Ashley and Brian Klee experience the joy of a miracle every time they hold their two-year-old daughter Myla. It was just over a year ago when they were told their little girl had only a 10-15% chance of living.
It all started with what seemed like normal flu symptoms, but her heart rate became dangerously elevated. She was flown to the University of Michigan, and during the 30-minute flight, she had to be resuscitated 16 times with a defibrillator.
She endured two procedures, and a total of 67 days in the ICU. Miraculously, other than daily medication, her mother Ashley says, “Myla now seems like any other 2-year-old.”
Her family and caretakers are trained in CPR and how to use the AED that she travels with. Ashley shares her story to raise awareness about the importance of CPR training for everyone. You never know when you will be in a situation where you can be the difference in those critical moments after someone is unresponsive.
Be the difference, learn CPR today.