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CPR and First Aid Training in Atlanta

CPR (CardioPulmonary Resuscitation) Class was traditionally taught in an instructor-led classroom setting for many science filled hours.

Now, Blended eLearning classes with hands on Skills Session are taking the lead in CPR training with a shorter time. CPR, a well known life-saving technique, is best given within the first few minutes of cardiac arrest.

CPR involves chest compression and mouth to mouth resuscitation. CPR keeps the heart working, thereby, increasing the victim’s chance of surviving.

CPR and First aid classes are typically taught to the community and it’s workers. Police officers, child care workers, teachers, firefighters, are some of the people who need certification as a job requirement.

Atlanta CPR Everyday offers CPR and First Aid training in Atlanta, Ga. to thousands of people each and every day of the year.

Types of CPR Training Classes

CPR is also called BLS (Basic Life Support) Provider. BLS Providers training is CPR for medically trained professionals.

Healthcare professionals who respond to medical emergencies and provide Basic Life Support and / or Advanced Life Support to adults. PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) is for children, and infant during an emergency like respiratory arrest, congenital heart problems or choking.

  • CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)
  • CPR First Aid AED (Automated External Defibrillator)
  • BLS Providers (Basic Life Support)
  • ACLS Providers (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)
  • PALS Provider (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)

The American Heart Association is the only certifying agency that Atlanta hospitals accept for BLS, ACLS, and PALS certification.

Atlanta CPR provides AHA BLS / ACLS Certification in Atlanta at 9am each and every day of the year.

All disciplines of CPR (CPR First Aid AED, BLS, ACLS, PALS) can be taught in either a traditional CPR classroom setting or blended learning i.e. eLearning (online) with a classroom Skills Session.

 

Discipline Traditional Full Classroom Blended eLearning /Hands on skills Session
CPR 3 – 5 hours 2 – 3 hours combined
CPR First Aid AED 5 – 8 hours 3 – 5 hours combined
BLS (Basic Life Support) 3 – 5 hours 2 – 3 hours combined
ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) 12 – 16 hours 6 – 10 hours combined
PALS (Pediatric Advanced Cardiac Life Support) 12 – 16 hours 6 – 10 hours combined

 

In a traditional BLS CPR classroom, learners are given the opportunity of learning from a Certified Red Cross CPR instructor or an American Heart Association BLS instructor in one sitting, for a set time limit.

BENEFITS of eLearning vs Classroom Traditional Full Classroom eLearning
Complete in the comfort of your own home No Yes
On your own computer

 

No Yes
In your own time

 

No Yes
For busy professionals

 

No Yes

 

Other Types of CPR Training Classes

Traditional classrooms for CPR classes are usually organized by higher learning institutions like universities, colleges, hospitals, vocational institutes, community schools, at the Red Cross, also at independent AHA Training site.

Atlanta CPR Everyday, a local AHA Training site in Buckhead. Students have the opportunity to have face-to-face, hands on skills session with AHA BLS / ACLS instructors.

Certifying Agency American Heart Association American Red Cross
Adult and Pediatric First Aid CPR and AED YES YES
BLS - Basic Life Support YES YES
ACLS - Advanced Cardiac Life Support YES YES
PALS - Pediatric Advanced Life Support YES YES

 

Traditional CPR Class

A traditional CPR class gives the students the chance to having hands on in a classroom setting.

Medically trained CPR instructors show students how to properly perform chest compressions and give respiration to our CPR manikins.

All BLS training equipment is state of the art and up to date.

Traditional CPR classroom enables instructors to physically demonstrate how CPR is administered.

Students are able to take notes, these notes are useful for reference purposes and come in handy through out the hands on skills session.

Traditional classrooms have a wide range of developed study programs which facilitates easy comprehension by the students who hope to get their BLS Certification.

Traditional classrooms permits relevant corrections by the AHA BLS instructors and leaves an avenue for rapid improvements.

Students learn quickly in traditional classrooms as it is an active medium of retaining knowledge.it also helps students interact with other individuals of similar learning interest and skill set.

Which in turn motivates the students and accelerates the learning process in a CPR classroom.

Blended Learning

The HeartCode® BLS and

HeartCode® ACLS eLearning permits busy healthcare professionals like you to learn in the comfort of your own home, on your own computer, in your own time.

ELearning is often up to date relevant digital material on BLS training and ACLS training which is delivered in the form of video, audio, and some printable text material in the eLearning course.

These materials can be found online on the American Heart Association website.

For a BLS certification, the total e-Learning process usually takes 1 to 3 hours to complete. The ACLS certification anywhere from 6 – 10 hours for ACLS certification for most learners to complete the eLearning.

Consequently, learners would have to be skills tested in order to obtain his/her level of competency before certification is issued by your Atlanta CPR instructor.

Moreover, an online platform gives the learners infinite access to a wide range of information and data that induces learning.

The two learning processes are similar in some areas and different in some other areas with their pros and cons embedded in them. The following shed more light on these.

Similarities Between the Two Learning Processes

  •   Both the traditional classroom and blended learning processes allow students to have access to all course materials relevant to learning CPR.
  • Traditional classrooms give room for interaction where students ask the instructor leading the class questions and receive appropriate answers to those questions while in class.
  • An instructor is also available via email, and / or text message.  Most students just call Atlanta CPR Everyday at 404-956-4003 to get quick help with the eLearning

 

Differences Between the Two Learning Processes

Students cannot assess the eLearning without internet access. ELearning student can contact their instructors via email or text messaging.  Students in the traditional classroom course, also have contact with their instructors via email or text messaging.

Online eLearning classes have to attend a hands on Skills Session in-person / face to face with a certified AHA BLS instructor room to students to learn at their own pace and convenience, learners can stay in their room and acquire skills in BLS certification, however, the traditional class leaves no room for this

In conclusion, whether you choose the traditional classrooms or Blended eLearning and Skills session, enjoy the benefits. The best part of the class is the look on peoples faces, when they hold up their CPR certification cards

  • Both work well for CPR certification.
  • Both are suitable for healthcare professionals, and students.
  •  eLearning affords you convenience, flexibility and easy access.
  • Check the Class Schedule on our website for space availability
  • Atlanta CPR Classes 1874 Piedmont RD NE BLDG C Suite 355-C Atlanta Ga. 30324 has BLS, ACLS, and First Aid CPR AED  classes every day of the year.

 

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CPR and First Aid Training in Atlanta

CPR (CardioPulmonary Resuscitation) Class was traditionally taught in an instructor-led classroom setting for many science filled hours.

Now, Blended eLearning classes with hands on Skills Session are taking the lead in CPR training with a shorter time. CPR, a well known life-saving technique, is best given within the first few minutes of cardiac arrest.

CPR involves chest compression and mouth to mouth resuscitation. CPR keeps the heart working, thereby, increasing the victim’s chance of surviving.

CPR and First aid classes are typically taught to the community and it’s workers. Police officers, child care workers, teachers, firefighters, are some of the people who need certification as a job requirement.

Atlanta CPR Everyday offers CPR and First Aid training in Atlanta, Ga. to thousands of people each and every day of the year.

Types of CPR Training Classes

CPR is also called BLS (Basic Life Support) Provider. BLS Providers training is CPR for medically trained professionals.

Healthcare professionals who respond to medical emergencies and provide Basic Life Support and / or Advanced Life Support to adults. PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) is for children, and infant during an emergency like respiratory arrest, congenital heart problems or choking.

  • CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)
  • CPR First Aid AED (Automated External Defibrillator)
  • BLS Providers (Basic Life Support)
  • ACLS Providers (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)
  • PALS Provider (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)

The American Heart Association is the only certifying agency that Atlanta hospitals accept for BLS, ACLS, and PALS certification.

Atlanta CPR provides AHA BLS / ACLS Certification in Atlanta at 9am each and every day of the year.

All disciplines of CPR (CPR First Aid AED, BLS, ACLS, PALS) can be taught in either a traditional CPR classroom setting or blended learning i.e. eLearning (online) with a classroom Skills Session.

 

Discipline Traditional Full Classroom Blended eLearning /Hands on skills Session
CPR 3 – 5 hours 2 – 3 hours combined
CPR First Aid AED 5 – 8 hours 3 – 5 hours combined
BLS (Basic Life Support) 3 – 5 hours 2 – 3 hours combined
ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) 12 – 16 hours 6 – 10 hours combined
PALS (Pediatric Advanced Cardiac Life Support) 12 – 16 hours 6 – 10 hours combined

 

In a traditional BLS CPR classroom, learners are given the opportunity of learning from a Certified Red Cross CPR instructor or an American Heart Association BLS instructor in one sitting, for a set time limit.

BENEFITS of eLearning vs Classroom Traditional Full Classroom eLearning
Complete in the comfort of your own home No Yes
On your own computer

 

No Yes
In your own time

 

No Yes
For busy professionals

 

No Yes

 

Other Types of CPR Training Classes

Traditional classrooms for CPR classes are usually organized by higher learning institutions like universities, colleges, hospitals, vocational institutes, community schools, at the Red Cross, also at independent AHA Training site.

Atlanta CPR Everyday, a local AHA Training site in Buckhead. Students have the opportunity to have face-to-face, hands on skills session with AHA BLS / ACLS instructors.

Certifying Agency American Heart Association American Red Cross
Adult and Pediatric First Aid CPR and AED YES YES
BLS - Basic Life Support YES YES
ACLS - Advanced Cardiac Life Support YES YES
PALS - Pediatric Advanced Life Support YES YES

 

Traditional CPR Class

A traditional CPR class gives the students the chance to having hands on in a classroom setting.

Medically trained CPR instructors show students how to properly perform chest compressions and give respiration to our CPR manikins.

All BLS training equipment is state of the art and up to date.

Traditional CPR classroom enables instructors to physically demonstrate how CPR is administered.

Students are able to take notes, these notes are useful for reference purposes and come in handy through out the hands on skills session.

Traditional classrooms have a wide range of developed study programs which facilitates easy comprehension by the students who hope to get their BLS Certification.

Traditional classrooms permits relevant corrections by the AHA BLS instructors and leaves an avenue for rapid improvements.

Students learn quickly in traditional classrooms as it is an active medium of retaining knowledge.it also helps students interact with other individuals of similar learning interest and skill set.

Which in turn motivates the students and accelerates the learning process in a CPR classroom.

Blended Learning

The HeartCode® BLS and

HeartCode® ACLS eLearning permits busy healthcare professionals like you to learn in the comfort of your own home, on your own computer, in your own time.

ELearning is often up to date relevant digital material on BLS training and ACLS training which is delivered in the form of video, audio, and some printable text material in the eLearning course.

These materials can be found online on the American Heart Association website.

For a BLS certification, the total e-Learning process usually takes 1 to 3 hours to complete. The ACLS certification anywhere from 6 – 10 hours for ACLS certification for most learners to complete the eLearning.

Consequently, learners would have to be skills tested in order to obtain his/her level of competency before certification is issued by your Atlanta CPR instructor.

Moreover, an online platform gives the learners infinite access to a wide range of information and data that induces learning.

The two learning processes are similar in some areas and different in some other areas with their pros and cons embedded in them. The following shed more light on these.

Similarities Between the Two Learning Processes

  •   Both the traditional classroom and blended learning processes allow students to have access to all course materials relevant to learning CPR.
  • Traditional classrooms give room for interaction where students ask the instructor leading the class questions and receive appropriate answers to those questions while in class.
  • An instructor is also available via email, and / or text message.  Most students just call Atlanta CPR Everyday at 404-956-4003 to get quick help with the eLearning

 

Differences Between the Two Learning Processes

Students cannot assess the eLearning without internet access. ELearning student can contact their instructors via email or text messaging.  Students in the traditional classroom course, also have contact with their instructors via email or text messaging.

Online eLearning classes have to attend a hands on Skills Session in-person / face to face with a certified AHA BLS instructor room to students to learn at their own pace and convenience, learners can stay in their room and acquire skills in BLS certification, however, the traditional class leaves no room for this

In conclusion, whether you choose the traditional classrooms or Blended eLearning and Skills session, enjoy the benefits. The best part of the class is the look on peoples faces, when they hold up their CPR certification cards

  • Both work well for CPR certification.
  • Both are suitable for healthcare professionals, and students.
  •  eLearning affords you convenience, flexibility and easy access.
  • Check the Class Schedule on our website for space availability
  • Atlanta CPR Classes 1874 Piedmont RD NE BLDG C Suite 355-C Atlanta Ga. 30324 has BLS, ACLS, and First Aid CPR AED  classes every day of the year.

 

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AHA CPR Classes Aren't Just For Professionals

The mission of the American Heart Association is to reduce the number of deaths that are caused by stroke and cardiovascular disease, and one of the best ways to meet this goal is to train people the proper CPR steps so that they may be able to save someone who is in cardiac arrest. As a result, the agency offers a range of CPR classes for both medical professionals and the general public.

Did you know that as many as half of million Americans will suffer from cardiac arrest this year? Unfortunately, the majority of these people will die before they get to the hospital.

Studies have shown that if more people were correctly trained in CPR, these numbers could be reduced by half or more. Statistics have also shown that 70% of the general population would more than likely not to try to assist a person suffering from cardiac arrest because they have not been educated on how to properly use CPR techniques. These are very sobering statistics, and the American Heart Association wants more people to embrace its motto of 'Learn and Live.'

The Importance Of Taking American Heart Association CPR Classes

  • By taking these classes, you will have the necessary knowledge and training to save someone's life. In fact, many schools and workplaces now require all employees to have valid CPR certification.
  • Most of the people who take these courses have an occupation that requires them to have CPR training such as first responders.
  • The CPR classes help teach students how to save the lives of adults, children, and infants. Without this type of training, people are not able to help and ultimately lives are lost.
  • Every year, more than 12 million people around the country take AHA CPR classes, and this makes the organization the most reputable organization in the country for CPR training and certification.

CPR Certification Courses For Medical/Healthcare Providers

The Basic Life Support (BLS) CPR class is designed for healthcare professionals who may need emergency response skills such as CPR for their job requirements. The BLS certification class for healthcare professionals generally takes between 4 and 5 hours to complete. Participants have to pass their exams in order to get their certification.

Basic Life Support is emergency medical care that is given to a patient so that their vital signs can remain stable until they can receive care at a medical facility.

This training prepares participants by teaching them the skills they need to support someone suffering from the following medical emergencies outside of a healthcare setting:

  • Cardiac arrest
  • Choking
  • Drowning

The three factors that participants of the class learn how to manage are: airway, breathing, and circulation, often referred to as the ABCs. This certification is valid for two years.

The Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) class is a more advanced BLS class. In order to take this class, you must first obtain BLS certification. This course builds upon the knowledge and training you learned in the BLS class and incorporates such skills such as communication, team dynamics, pharmacology, and airway management. Some of the jobs that require ACLS training are:

  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Dentists
  • Paramedics
  • EMTs
  • Medical Technicians

The ACLS certification provided by the American Heart Association is the only certification that is universally accepted by employers. If you are taking the class for the first time, expect it to last between 9 and 12 hours. However, when you need to renew the certification, classes are no longer than 6 hours.

The certification card is valid for two years, and it is important to renew your certification before it expires.

CPR Courses Without Certification

These courses are designed for anyone outside of the healthcare industry who want to learn CPR so they can learn how to help save the life of an infant, child or adult. The Family and Friends CPR course teaches participants how to save the life of a child or infant with rescue breaths.

The course also teaches:

Adults Hands-Only CPR
How to properly use an AED
Choking relief for an adult, child or infant

The American Heart Association utilizes a technique known as 'practice while watching'. The organization believes that this technique helps participants retain more information by enhancing their learning experience.

Another certification free CPR class offered by the American Heart Association is the Family and Friends CPR Anytime course. This course allows participants to learn CPR in their home in less than 30 minutes.

The kit contains everything necessary to learn basic AED and CPR skills. It even includes a manikin that is inflatable as well as a DVD that teaches each skill. Although participants do not receive certification, they are taught the basic skills necessary to save a life.

CPR Courses For Non-Healthcare Providers

There are two classroom-based courses that are available for non-healthcare providers. The Heartsaver CPR AED trains participants to be proficient in AED as well as CPR. So, if you need to get your CPR training for school or work, this is the best course for you to take.

In addition, there is a Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED course. This is the same course as the one previously mentioned. However, the only difference is that it includes additional modules for managing and responding to a first aid emergency.

The American Heart Association offers CPR classes in every state. You can search online by using your zip code to find the classes that are near you.

The American Heart Association is truly making a difference, and by more people enrolling in CPR classes, the more lives that will be saved.

 

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AHA CPR Classes Aren't Just For Professionals

The mission of the American Heart Association is to reduce the number of deaths that are caused by stroke and cardiovascular disease, and one of the best ways to meet this goal is to train people the proper CPR steps so that they may be able to save someone who is in cardiac arrest. As a result, the agency offers a range of CPR classes for both medical professionals and the general public.

Did you know that as many as half of million Americans will suffer from cardiac arrest this year? Unfortunately, the majority of these people will die before they get to the hospital.

Studies have shown that if more people were correctly trained in CPR, these numbers could be reduced by half or more. Statistics have also shown that 70% of the general population would more than likely not to try to assist a person suffering from cardiac arrest because they have not been educated on how to properly use CPR techniques. These are very sobering statistics, and the American Heart Association wants more people to embrace its motto of 'Learn and Live.'

The Importance Of Taking American Heart Association CPR Classes

  • By taking these classes, you will have the necessary knowledge and training to save someone's life. In fact, many schools and workplaces now require all employees to have valid CPR certification.
  • Most of the people who take these courses have an occupation that requires them to have CPR training such as first responders.
  • The CPR classes help teach students how to save the lives of adults, children, and infants. Without this type of training, people are not able to help and ultimately lives are lost.
  • Every year, more than 12 million people around the country take AHA CPR classes, and this makes the organization the most reputable organization in the country for CPR training and certification.

CPR Certification Courses For Medical/Healthcare Providers

The Basic Life Support (BLS) CPR class is designed for healthcare professionals who may need emergency response skills such as CPR for their job requirements. The BLS certification class for healthcare professionals generally takes between 4 and 5 hours to complete. Participants have to pass their exams in order to get their certification.

Basic Life Support is emergency medical care that is given to a patient so that their vital signs can remain stable until they can receive care at a medical facility.

This training prepares participants by teaching them the skills they need to support someone suffering from the following medical emergencies outside of a healthcare setting:

  • Cardiac arrest
  • Choking
  • Drowning

The three factors that participants of the class learn how to manage are: airway, breathing, and circulation, often referred to as the ABCs. This certification is valid for two years.

The Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) class is a more advanced BLS class. In order to take this class, you must first obtain BLS certification. This course builds upon the knowledge and training you learned in the BLS class and incorporates such skills such as communication, team dynamics, pharmacology, and airway management. Some of the jobs that require ACLS training are:

  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Dentists
  • Paramedics
  • EMTs
  • Medical Technicians

The ACLS certification provided by the American Heart Association is the only certification that is universally accepted by employers. If you are taking the class for the first time, expect it to last between 9 and 12 hours. However, when you need to renew the certification, classes are no longer than 6 hours.

The certification card is valid for two years, and it is important to renew your certification before it expires.

CPR Courses Without Certification

These courses are designed for anyone outside of the healthcare industry who want to learn CPR so they can learn how to help save the life of an infant, child or adult. The Family and Friends CPR course teaches participants how to save the life of a child or infant with rescue breaths.

The course also teaches:

Adults Hands-Only CPR
How to properly use an AED
Choking relief for an adult, child or infant

The American Heart Association utilizes a technique known as 'practice while watching'. The organization believes that this technique helps participants retain more information by enhancing their learning experience.

Another certification free CPR class offered by the American Heart Association is the Family and Friends CPR Anytime course. This course allows participants to learn CPR in their home in less than 30 minutes.

The kit contains everything necessary to learn basic AED and CPR skills. It even includes a manikin that is inflatable as well as a DVD that teaches each skill. Although participants do not receive certification, they are taught the basic skills necessary to save a life.

CPR Courses For Non-Healthcare Providers

There are two classroom-based courses that are available for non-healthcare providers. The Heartsaver CPR AED trains participants to be proficient in AED as well as CPR. So, if you need to get your CPR training for school or work, this is the best course for you to take.

In addition, there is a Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED course. This is the same course as the one previously mentioned. However, the only difference is that it includes additional modules for managing and responding to a first aid emergency.

The American Heart Association offers CPR classes in every state. You can search online by using your zip code to find the classes that are near you.

The American Heart Association is truly making a difference, and by more people enrolling in CPR classes, the more lives that will be saved.

 

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Basic Life Support | BLS Algorithm - Atlanta CPR Everyday

The simplified universal adult BLS algorithm has been created (Figure 2).

• Refinements have been made to recommendations for immediate recognition and activation of the emergency response system based on signs of unresponsiveness, as well as initiation of CPR if the victim is unresponsive with no breathing or no normal breathing (ie, victim is only gasping).

• “Look, listen, and feel for breathing” has been removed from the algorithm.

• Continued emphasis has been placed on high-quality CPR (with chest compression's of adequate rate and depth, allowing complete chest recoil after each compression, minimizing interruptions in compression's, and avoiding excessive ventilation).

• There has been a change in the recommended sequence for the lone rescuer to initiate chest compression's before giving rescue breaths (C-A-B rather than A-B-C). The lone rescuer should begin CPR with 30 compression's rather than 2 ventilation's to reduce delay to first compression.

• Compression rate should be at least 100/min (rather than “approximately” 100/min).

• Compression depth for adults has been changed from the range of 11?2 to 2 inches to at least 2 inches (5 cm).

Getting Certified And Moving Forward

You should take the time to choose which BLS course best suits your needs. The AHHA course is somewhat longer, but some of it can be taken online and the additional information is very helpful. With your BLS in hand, you'll be able to apply for a number of live-in healthcare positions in your area. Just don't forget to renew the certification when the time comes.

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Basic Life Support | BLS Algorithm - Atlanta CPR Everyday

The simplified universal adult BLS algorithm has been created (Figure 2).

• Refinements have been made to recommendations for immediate recognition and activation of the emergency response system based on signs of unresponsiveness, as well as initiation of CPR if the victim is unresponsive with no breathing or no normal breathing (ie, victim is only gasping).

• “Look, listen, and feel for breathing” has been removed from the algorithm.

• Continued emphasis has been placed on high-quality CPR (with chest compression's of adequate rate and depth, allowing complete chest recoil after each compression, minimizing interruptions in compression's, and avoiding excessive ventilation).

• There has been a change in the recommended sequence for the lone rescuer to initiate chest compression's before giving rescue breaths (C-A-B rather than A-B-C). The lone rescuer should begin CPR with 30 compression's rather than 2 ventilation's to reduce delay to first compression.

• Compression rate should be at least 100/min (rather than “approximately” 100/min).

• Compression depth for adults has been changed from the range of 11?2 to 2 inches to at least 2 inches (5 cm).

Getting Certified And Moving Forward

You should take the time to choose which BLS course best suits your needs. The AHHA course is somewhat longer, but some of it can be taken online and the additional information is very helpful. With your BLS in hand, you'll be able to apply for a number of live-in healthcare positions in your area. Just don't forget to renew the certification when the time comes.

The post BLS Algorithm See more on: ]]> Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED https://atlantacpr.net/drafts/heartsaver-first-aid-cpr-aed/ Mon, 06 May 2019 18:33:59 +0000 http://beauty.fingertips.co.ke//?p=10 The Heartsaver ® First Aid CPR AED course provides first responders with training in basic first aid and CPR AED procedures -- including the first aid skills recommended by OSHA -- in a format that can be delivered in a single day. The course covers:

  • First Aid Basics
  • Medical Emergencies
  • Injury Emergencies
  • Environmental Emergencies
  • Adult CPR AED
  • Adult Choking

Options include:

  • Child CPR AED
  • Infant CPR
  • Child and Infant Choking

The following article Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED is available on ]]> The Heartsaver ® First Aid CPR AED course provides first responders with training in basic first aid and CPR AED procedures -- including the first aid skills recommended by OSHA -- in a format that can be delivered in a single day. The course covers:

  • First Aid Basics
  • Medical Emergencies
  • Injury Emergencies
  • Environmental Emergencies
  • Adult CPR AED
  • Adult Choking

Options include:

  • Child CPR AED
  • Infant CPR
  • Child and Infant Choking

The following article Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED is available on ]]> AHA ECC Adult Chain of Survival https://atlantacpr.net/drafts/aha-ecc-adult-chain-of-survival/ Mon, 29 Apr 2019 23:49:01 +0000 http://beauty.fingertips.co.ke//?p=60 AHA ECC Adult Chain of Survival CPR

AHA ECC Adult Chain of Survival

The links in the new AHA ECC Adult Chain of Survival are as follows:

1. Immediate recognition of cardiac arrest and activation of the emergency response system

2. Early CPR with an emphasis on chest compressions

3. Rapid defibrillation

4. Effective advanced life support

5. Integrated post–cardiac arrest care

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AHA ECC Adult Chain of Survival

The links in the new AHA ECC Adult Chain of Survival are as follows:

1. Immediate recognition of cardiac arrest and activation of the emergency response system

2. Early CPR with an emphasis on chest compressions

3. Rapid defibrillation

4. Effective advanced life support

5. Integrated post–cardiac arrest care

The blog post AHA ECC Adult Chain of Survival was originally published to ]]>