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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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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How Does an AED Work?

How Does an AED Work? You’ve probably seen defibrillators used on dozens of medical TV shows and in movies. A doctor or medical professional will yell, “Clear!” and a powerful jolt of electricity brings the person magically back to life. Have you ever actually wondered how the defibrillator works and why a jolt of electricity […]

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All Companies Can Benefit from On-Site CPR Corporate Training

Most professions that deal with the public often require CPR training. The first that come to your mind might be nurses, firefighters, police, lifeguards and school employees. However, any work environment that has interactions with the public in New Jersey can benefit from Oceanside CPR classes. Because, the reality of life is that you can […]

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How to choose a CPR Training Class

CPR training agencies have multiplied in number in the recent years due to the exploding demand. Thousands of agencies have cropped up which offer a variety of training materials and training methods. Someone looking to enroll for a class needs to know the basics of what these agencies offer to make a better decision of […]

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How to choose a CPR Training Class

Who doesn’t like the comforts of internet? If you need to buy something, you can order it online. If you need to send money to someone, you have net-banking for that. If you want to watch a movie, you can rent it online. So accustomed have we become to the quick benefits that the internet […]

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FAQs regarding CPR classes

Here is a list of FAQs regarding CPR classes answered, that people need to know about the classes and certifications. 1. Am I allowed to do a CPR if I have do not have a certification or never attended any CPR class? Yes. CPR certification or class training is not mandatory for you to spring […]

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The Importance of Count and Cadence of Chest Compressions

http://www.jems.com/article/patient-care/importance-count-and-cadence-chest-compr Jeffrey M. Goodloe, MD, NREMT-P, FACEP | From the EMS State of the Science 2014 Issue Scientific data published since the 2010 AHA guidelines is helping to refine CPR chest compression rate. Photo David Howerton As you’ll read in multiple other sections of this supplement, we continue to discern insights into more effective treatment […]

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CPR AED Training and Certification in NJ

Sudden cardiac arrest is a frighteningly common occurrence that is growing in frequency, and less than a tenth of those suffering from these events outside of a hospital survive. Discouragingly, the same procedures and techniques used to save these victims in a hospital setting are readily available and simple to use. However, most people are […]

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The History of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

While most people today have a general understanding of the concept behind cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), the history of this life-saving procedure is widely unknown by the general public. This week, we’re going to dive a little deeper into the history of CPR, revealing it’s origins and evolution over the years. The Silvester Method The truth […]

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