Bystander CPR is emergency CPR administered by someone that close to the situation physically but not a part of an official response team dispatched from emergency services. Considering the high number of occurrences, cardiac arrest is likely to happen in a busy public place – as a result, the actions of bystanders are crucial...READ MORE
What Does a Heart Stent Do (And Not Do)?
You may have heard of a heart stent – many people that are walking around with one, and you probably know a few of them yourself. Many people with heart conditions that suffer from a blockage in a heart artery will be offered a stent, a small metal tube that helps to support narrow...READ MORE
CPR in Unsafe Environments
The first thing that you need to do in any medical emergency is assess the environment you are in to make sure that it is safe. While it will be obviously safe in most circumstances, at other times you may need to take a step back and not administer CPR if you are dealing...READ MORE
5 First Aid Tips to Remember
Usually when people are in an emergency situation they call 911 and wait for a paramedic to arrive. Did you know there are many things you can do to help until they reach you? As a premier First Aid & CPR Training Toronto center, Heart 2 Heart offers an assortment of classes for any...READ MORE