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With the widespread COVID-19 pandemic and the probability of an increase in cardiac arrests, new 2020 CPR guidelines have been released. The modifications were made in an effort to limit the personnel attending to a patient, reduce provider exposure, and encourage bystander CPR with an emphasis on providing at least hands-only chest compressions. The American […]


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There’s no telling what could happen in the future—one moment you’re with your colleagues laughing at some joke when suddenly, someone’s collapsing because of a heart attack. Unfortunately, happenings like these are more common than you thought. According to the Centers for Disease and Prevention Control, about 800,000 Americans suffer from sudden cardiac arrest, of […]


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April 7, 2020 BlogCPR Guidelines0

Every year in the United States, almost 650,000 individuals die from heart disease. The majority of these people do not get the chance to receive cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) from a bystander, thus significantly reducing their chances of survival. Fortunately, CPR is not a skill that only paramedics or medical professionals should learn—you are perfectly capable […]


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April 6, 2020 CPR Guidelines0

Also known as superficial wounds, first-degree burns only affect the skin’s top layer. They are minor skin injuries, which don’t always require professional medical care. In some instances, they can be big and painful, requiring one to seek professional medical care. Burns occur often and so enrolling in a course regarding emergency first aid for […]


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March 30, 2020 CPR Courses0

CPR classes can train and certify you in the important steps of performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation. But did you know that these online courses can also teach you how to use a defibrillator? These small devices (AEDs are the most common) send electrical impulses to essentially reset the heart for someone experiencing cardiac arrest.  In tandem […]


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Take precautions when providing First Aid care to people with suspected COVID-19 As a Good Samaritan, you may have already completed a basic first aid training course. In the panic of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s important to keep in touch with news about the disease and any CDC updates. Most importantly, healthcare providers, medical personnel, […]


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March 12, 2020 First AidSafety Tips0

COVID-19 Precautions The health and safety of the American Health Care Academy community is extremely important to us. We want you all to prepare and be aware of all of the safety information and preventive measures set forth by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), […]


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Most think they are too busy to take first aid lessons. In fact, they believe they probably will never need to use the knowledge they acquire. The solution to being too busy may be enrolling for first aid certification online which you can take in your leisure time. The benefits of learning first aid whether […]


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