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More than 350,000 people experience sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) outside of the hospital every year in the United States. Additionally, SCA is one of the leading causes of death, and of the 350,000 cases, 90% prove fatal.  Using an AED on an SCA victim can double or triple the chances of survival for these victims. […]


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Over the years, there have been many advancements and changes in CPR training. While most of us recognize CPR, or cardiopulmonary resuscitation, as a combination of chest compressions and rescue breaths, it hasn’t always been this way. Over the years, there has been a variety of methods, including attaching someone to horses or barrels, to […]


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Medical emergencies necessitate quick reaction times and swift decisions. When faced with an emergency, the last thing you want to do is hesitate. One of the things that can make someone hesitate in an emergency is fearing the legal repercussions of trying to help.  In the case of CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation), you might fear that […]


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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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February 17, 2020 CPR Training0

CPR means cardiopulmonary resuscitation and it is a lifesaving first aid procedure administered for victims. The procedure is not only for the victims that suffer from heart failure but also those that suffer from injuries that make them unconscious. CPR practice did not just start today it has been around for decades now. However, the […]


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January 27, 2020 CPR Training0

The signs and symptoms which develop and give a green light that a person requires CPR are unconsciousness, difficulty in breathing, and no pulse. There are other encompassing scenarios that can need CPR. The conditions are not limited to suffocation, shock, and inhaling harmful smoke produced by a fire. Online first aid and CPR courses […]


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