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Father survives a cardiac arrest and two-week induced coma

William Thomas shooting 1000 arrows to raise money for the East Anglian Air Ambulance services and the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital who saved his fathers life.

on 12th August, 2019

Essex strep A outbreak: Deep clean of nurse bases after deaths

Community nurse bases have been deep-cleaned to help stop a disease outbreak that has claimed 12 lives so far. The outbreak of invasive Group A streptococcal (iGAS) infection began in Braintree, Essex, but has been found in Chelmsford and Maldon. Mid Essex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) said it was trying to contain the infection. Public Hea... continue reading

By Kathrine Dyke on 28th June, 2019

Cedar House Huntercombe with A&A Training support school by donating a ZOLL AED Plus and training.

On Tuesday 11th June 2019, Cedar House Huntercombe donated a ZOLL AED Plus, which was no longer required to the Charlton Primary School, in Dover, Kent. The school was struggling with spare funds and were desperate to hold a defibrillator onsite.

on 11th June, 2019

Pacemaker powered by your heartbeat

Scientists have built a pacemaker that could be charged by the beating of a heart, eliminating the need for batteries that have to be replaced surgically.

By Kathrine Dyke on 1st May, 2019

Statement on Anaphylactic Guidelines

We seek to clarify misinterpreted information about Resuscitation Council (UK) guidance which has been referred to in recent press coverage following the coroner’s report on the tragic death of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse.

By Kathrine Dyke on 1st May, 2019
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