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Parents & Families

Twenty (20) children a day die from an undetected cardiac arrhythmia! Screening your child’s heart is painless and takes less than ten (10) minutes! When “detected”, it’s “treatable”! Pass it on!

Athletes & Students

No one likes taking tests! You’ve tested your skills, you’ve tested your intelligence. Now test your heart! It’s the easiest test you will ever take and it just may be your life saved!

Coaches & Teachers

As stewards of our youth, learn the facts about “cardiac arrhythmia syndromes”. Know the signs and have an action plan ready ~ AED(s) within reach, CPR training and emergency personnel on staff whenever possible! Be proactive!

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Facts

Leading cause of non-traumatic death

Cardiac arrhythmia syndrome is the leading cause of non-traumatic death in the adolescent athlete and young American population.

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1 out of every 500 has hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

1 out of every 500 children has hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) the leading cause of sudden death in all young people.

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Leading cause of non-traumatic death in the adolescent athlete

Cardiac arrhythmia syndrome is the leading cause of non-traumatic death in the adolescent athlete and young American population.

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Latest News

Letter: More Must Be Done — By All — To Improve Outcomes In Cases Of Cardiac Arrest

Feb 22, 2017

Letter: More Must Be Done — By All — To Improve Outcomes In Cases Of Cardiac Arrest

Courtesy of The Westerly Sun - In response to the state Association of Fire Chiefs video that aims to inform the public on statewide changes to CPR protocol, more work is needed to save hearts too young to die.

Four Schools Participate In Heart Screening

Feb 22, 2017

Four Schools Participate In Heart Screening

Courtesy of Lynden Tribune - Close to 200 local teenagers were screened for potential heart problems at the sixth community Teen Heart Screen held at Meridian High School Feb. 15.

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