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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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March 2, 2020 Safety Tips0

Performing CPR on a drowning victim has some subtle differences compared to cardiac arrest victims. As the American Heart Association Guidelines and AHA training suggest, responders should perform two rescue breaths on drowning patients. However, some authorities don’t think rescue breaths are necessary.  The aim of CPR on drowning victims should be to expel water […]


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April 5, 2019 First AidSafety Tips0

There are a lot of differences between stroke and heart attack. Here are the differences you need to know. A heart attack is a condition that happens when there is damage to the muscles within your heart. The damage of the heart muscles can be caused by the damage of the coronary artery. The coronary […]


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Bloodborne pathogens are harmful microorganisms. These are found mainly in human blood. It can cause diseases in the human body system. These pathogens can be transferred between humans by direct contact with the blood of an infected person. Needlestick, Razors, and other sharp objects are other mediums by which a person can contract the disease. Examples of the bloodborne pathogens include […]


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June 20, 2018 First AidSafety Tips0

Summer is here. Families are spending more time on vacations, outdoors, and around swimming pools more during this time of the year than any other. This means that now, more than ever, it’s crucial to know how to get CPR certified. Keep the fun going, and remember to take safety precautions wherever you are. In […]


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