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Saving Lives from Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Cumberland County

Avive AED
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This device is currently undergoing FDA review and is not commercially available for sale in the U.S.

Host an AED

Fill out this quick survey if you are interested in signing up to be a prospective AED host once units become available. Filling out this form does not guarantee we will be able to place an AED with you.

Get CPR Trained!

Digital Training:

This short video-based training will teach you the simple steps you need to save a life from SCA in Cumberland County.

In-Person Training:

We are providing free in-person CPR training classes so that everyone in Cumberland County is prepared to save a life from SCA!
*This training is a demonstration, not a certification class

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Frequently Asked Questions

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If you see some collapse suddenly and they are not responsive or breathing normally, you want to Call-Push-Shock. This means you want to immediately call 911, begin hands-only CPR by pushing hard and fast on the center of their chest, and use an AED to restart their heart. Let’s say you didn’t see a person collapse, but you find someone who is unresponsive. In this case, you also want to immediately Call-Push-Shock. Victims of Sudden Cardiac Arrest will sometimes gasp or shake as if having a seizure. This does not mean that they are breathing normally or responsive and you want to immediately Call-Push-Shock. If a person is not responding, don’t keep trying to wake them up – they will not and your fast response is critical for their survival. Learn more about how to Call-Push-Shock!

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