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A Case for CPR – Why You and A Lot Others Should Know How to Perform It

A Case for CPR – Why You and A Lot Others Should Know How to Perform It

Posted October 8, 2016

  What we all know is that if we see a person who has just suffered a cardiac arrest, we must immediately call 911. But do you know what you could do in the mean time before the paramedic team arrives that could increase the chances of survival of the person? Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation or CPR […]

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Feb

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Learn CPR as You Wait at Airports

Posted February 25, 2016

  O’Hare International, Indianapolis International, Las Vegas’ McCarran International, Hartsfield-Jackson and Washington International…What do all of these airports have in common? Travelers passing through the five U.S. airports will have opportunities to learn and practice a simplified method of CPR at touch-screen kiosks. Provided by the American Heart Association (AHA), the kiosk training takes about […]

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Feb

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Irregular Heartbeats? Drink Coffee Anyway

Posted February 4, 2016

  According to a study in the Journal of the American Heart Association in which researchers had 1,388 people record their intake of caffeinated beverages, electrocardiograms revealed no differences in irregular heart rate between control group and caffeinated group. Participants used Holster monitors to keep track of any irregularities, and the study showed no clear […]

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Nov

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New Innovation Brought to you by Google and AHA

Posted November 11, 2015

  Google Life Sciences, a research group under its parent coporation, is teaming up with the American Heart Association (AHA) in a $50 million project to find new ways to fight heart disease. The AHA will invest over the next five years $25 million into the research, to create sci-fi-like inventions into reality. There is […]

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21
Oct

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Are You Ready for the New AHA Guidelines?

Posted October 21, 2015

  What are some of the upcoming updates from the American Heart Association? Take a look below. Bystander CPR – Bystanders will be instructed to first call 911. Untrained bystanders should to compression-only (Hands Only) CPR. Trained bystanders are recommended to give two breaths after 30 compressions. Chest compressions – In adult victims of cardiac […]

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Sep

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CPR Certification and Recertification by American Heart Association (AHA) authorized company CPR123

Why taking online only CPR courses is not a good idea and most of companies are scams?

Posted September 22, 2015

Why taking online only CPR courses is not a good idea and most of companies are scams? American Heart Association (AHA) is keen on teaching the CPR techniques to all the American citizens. This is a very genuine gesture because AHA is actually concerned about the health of Americans and can go out of their […]

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May

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Heart Failure Study Awarded $2 Million

Posted May 5, 2015

  A joint research team from Vanderbilt University and the American Heart Association has been awarded with $2 million to fund a research study on heart failure in the emergency department. The goal of the study is to improve outcomes for heart failure patients who are discharged from emergency departments by increasing patient knowledge about […]

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Oct

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Another Risk Factor Found in Cardiac Death for Women

Posted October 14, 2014

  According to the Centers for Disease and Prevention (CDC), over 292,000 women were killed from heart disease, or 1 in every 4 female deaths in 2009. Alarmingly, a majority of patients did not experience symptoms before dying suddenly from coronary heart disease. A new study from the American Heart Association suggests that living close […]

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