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Quick Recap of FAQ #6 : What are the chances of being sued if you do CPR as a layman?

In our last quick recap of the first half of the Frequently Asked Questions series, here is Dr Jade sharing with you the myths of being sued when performing CPR.

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Emergent of DARE HERO who had saved TWO lives since 2016!

Emergent of DARE HERO who had saved TWO lives since 2016. Because he DARE, his father was saved and recovering well! We are proud of you, Alaric! 👍🏻😊

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Quick Recap of FAQ #4 : Who is qualified to save a life?

As part of our recap on Frequently Asked Questions series, Dr Jade will share with us a quick recap of who is qualified to save a life.

There are times when people are afraid and worried about performing CPR for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest victims because they are not medically trained to do so. Don’t worry, when you call 995, the 995 specialist is always on the phone to guide you. Anybody can save a life!

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Quick Recap of FAQ #3: How do you use an AED?

Today in our quick recap on our Frequently Asked Question series, Dr. Jade will be sharing with us the steps on how to use an AED.

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Quick Recap FAQ #2: How do you do CPR?

Previously, we shared with you a quick recap on how should you respond when you see someone collapse. Today, in our quick recap of FAQ #2, we will be sharing with you on how do we do CPR.

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Quick Recap of FAQ #1 : How do I save a life?

Previously, we shared with you 6 Frequently Asked Questions on CPR and the use of AED.

Here is a quick recap of the 1st video on Frequently Asked Questions, on how should we respond when we see someone collapsed if we are not trained.

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A Good Samaritan saves the life of a stranger by performing CPR.

Together with his brother-in-law, they were jogging around Canberra, Sembawang when suddenly his brother-in-law suffered from a cardiac arrest and collapsed. Thankfully, a passerby quickly stepped up and performed CPR until the paramedics arrived. And thanks to the Good Samaritan, the patient survived!

A Shoutout to the Good Samaritan who attended this case! Thank you for stepping and DARE to save a heart.

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FAQ #6: What are the chances of being sued if you do CPR as a layman?

 

Will I be in great danger of being sued if I start CPR? What are Good Samaritan Laws and does it apply in Singapore?

In this week of our ten-part short FAQ series, we will be exploring the myths of being sued when performing CPR.

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FAQ #5: The truth about rib fractures & CPR

A common question that people ask is whether one will get in trouble for causing a rib fracture when performing CPR. Here’s Dr Jade, sharing with you more on the myths surrounding rib fractures and CPR.

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FAQ #4: Who is qualified to save a life?

 

There are times when people are afraid and worried about performing CPR for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest victims because they are not medically trained to do so. Every minute that the victim does not receive help, their mortality will increase by 10%. So, step up and DARE to save a heart. Don’t worry, when you call 995, the 995 specialist is always on the phone to guide you. Anybody can save a life!

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For more information as well as new e-learning resources about CPR and AED, download our free DARE- LEARN app now. #daretosaveaheart