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It is a common misunderstanding that sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) and a heart attack are the same thing. Knowing the differences between these diseases and how to take immediate action is essential to maximising a victim’s chances of survival. When either SCA or a heart attack occurs, it's imperative you call local emergency services. And if the victim has no pulse, immediately start CPR, and find an automated external defibrillator (AED).

Learn more about the difference between SCA and a heart attack in the “Do you know the difference?” poster.

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