The Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation is working hard to save lives in our community! Our goal for Operation Revive is to increase survival rates of those suffering a cardiac emergency outside of the hospital through timely access to defibrillators and
Article by WJBC Radio NORMAL – University High School is launching fundraiser to help set up a fund to purchase AED machines at schools that might not have them. The idea comes from the parents of U-High basketball player Kai
LEXINGTON — In the past 10 years, Chenoa police have administered CPR 20 to 30 times, Chief Travis Cornwall said. “If we had an AED (automated external defibrillator), we more than likely would have used it the majority of those times,”
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On August 27th the Illinois Heart and Lung Foundation hosted its 2nd annual Stayin’ Alive Defibrillator Drive at the Double Tree Hotel to raise funds to place Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in 15 rural communities that do not have access to AEDs in the event of a cardiac emergency.
Joyner-Kersee, who spoke with The Pantagraph this week, will be the keynote speaker and will lead a fun run at the 19th Women’s Health Night next April 25 at Illinois Wesleyan University’s Shirk Center.
The Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation hosted two free CPR/AED trainings in partnership with Advocate Heart Institute at BroMenn Medical Center at Heartland Community College on Saturday, February 27th. Our goal was to provide Operation Revive grantees and community members an
Shelia Diaz, an adult literary coordinator, went shopping with her daughter at Target on December 8th for some last minute Christmas items. As Shelia entered the store she went into cardiac arrest, but fortunately, two trained nurses and a paramedic
EUREKA — With the song “Stayin’ Alive” playing in the background in the Eureka High School auditorium, 20 students performed chest compressions. They were pressing hard and fast on the center of the chest — to the beat of the disco song