I’m Alive Today Because Strangers on the Subway Knew CPR

#73807288 / gettyimages.com Traveling underneath Harlem on a southbound A Train, I was standing in the first car as the train stopped at the 125th St. station. A moment later, I was being hoisted up several flights of stairs, strapped in a medical gurney. At street level, a sign read “59th St. — Columbus Circle.” […]

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ONSITE CPR TRAINING – Convenient Training for All

ONSITE CPR TRAINING is an opportunity to save the life of a loved one or fellow human being. Once a crisis has occurred it may be too late to wish that you had been more prepared. The onset of an attack may be sudden without any prior signs or symptoms. Professional help may not be readily […]

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September is Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month

What is sudden cardiac arrest SCA? This is when the heart has an electrical malfunction where the heart is no longer able to pump blood throughout the body. When this happens the hearts normal pace maker fires radically and makes the heart quiver like if the heart is paralyzed.  The patient will suddenly collapse with little […]

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Student Saves Another College Student With CPR

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — A night of celebration turned deadly for a man in State College over the weekend until a young woman came to his rescue. She is now being called a hero. The girl thought she was going out for a good time to celebrate Penn State’s victory against Akron Saturday night, but […]

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What the AHA wants you to know about Cardiac Arrest

The American Heart Association (AHA) is the leading provider in training and research into preventing and treating heart disease. Cardiac Arrest is a leading cause of death in America, yet is treatable and reversable when caught immediately and when the proper treatment is executed. (1) First things first, can you tell the difference between cardiac […]

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The Importance of Pediatric CPR in NJ

When most people think of having to perform CPR, they think of adults with serious health problems. However, children often need CPR as a result of serious accidents as well. This makes taking a pediatric CPR class in NJ important for many people. If you think you could benefit from one of these classes, you […]

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Tips to Find the Best BLS Classes in NJ

Healthcare professionals need to stay updated on the latest in life-saving techniques to ensure they can provide the best care to their patients. For this reason, anyone interested in working in this field must take BLS certification courses in NJ. If you need to take these courses, it’s important to find reputable provider to ensure […]

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CPR and AED: A Brief History of CPR Techniques

The techniques of forced breathing to revive humans have been around in various parts of the world since the 1800s. Midwives and physicians knew of the life-saving benefits of forced breathing in infants. In the 1950s, an American doctor reading about these studies tried the technique on adults in a hospital setting with some success. […]

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