Patient care and First Responder health go hand in hand.
"Safe today, save tomorrow ". This saying encompasses one of the main reasons behind the founding of Life Response. Studies have shown that healthcare worker injuries are on the rise and this trend needs to stop. Helping protect those who are on the front lines is essential to providing the best patient care possible. Below is studies and websites dedicated to providing information on how we can accomplish this.
What other aspects of care can we assist you with?
From a life saving chocking device to emergency oxygen we have partnered with incredible companies to offer a variety of unique products to help those who care. Below are some studies and information that we find very informative. Thank you for your time.
Check out the studies and information below.
Healthcare professionals and caregivers responsible for lifting people who fall, regularly sustain injuries
and complain of low back pain (LBP), - which can be attributed to manual lifting activities. This is currently
one of the leading occupational health and safety issues facing preventive medicine. Despite efforts at
control, including programs directed at both workers and jobs, work-related back injuries still account for a
significant proportion of human suffering and economic cost to this nation...
Our vision is to eliminate preventable death and disability from sudden cardiac arrest and support people affected by SCA. Our mission is to raise public awareness of sudden cardiac arrest and promote initiatives that help save lives through education, research, and community.
The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation is a national community benefit 501(c)(3) organization based in Pittsburgh, PA. We are working to stimulate attitudinal and behavioral changes that will help save more lives. Specifically, we seek “To raise awareness and support programs that give ‘ordinary people’ the power to save a life."
American Heart Association
Cardiac arrest is the abrupt loss of heart function in a person who may or may not have been diagnosed with heart disease. It can come on suddenly or in the wake of other symptoms. Cardiac arrest is often fatal if appropriate steps aren’t taken immediately.
Learn more about cardiac arrest.
For nearly 100 years, the American Heart Association has been fighting heart disease and stroke and helping families and communities thrive. Explore the map below to see how your support has made a difference in our nation and in the places you and your loved ones call home.