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CPR Certification

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CPR Certification

`Cardiac arrest can happen anytime, anywhere. Depending on how you respond to such emergency, you can either save a life or see someone lose theirs. Since you would naturally want to go with the former than the latter, our CPR Certification course can help you not regret your choice. Between the two, you want to go with the former rather than the latter. For you to be able to do that it makes a lot of sense to take our CPR Certification course.`With an emphasis given on providing reliable information, our CPR certification will prepare you to properly and calmly respond to cardiac and breathing emergencies on both adults and children. Within the course, you will also be taught how to recognize early warning signs of cardiac arrest, perform CPR and administer a shock to the heart using a defibrillator. `Simulation learning is also included in the program, allowing you to have an immersive learning experience, which in turn will let you make the right decisions in real-life cardiac arrest situations. As such, by the end of the course, you can be assured that you will be able to deliver CPR in a professional and timely manner.


Lesson 1 – An Introduction to CPR
  • 1.1 The objectives of the lesson
  • 1.2 CPR: Its meaning and importance
  • 1.3 CPR and its discovery
Lesson 2 – The Relationship of Bodily Systems
  • 2.1 Functions of the respiratory system
  • 2.2 Roles of the circulatory system
  • 2.3 Relationship between the two systems
Lesson 3 – Administration of Heimlich maneuver
  • 3.1 Defining Heimlich maneuver
  • 3.2 Heimlich maneuver: Choked adults and children
  • 3.3 Heimlich maneuver: unconscious person
  • 3.4 Administration of Heimlich maneuver to one’s self
  • 3.5 Precautionary notes to remember
Lesson 4 – Increasing the Chance of Survival
  • 4.1 CPR: A part of a larger chain
  • 4.2 Important elements of chain of survival
Lesson 5 – Performing CPR on adults
  • 5.1 Checking the ABC
  • 5.2 Proper execution of CPR
Lesson 6 – CPR Administration on children
  • 6.1 Assessment of ABC
  • 6.2 Performing CPR on children
Lesson 7 – Conducting CPR on infants
  • 7.1 Assessment of the infant
  • 7.2 Saving a young life
Lesson 8 – AHA Updated CPR Guidelines
  • 8.1 Updated guidelines for rescuers
  • 8.2 Mind the quality
Lesson 9 – Complications following improper CPR
  • 9.1 Vomiting and aspiration
  • 9.2 Laceration of internal organs
  • 9.4 Fractured ribs
  • 9.5 Gastric distention
Lesson 10 – How to use an AED
  • 10.1 Reviving victims through AED
  • 10.2 Proper use of pediatric AED
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