Over 30,000 Australians suffer a Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Australia every year
Less 9% of SCA sufferers survive
Chances of survival drop 10% for every minute that passes without CPR
DRSABCD (Danger Response Airway Breathing Circulation Defibrillation) is an action guide used by schools, universities, surf life saving clubs, paramedics, and on-site workplaces across Australia to address life-threatening situations – particularly sudden cardiac arrest (or SCA).
DRASABCD has become a vital aid in treating a patient who is experiencing a life-threatening situation – such as sudden cardiac arrest.