Make a splash with family pool fun

Warmer weather brings leisurely days spent poolside with friends and family. As you get ready to dive in to another season of fun in the sun, remember that safety comes first. With more than 10 million residential pools across America, the opportunities for water recreation right at home are plentiful. But so, too, are the […]

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Why You May Need BLS Classes in NJ

Basic Life Support (BLS) classes are offered in NJ to provide many kinds of professionals the option to learn how to recognize specific emergencies, such as choking, patients not breathing or requiring an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). These classes are meant for those in the healthcare field or those that work directly with children or adults, such as […]

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CPR Certification in New Jersey

What is it? If you are interested in a lifesaving course, this article will tell you what you need to know about how to get your CPR Certification in New Jersey. Oceanside CPR is available for anyone to attend, including healthcare providers, community organization, companies or anyone who would like to take the course. Our […]

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Why Pediatric CPR in NJ is Different than Adult CPR

Pediatric CPR in NJ and in every other state in the United States can include young children and infants and the cardiopulmonary resuscitation options are different for these young children than for adults for many reasons. It is important to understand these reasons and ensure you give the proper CPR to children. Adults Most adults […]

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Saving Lives is Easy by Taking CPR Classes in NJ

Whether you have training or not, it is always better to try and save someone than to do nothing. In some states, it is even illegal to sit by and do nothing when someone is in trouble. However, there is no reason not to take CPR classes in NJ to fully understand what you are doing and how […]

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CPR Basics for Toddlers and Children

Babies and small children can choke on food, coins or other small objects within their grasps, eat or drink detergents and other harmful substances they were able to reach, slip and slide on the pool or bath tub, get their necks entangled with appliance wires or curtain drawstrings, or their heads caught in plastic bags. […]

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Workplace Safety and CPR Training

Cardiac arrest and stroke incidents in the workplace along with work-related accidents are among the leading causes of death and disability and the most expensive medical conditions to bear for business establishments in general. Fortunately, employers can take initiative in instituting their own workplace safety measures that will help them keep their workforce stay healthy […]

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CPR Basics for Emergencies

English: CPR training with Welch Allyn AED 20 (Photo credit: Wikipedia) While you’re at home, something happened and someone you care about suddenly went into cardiac arrest. You call 911, of course, but you are concerned that professional help just may not arrive in time. You know that when blood circulation or breathing stops, every […]

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NATIONAL CPR AWARENESS WEEK!

By Rebecca Ribley, Multimedia Journalist – email   MARSHFIELD (WAOW) –National CPR Awareness Week has begun. It is in place to make people more aware of what to do in an emergency. A Marshfield school is making the training a priority for students. Health officials say having the proper CPR training could save a life. “It’s […]

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