Face-To-Face: Oz Meets The Man He Helped Save At Newark Airport For The First Time Since He Died And Came BackFace-To-Face: Oz Meets The Man He Helped Save At Newark Airport For The First Time Since He Died And Came Back
Dr. Oz, His Daughter, And Officer Croissant Demonstrate How To Do Hands-Only CPRDr. Oz, His Daughter, And Officer Croissant Demonstrate How To Do Hands-Only CPR
Dr. Oz Asks Officer Croissant About When He Realized There Was A Crisis Happening And Needed To Jump Into ActionDr. Oz Asks Officer Croissant About When He Realized There Was A Crisis Happening And Needed To Jump Into Action
Dr. Oz Gives Joe’s Wife Barbara A Chance To Talk To Officer For The First Time Since Helping To Save Her Husband’s LifeDr. Oz Gives Joe’s Wife Barbara A Chance To Talk To Officer For The First Time Since Helping To Save Her Husband’s Life
Joe’s Wife Barbara Tells Dr. Oz About The Helplessness She Felt When Her Husband Collapsed In Newark AirportJoe’s Wife Barbara Tells Dr. Oz About The Helplessness She Felt When Her Husband Collapsed In Newark Airport
Dr. Oz Helps Save A Life At The Airport: Why Now Is The Time For You To Learn How To Do CPR And Use A DefibrillatorDr. Oz Helps Save A Life At The Airport: Why Now Is The Time For You To Learn How To Do Cpr And Use A Defibrillator
Off-Duty Officer Saves Toddler From Cardiac Arrest At Great Lakes Crossing“It was instinct, my training kicked in right away,” said Genesee County Sheriff's Deputy Rocky Hensley.
Lansing Woman Saves Man’s Life Using CPRA Lansing woman hailed a hero after she jumped in to save a man at the gym.
Man Tried To Drown Himself, Now Suing Police Who Saved His LifeA Virginia pool worker, who tried to drown himself during a bipolar episode, is now suing the police officers and lifeguard who saved him because they allegedly took too long to do it.
'Today Is A Great Day': Police Save 4-Month-Old With CPROfficers Charles Spruce and his partner Douglas Nichols were at the right place at the right time.
CPR Training Could Become School Requirement In MichiganThe instruction could be for hands-only CPR, a simpler type of training that doesn't require mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.