What do people do when they witness a cardiac arrest?
Nothing. At least that’s the case in 7 out of 10 cases.
Because half of cardiac arrests, where the heart stops beating, that are outside a hospital are witnessed by a member of the public. Every minute following a cardiac arrest without CPR, the chances of survival drop by 10%.
And with effective CPR? Your chances of survival can be quadrupled. Wouldn’t you want your community, your friends, and your families, to know these vital skills for when the need arises?
Interested? Then sign up to BIMA LifeSavers today: a one day annual event where volunteers deliver life-saving training to the British public in over 20 mosques across the UK.
Email [email protected] to be part of a project that will help save lives.