Roy is feeling incredibly lucky to be here.
In January 2021, Roy suffered a cardiac arrest at home and needed urgent critical care. Our doctor and paramedic team fought for 93 minutes to save Roy’s life, administering 11 shocks to restart his heart.
As an independent charity, we can only be there for patients like Roy with your support. Please donate today to help us give lifesaving care to more patients like Roy.
could buy defibrillator pads, used to restart Roy’s heart.
could buy defibrillator pads and the drugs used to stabilise Roy after his cardiac arrest.
could buy specialist pieces of equipment such as an arterial line and laryngoscope, used to treat Roy during his cardiac arrest.
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Our crew fought for 93 minutes to save Roy’s life.
Roy was given 11 electrical shocks to his heart with the defibrillator.
Around 700 people in our area suffer a cardiac arrest each year.
You could not be more ill than Roy was in that moment. His heart wasn’t beating, and he wasn’t breathing for himself. He was as critical as things could be.Matt, Critical Care Paramedic