Mike Quinn, an athletic trainer who has known the Mangine family for many years and helps the One Shot Foundation with its CPR and AED training, shared his extraordinary story of surviving sudden cardiac arrest on March 6, 2023 with Chad Mitchell of Star 93.3. Mike had helped train the coaches
The Matthew Mangine Jr. "One Shot" Foundation teamed up with RUSH Physical Therapy Thursday night to offer Take10 hands-only CPR training during DePaul University's women's basketball game in Chicago.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is a life-threatening emergency that occurs when the heart suddenly stops beating. It strikes people of all ages who may seem to be healthy, even children and teens.
A Cardiac Emergency Response Plan (CERP) can increase sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) survival rates by 50 percent or more by enabling a trained lay-responder team to take action. The safety of students, school staff and visitors can be enhanced with a coordinated, practiced response plan where
A sudden cardiac arrest in school or at a school event is potentially devastating to families and communities. An appropriate response to such an event—as promoted by developing, implementing, and practicing a cardiac emergency response plan (CERP)—can increase survival rates.