After treatment for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, James Gilleland says he feels better than he has in 20 years.
Having the devices easily accessible might save the lives of more cardiac arrest victims.
When little Mary Chittle's heart stopped, a team of doctors, nurses and prayer warriors joined forces to get it beating again.
Quick action by Peter Lombardo’s teachers saved the 17-year-old when he suffered a sudden cardiac arrest.
About 1 in 20 people survive sudden cardiac arrest at home. Amber Ciesielski, 32, survived—but she now faces a rare heart condition.
An athletic trainer recognizes sudden cardiac arrest and saves a college athlete’s life.
Heart trouble dealt knockout punches to three men who frequent the same gym. Each time, quick action saved lives.
In medical terms, it can lead to chest pain and an abnormal heart rhythm, among other symptoms.
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