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Apr 2, 2012 1:21 PM

Preparing for a cardiac emergency during Lacrosse Competition

Commotio Cordis is a condition that happens to a lacrosse player who is struck in the chest by a thrown ball, the result being the risk of ventricular fibrillation (sudden cardiac arrest) occurring.  Although CC is rare, the results can be deadly.  I serve the lacrosse community by providing low-priced emergency defibrillators and first aid systems that are portable enough to be carried to the sideline.  I also provide accredited training in CPR for coaches, directors, volunteers, and parents.  If I may be of service to your club or team, I can be reached at (414) 418-7760.


Dave Rusch

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