Recently, as I stood in the checkout line at my local grocery store, the unusual sight of an employee running caught my eye. I realised almost immediately that he was rushing to collect the Automated External Defibrillation (AED) device fixed to the wall in front of my lane. I am a Registered Nurse and I knew that the need for the AED meant someone was seriously ill in the store. Sure enough, I looked to my right and an elderly man was unconscious on the ground.
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You already know it's good to keep your CPR chops up to date so you can help a human, but dogs and cats can benefit from CPR too. The guidelines in this video might just save your furry friend's life.