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The Benefits of the Courses

Finding Inspiration in Every Turn

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is an emergency process performed on cardiac arrest victims to preserve brain function until any emergency medical services team arrives. CPR is an essential lifesaving skill that provides several benefits that should be carefully taught in the workplace..

We offer American Red Cross and American Heart Association CPR and BLS classes for a variety of professions such as Certified Nursing Assistants, Health Care Assistants, College Students, Nursing Students, Child Care Provider, Child Care Centers, Child Foster Homes, Construction Workers, Fireman, Coaches, Athletic Trainers, Personal Trainers, Electricians, Medical Students, Teachers, Security Guards, Social Workers, Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics, Police, Medical Technicians, Dental Assistants, Dentists, Daycare Workers, Occupational Therapists, Speech Therapists, Pharmacists, CNAs, LPNs, Nursing Students, Safety Managers, Foster Parents, EMTs, EMT Students, Government Workers, and Lab Technicians.

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The seven steps of CPR are as follows: check for Danger, call for Help, check the Victim's Airway, give Two Rescue Breaths, perform Chest Compressions, switch Roles with the Compressor (if available), and continue Compressions until Advanced Medical help arrives.Recent statistics have shown that the earlier CPR is performed, the higher the chances of survival after cardiac arrest. Nearly 45 percent of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest victims survived when bystander CPR was administered

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