater Paul Wylie’s story may help to shed some light on what you need to know about the latest advancements in implantable heart devices that protect against sudden cardiac arrest and treat other irregular heart rhythms.

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