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How To Find CPR Classes In Virginia - CPR certifications come in all shapes and sizes, directly tailored to the needs of a particular group. This includes everything from general classes for parents, children, and babysitters, to more in-depth and medically intensive courses, ideal for nurses and those in the healthcare field. The good news is if you live and work in Virginia, […]
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How Long Does BLS Certification Last? - The Basic Life Saving (BLS) certification is required by employers for many healthcare and medical-oriented professions. This specifically includes: Physicians Nurses EMT Police officers Firefighters Other professions also benefit from the detailed approach of a BLS certification, like: Safety managers School administrators Coaches Others whose professions place them in situations where they’re more likely to […]
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How To Find CPR Classes In North Carolina - Certified CPR & First Aid instructors offer high-quality CPR classes and certification programs in North Carolina. Not only are there a variety of options within the Raleigh-area, most CPR certification providers will come directly to you. This makes it convenient and easy if you want to provide on-site training for your employees, or simply have […]
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What is a PPE and Why Are They Important? - If you’re in the medical field, work in emergency services, or deal with safety management in any way, chances are you’ve heard the term PPE. What is a PPE? PPE stands for personal protective equipment. Personal protective equipment is any protective item of clothing or equipment that has been designed for the purpose of protecting […]
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What Should I Do if Someone Has a Heart Attack? - Heart attacks are a very common medical occurrence. This is the reason why we encourage you to become certified in CPR and to know that every second counts when it comes to saving a heart attack victim. Heart Attack Statistics According to the Women’s Heart Foundation… Someone has a heart attack nearly every 20 seconds. […]
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What is Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) & Who Needs This Certification? - Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) is an American Heart Association (AHA) instructional course for healthcare providers who respond to or treat infant or child-related emergencies. The PALS course simulates pediatric emergencies in order to help train and better prepare participants for real life scenarios. Treating a child can be quite different from treating an adult, […]
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What to Do If You Hear Gasps When Checking for Breathing - CPR “in real life” feels very different than watching CPR in the training videos. In the videos or classroom demonstrations on good ol’ Resuscitation Annie, you know instructors, students and you are going to perform staged CPR in a non-life threatening scenario. In real life, things can get confusing pretty quickly – and one of […]
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What Foods Prevent Cardiac Arrest or Heart Attacks? - While there is no magic pill that can keep us from having a heart attack or suffering a cardiac arrest, there are things that we can change about our lifestyle that may decrease our chances. Adopting a healthier lifestyle means a changing our less-than-healthy habits and replacing them with better choices. Diet, exercise, and attitude […]
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Red Cross CPR vs. AHA Classes: How Are These Different? - There are multiple options for those planning to get their CPR training and certification when it comes to the types of courses offered as well as the training instructors. The two “biggest fish” in the CPR training pond are inarguably the Red Cross and the American Heart Association (AHA). Both are highly respected and reputable […]
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Rescue Breathing vs. Chest Compression CPR - Touching lips with a stranger is one of the main reasons a person with CPR training refuses to provide CPR to a victim. And who can blame them? Performing mouth-to-mouth puts your own well-being at risk. However, multiple studies have proven chest-compression-only-CPR can be just as effective as CPR with rescue breathing when it comes […]
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