Whether you have a little Trick-or-Treater in your household or plan on being on the road on Halloween, the scary part of the evening has nothing to do with costumes but rather cars.
It’s easy to think of cardiac arrest as something that comes out of nowhere, making it an experience that’s totally unpredictable. Yet while we can’t know exactly when a heart attack will occur, that doesn’t mean we aren’t gaining greater intelligence about the risk factors that influence whether a person will have a heart attack.
Multiple people quickly moving in every direction, focused on their own job tasks. Machines of all shapes and sizes switched on and in constant operation. Wet surfaces due to water, mud, grease or oil.
We all face those times at work when we have to put in a few extra hours due to things piling up or a special project that landed out of nowhere. For some of us, that can mean working until the wee hours and really paying for it the next day.
This month, SOS Technologies once again had the privilege of being an associate sponsor of the Chicago Marathon, providing equipment support for emergency medical services during the race.