How to help someone who collapses from cardiac arrest

Apr 2, 2014, 7:54 PM | Updated: 7:54 pm

Take a look at this new public service announcement about how you can help save a life if someone collapses from cardiac arrest. To learn more about how you can help save a life, visit the Save Hearts in Arizona Registry & Education website.

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How to help someone who collapses from cardiac arrest