Denmark’s Christian Eriksen, 29, is evacuated after collapsing on the pitch with a heart attack, and being saved by CPR. Photo: Friedemann Vogel/AFP
Denmark’s Christian Eriksen, 29, is evacuated after collapsing on the pitch with a heart attack, and being saved by CPR. Photo: Friedemann Vogel/AFP
Wellness

Someone’s having a heart attack; do you know how to give CPR or use an AED? 5 steps that increase a victim’s chances of surviving

  • Danish footballer Christian Eriksen’s cardiac arrest mid-match highlighted the importance of speedy action to prevent lasting damage – or worse
  • Two Hong Kong doctors describe the steps to save a life, urge people to learn how to use automated external defibrillators, and call for more AEDs in the city

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Denmark’s Christian Eriksen, 29, is evacuated after collapsing on the pitch with a heart attack, and being saved by CPR. Photo: Friedemann Vogel/AFP
Denmark’s Christian Eriksen, 29, is evacuated after collapsing on the pitch with a heart attack, and being saved by CPR. Photo: Friedemann Vogel/AFP
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