Entries by Naomi Lum

Seven Good Samaritans were awarded the Community Lifesaver Award!

On 30th May 2021, when Mr Loy Kwong Choy was jogging, he witnessed a jogger who had suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed. Nearby, Lifeguards, Mr Mohammad Azhar Abdullah Sani, Mr Mohamad Noriman Bahtiar, and Mr Del Moro Dennis Ranido had heard shouts of help. Together with Mr Loy, they performed CPR and the use […]

Selamat Hari Raya Haji!

Wishing all our Muslim friends Selamat Hari Raya Haji! And please continue to stay safe and healthy! #daretosaveaheart

Off-duty Firefighters saved Man by performing CPR and use of AED!

During the Fourth of July Parade, a group of off-duty firefighters who were marching in the parade, saw a driver slumped over the wheel. They immediately stepped forward and safely stopped the truck, and perform CPR and use the AED on the man to revive him. Thank you stepping up to help safe a heart! […]

Can you perform CPR on a pregnant women?

Here is our Programme Director, Dr Jade Kua, sharing with you on 3 steps that you can do to help save a life! To learn more information about CPR and AED, download our free DARE- LEARN CPR app now! #daretosaveaheart Source: askdrhq For the full story: [Click here]  

Denmark’s Christian Eriksen was saved by CPR!

During the Euro 2020 opening match between Denmark and Finland, Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed. Upon witnessing his collapse, the medic staff quickly performed CPR and use a defibrillator to resuscitate him. Thanks to their efforts, Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen survived and is in stable condition. To learn more information […]

Bystander CPR and the use of AED helped to save his life!

As Mr Gardner Yost, M.D., a resident physician, had just ended work, he witnessed an accident and pulled over his car to find the driver unconscious. Immediately, he opened the driver’s side door and checked his pulse. After realising a faint pulse, he pulled him out of the vehicle and performed CPR while instructing another […]

How do I classify an Emergency or a non-emergency case?

Always remember to call 995 when you suffer from: Cardiac arrest Seizures Breathlessness Major Trauma or Stroke If it is a non-emergency case, call 1777 or visit your nearest clinic for assistance! To learn more information about CPR and AED, come and join us in our DARE virtual classes! Classes schedule and timings can be […]