Who Should Get BLS, AED Or CPR Training? You. [Infographic]

Whether you’re a healthcare professional who needs to know how to perform CPR and other lifesaving skills in the hospital, summertime camp organization, or a babysitter, having CPR training under your belt can help to save someone’s life. The stats are staggering; anyone can learn CPR – and everyone should! CPR Training Is For You […]

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What is CPR? CPR Stats and Facts [Infographic]

It’s never too late to learn how to perform CPR. Considering four out of five cardiac arrests happen at home, the life you save is likely to be someone you love – a child, a spouse, a parent or a friend. These motivating stats below can inspire you to learn and potentially save a life! […]

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10 Essential Items for Your First Aid Box [INFOGRAPHIC]

With a well-stocked first aid kit, you can feel confident to respond to common injuries and emergencies at home or on the go. We recommend keeping one first-aid kit in your home and one in each car. According to the American Red Cross, below are the top 10 most essential items to have in your […]

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Top 6 American Heart Association CPR Guideline Changes

Top 6 American Heart Association CPR Guideline Changes [INFOGRAPHIC]

American Heart Association CPR Guideline Changes The American Heart Association CPR guidelines have recently changed. Resuscitation outcomes improve when high quality chest compressions are started immediately. High quality CPR is defined as “pushing hard and fast”. Below are 6 key changes to understand and keep in mind from the American Heart Associations’ 2015 Guidelines for CPR […]

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Using CPR for Infants

Using CPR for Infants CPR, or cardiopulmonary resuscitation, is a procedure that will save an individual’s life if they have stopped breathing or their heart has stopped beating. This is usually the result of choking, drowning, suffocation, or other medical issues such as cardiac arrest. CPR is a combo of providing oxygen to the lungs […]

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Things to Know about CPR

Let’s say you’re out with some friends and one of them suddenly collapses. You call their name, but get no response. You notice that their face is turning blue and pale and you don’t see their chest rising and falling. You go over to them and listen for a heartbeat, but don’t feel a pulse. […]

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How to Use an Automated External Defibrillator

How to Use an Automated External Defibrillator If you have taken a corporate onsite CPR training course, chances are that you have learned how to use an automated external defibrillator, or AED. However, before you use an AED on someone that you suspect is experiencing a cardiac arrest episode, you should take a moment to […]

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How to Perform Basic First Aid

How to Perform Basic First Aid In most cases, taking part in a corporate onsite CPR training class will also include first aid. These types of classes are wonderful because they can teach an individual what to do in case of an emergency. CPR, or cardiopulmonary resuscitation, is wonderful because you can use it to […]

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When to Use CPR

When to Use CPR There are many different situations when CPR can potentially save a person’s life or minimize brain damage and other health problems. Though use of CPR is not always enough to guarantee a person’s survival, when used correctly, it can dramatically increase their chances. CPR training in NJ can help you learn […]

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