Maryland Lobby Day focuses on saving lives with hands-only CPR

This is a wonderful news story from WBAL-TV in Baltimore featuring Brianna Sudano’s story (she survived a cardiac arrest because a bystander performed CPR on her). As part of AHA’s lobby day yesterday, advocates asked for CPR training as a graduation requirement in MD high schools, and dozens of legislators received hands-only CPR instruction during a legislative breakfast. Congratulation to our volunteers and staff!


Photo: Chesapeake AED taught Hands Only CPR to ambassadors, delegates and senators advocating for CPR training as a requirement for high school graduation.

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