HEROIC MOM Revives Son with CPR After Baseball Injury Triggers CARDIAC ARREST


After her son, who was six years old at the time, went into cardiac arrest while playing baseball, a mother from West Palm Beach was able to save his life.

Oscar Stuebe, who was just six years old at the time, was attempting to catch a ball in center field when it struck him in the chest, causing him to collapse completely. This occurrence took place in March.

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Using her nursing experience, the mother sprung into action and began doing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on her son after she phoned 911 and went to the field. “I thought he was going to get back up, and then my husband screamed my name, and I knew it was something serious,” Sarah Stube stated in her testimony. ”

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All of a sudden, he went still, and he was gasping for air with very long intervals between each gasp, and I knew that wasn’t normal from my training and immediately started CPR.”

In spite of the fact that he had to stay in the hospital for a week, Oscar Stuebe was able to recover and is currently doing much better.
His family established a foundation with the goal of increasing the availability of automated external defibrillators (AEDs), which are devices that can restart the heart after it has stopped beating.

Additionally, they are urging people to learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

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