To maximise the chance of survival for a cardiac arrest victim, timely intervention is crucial.

For every minute that passes without treatment, the survival rate decreases by 10% so the quicker you can react and commence CPR and Defibrillation, the better.

Below is a short guide of what to do in a medical emergency when someone suffers a cardiac arrest and requires CPR and Defibrillation. Remember, every second counts so the quicker you can react, the greater chances of survival for the patient.


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