U-M emeritus faculty member visits EC3 thanks to CPR
Rudi Ansbacher, M.D., U-M emeritus faculty member, had a scary day one year ago last month when he went into cardiac arrest while swimming at the U-M North Campus Recreation Building.
Thanks to the heroic acts of Julia Walsh, a former U-M student and the lifeguard on-duty during his emergency, he was able to survive. Walsh performed CPR and used an AED machine to keep him alive. He was then transported to the U-M Emergency Critical Care Center (EC3).
Last month, Dr. Ansbacher returned to the EC3 to thank his fellow U-M colleagues and staff who helped him during his time of need.
Check out the photo from his visit on this page! To learn more about his story, read this UMHS Headlines article posted soon after he reunited with Walsh last summer: http://archive.umhsheadlines.org/2015/07/english-major-saves-a-life-with-cpr/