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Cardiac Conditions

What You Need To Know About Cardiac Arrest

Non-contact collapse of an athlete, coach, referee, or bystander is presumed to be sudden cardiac arrest. While not common, an immediate and appropriate on-site response with bystander intervention is critical for a potential positive outcome. As part of your emergency action plan (EAP) "hands only CPR" with the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) should be incorporated as part of your program. All staff and players should be educated and trained on this skill with access to an AED either on site or within a rapid response by local emergency personnel. U.S. Soccer recommends annual video or on-site skills CPR and automated external defibrillator (AED) training for coaches, referees, parents and players 10 years and older

Follow the link below to learn more about the U.S. Soccer’s Recognize to Recover guidance on cardiac conditions & cardiac arrest.