WESTERLY — David Hiltz of Westerly will co-chair the Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit meeting in Seattle in December. The meeting, presented by the Citizen CPR Foundation, will be devoted to cardiac arrest care and will feature presentations by experts from around the world on scientific discoveries, innovations and new strategies for effective implementation of guidelines to save lives from sudden cardiac arrest.
Hiltz has been an advocate of cardiac arrest first aid training and the installation of automated external defibrillators in public locations and workplaces. The Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit aims to advance strategies to prevent sudden cardiac arrest from becoming sudden cardiac death and save lives.
For more information, visit citizencpr.org.