Study Shows Living in High-Rise Buildings Affects Cardiac Arrest Survival
Jan 19, 2016 Medical researchers explained in a new study how living on upper floors of tall buildings can significantly decrease people's chances of surviving cardiac arrests. Based on their findings, this effect is all about the time it takes for medical responders to reach the patients.
Most People Ignore Dangerous Symptoms of Cardiac Arrest According to New Study
Dec 28, 2015 A new study carried out by medical researchers revealed that many people ignore or accidentally miss the warning signs of cardiac arrests. According to the researchers, these symptoms sometimes appear weeks or even months before people feel the full effects of this condition.