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There are three key aims of CPR .The first one is to preserve life by providing the basic medical care to save life. The second aim is to prevent the condition of sickness or injury from deteriorating. This involves evacuating patients from the source of harm and consequently applying the technique to manage the condition. For instance, in case of shock, mouth-to-mouth resuscitation is effective in restoring the person to consciousness. Lastly, first aid seeks to facilitate the process of recovery for the injured persons. 

Basic training involves receiving instructions on how to respond to emergency which includes dos and don’ts, precautionary measures, giving treatment, and seeking medical attention. Most of these skills which are easy to learn can be applied even by individuals with informal education. In addition, these skills are practical and can actually be learned and perfected in a couple of hours.

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Sometimes we see our colleagues and friends get injured at work and because we are not sure of how to respond, the only thing we do is offer consolation, when actually they need attention to help them manage their condition they seek medical attention.

Simply defined, first aid is the provision for basic care for injury, or cpr if they experience cardiac arrest or a heart attack. This care is often provided by an unqualified person to the injured person before seeking medical treatment. Knowledge of first aid and cpr is important in dealing with unforeseen injurious occurrences and emergencies. Not all injuries are life threatening, but to prevent the condition from deteriorating to a life threatening level, application of first aid skill is required.

So, who should learn first aid? There is no exception with regard to the person who should undertake a first aid course or who should offer first aid. Injury and harm knows no age, creed, race or color, and, therefore everyone who is interested can go for training. However, because it is an intensive exercise, expectant women and invalids are often advised against going for training because it may be injurious to their health. Generally, knowledge of self-help tips is recommended for them because they are more vulnerable.

Services Include

  • First Aid            -AED-Child
  • CPR-Adult        -Asthma Inhaler
  • CPR-Child        -Anaphylaxis
  • AED-Adult         -Using a Tourniquet

Obtaining First Aid and CPR/AED certification is important if:

  • First Aid and CPR/AED training is required for your work place
  • You are a designated emergency responder at your work place
  • You want to be prepared for a wide range of emergencies – either in your personal life or based on your participation in activities such as coaching, youth organizations, and others
  • You want the confidence of skills and experience when caring for young children or family members

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Each year, as many as 770,000 people in the U.S. will have a coronary attack (includes heart attack and fatal coronary disease). Estimated deaths worldwide due to coronary heart disease total 7.1 million per year.

Each year 700,000 people suffer a stroke. Five hundred thousand of these strokes are first occurrences, while the rest are repeat strokes.

According to the American Red Cross, almost 80 percent of cardiac arrests happen at home with family members who don’t know CPR.
AED's (Automated External Defibrillator) are used to restart a heart that has stopped beating or is beating too quickly to create a pulse

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Alternative Training

This course is an ideal option for healthcare providers seeking an alternative to traditional BLS classroom training for first-time or renewal certification.

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