Heart disease is the most common cause of death in the United States. Knowing how and when to respond to a heart emergency is a critical lifesaving skill. Learning the techniques through CPR/First Aid/AED certification will ensure that you are prepared to assess the scene for safety and respond when faced with a heart attack, cardiac arrest, airway obstruction or another emergency waiting for the ambulance and qualified EMS (Emergency Medical Staff) to arrive.
What’s in the course?
CPR Basics – Including an overview of scene and victim assessment, how and when to determine if care is needed, when to call EMS and good Samaritan laws.
Adult CPR – CPR is most often administered to adult victims of cardiac arrest, heart attack, or stroke.
This training module will walk you through the CPR cycle, including the C-A-B (compressions, airway and breath) model for proper delivery of CPR to adults.
Child CPR – Administering CPR correctly to children is important to avoid injury and to ensure that life saving techniques are delivered properly until EMS arrives.
This training module will walk you through the CPR cycle, including the C-A-B (compressions, airway and breath) model for proper delivery of CPR to children.
Infant CPR – Infants are the most vulnerable and can easily be injured if CPR is not delivered correctly.
This training module will walk you through the CPR cycle, including the C-A-B (compressions, airway and breath) model for proper delivery of CPR to infants.
Airway Obstruction Identification and Remedy – Includes identification and treatment for choking victims. Including the Heimlich Maneuver for Adults, Children and infants as well as pregnant and large victims, the recovery position and when to call for help.
- 01 Introduction
- 02 Introduction
- 03 Anatomy and Physiology
- 04 Anatomy and Physiology (Cont.)
- 05 Adult CPR
- 06 Child Age 1-13years
- 07 Child Age 1-13years (Cont.)
- 08 Infant CPR
- 09 Infant CPR (Cont)
- 10 Summary
- 11 Adult & Child Choking
- 12 Adult / Child Choking (Cont.)
- 13 Infant Choking
- 14 Automated External Defibrillator
- 15 Automated External Defiulator (Cont.)
- 16 CPR Techniques
- 17 CPR Techniques Giving Ventilation
- 18 CPR Techniques (Cont.)
- 19 CPR Techniques (Cont.)
- 20 CPR Techniques (Cont.)
- 21 CPR Teqhiques (Cont.)
- BLS CPR (Adult / Child / Infant) Exam