Suburban Imaging in the News

Mar 04, 2013

With quick response and use of an AED, Suburban Imaging staff members were able to aid a patient who went into sudden cardiac arrest.

From ABC Newspapers:
Kay Ludwig, 64, Anoka, a registered nurse and a wife with four children and 11 grandchildren survived a sudden cardiac arrest. According to Ludwig, a visit to her doctor led the doctor to schedule her for an ultrasound at Suburban Imaging [Coon Rapids] to investigate a possible gall bladder problem, but when she went to Suburban Imaging Dec. 5, 2012, she started feeling dizzy on the table "and was gone."

Fortunately, staff at Suburban Imaging immediately began CPR and an AED in the facility was used to get her heart beating again normally, Ludwig said.

"I felt that I had just fallen asleep and had a beautiful dream," she said. "I am thankful to God that there was an AED and people there who knew how to use it otherwise I would not be alive today."

Read the full article.



Category: Imaging Centers

Latest Blog Post

Outpatient Imaging vs the Hospital: Why going out can have far-reach…

Read More

  November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Did you know... An est…

Read More

Twitter Feed

  • One in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer in her lifetime. Early detection saves lives. Having an annu… https://t.co/aKUTRAhMnM
    June 29, 2020
  • March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month! Regular screenings are one of the most powerful weapons against colorec… https://t.co/JqsC83iYA6
    March 2, 2020
ACRLogo.png ACLogo.png ACLogo.png
ImageWiselyLogo.png ImageGentlyLogo.png

Privacy bottom_hairline.png Legal

new_facebook.png new_twitter.png new_linkIn.png transparent_youtube.png