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Bystander CPR may boost survival odds when ambulance delayed

Posted January 16, 2017

Cardiac arrest patients who get cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) from a bystander at the scene may have better survival odds even when an ambulance takes a long time to arrive, a Danish study suggests. Researchers examined data on 7,623 cardiac arrest patients and found when an ambulance arrived within five minutes of a 911 call, patients […]

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Jan

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14 Behind-the-Scenes Secrets of Paramedics

Posted January 5, 2017

                        Paramedics, who are among the most highly-skilled of Emergency Medical Services (or EMS) professionals, are in many ways like real-life superheroes, tending to people in their time of greatest need. While most of us hope to never see a paramedic on our doorstep, their appearance in times of distress can be critical to patient […]

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Nov

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3 Changes in the CPR Methods and Techniques That Have Been Added in the Guidelines Recently

3 Changes in the CPR Methods and Techniques That Have Been Added in the Guidelines Recently

Posted November 5, 2016

  There is no such thing as perfect in this world. Humans keep on finding and inventing new things that change the perspective about how we view our material world. This is the case with CPR too! CPR guidelines a decade ago were quite different when compared to the recent ones. Here we’ve pinpointed those […]

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Oct

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Online Courses on Saving Lives – Not Just For Medical Practitioners, but for the Whole Population

Online Courses on Saving Lives – Not Just For Medical Practitioners, but for the Whole Population

Posted October 23, 2016

  Every year around 320,000 people in the US suffer from a cardiac arrest. Most of these attacks happen outside the hospital and the chance of survival is very low. This is because most people do not know what to do in such an emergency situation. In order to deal with this issue CPR123® has […]

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Oct

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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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Sep

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What is CPR and How Can It Save a Person’s Life That Has Suffered From Sudden Cardiac Arrest?

What is CPR and How Can It Save a Person’s Life That Has Suffered From Sudden Cardiac Arrest?

Posted September 22, 2016

  Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, which is commonly abbreviated to CPR, is an emergency procedure to save a person’s life that has suffered a sudden cardiac arrest. When a person suffers from a cardiac arrest, the heart stops and thus if the oxygenated blood does not reach the brain, chances are high that a person may expire. […]

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Sep

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A Quick Guide on Essential Courses to Help You Take a Leap in Your Career with CPR 123®

A Quick Guide on Essential Courses to Help You Take a Leap in Your Career with CPR 123®

Posted September 10, 2016

  A sudden cardiac or respiratory arrest is one of the worst life threatening situations. Immediate medical treatments regarding cardiac or respiratory arrest are important for everyone, from professional service providers to non-medical personnel. It is an inevitable situation, which may cause severe damage to the heart and brain within a few minutes. If the […]

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Jul

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Healthy Banana Split Parfaits

Posted July 14, 2016

A SPIN ON A CLASSIC FAVORITE – The banana split’s days of lounging around are over. This vertical version of the fountain classic is healthy for a reason: Gravity helps the ice cream melt into the fruit and nuts below-so you only need a small scoop per serving. Living healthy, living happy.  Ingredients 2 ounces […]

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13
Jul

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The Schoolboy That Died For 25 Minutes And Lived With A Defibrillator

The Schoolboy That Died For 25 Minutes And Lived With A Defibrillator

Posted July 13, 2016

SUMMARY Cade Ewington, 11, was rescued by quick-thinking swimming teachers Suffered from cardiac arrest as a result of electrical activity problems Despite being classed as ‘medically dead’ he suffered no brain damage Has now been fitted with a defibrillator which can restart his heart if needed THE STORY A schoolboy whose heart stopped beating for 25 minutes […]

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Jun

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Can Too Much Sleep Trigger Stroke?

Posted June 23, 2016

Although short sleep duration is related to chronic conditions, such as hypertension, diabetes and obesity, the association with stroke is less well known. Using 2006–2011 National Health Interview Surveys, we assessed the association between self-reported duration of sleep and prevalence of stroke stratifying by age and sex. The National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) is an […]

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May

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Where to study CPR in New York?

Where to study CPR in New York?

Posted May 19, 2016

Where to study CPR in New York? There are lots of CPR Training organizations, one of the best ones is CPR123 which is a American Heart Association (AHA) authorized training center. CPR123 has taken a genuine step towards spreading the awareness and imparting knowledge on CPR and other courses like aed certification, bls certification course, […]

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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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Jan

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High-Rise Living Affects Cardiac Arrest Survival

Posted January 29, 2016

  According to a new study conducted by researchers in Canada, the higher the floor you live on, the lower your chance of surviving a cardiac arrest. The study included 7,842 responses to cardiac arrest calls in private residences in and near Toronto from 2007 through 2012. When the arrest occurred below the third floor, […]

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13
Jan

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Boston Officers Save Girl

Posted January 13, 2016

&nbsp; Vercheesa Thompson, mother of 4-year-old-daughter, Kyeesha, ran to the streets as her daughter experienced uncontrollable seizure and stopped breathing.  Fortunately, she spotted two police officers right away and motioned them to help her daughter in her apartment building.  Officers ran to the mother’s apartment, and found Kyeesha laying in bed with her eyes and […]

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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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22
Sep

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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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Sep

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Why is it important to learn CPR in USA today

Why is it important to learn CPR in USA today

Posted September 17, 2015

Here is Why is it important to learn CPR! Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a medical procedure that can be performed by anyone with some degree of formal training, on the person whose heart stops randomly. This medical procedure is done in order to prolong the working of heart and lungs till the patients receive actual medical help. Learning […]

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24
Jun

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Mobile CPR App Found Successful

Posted June 24, 2015

  Published in the New England Journal of Medicine, a mobile CPR app was found to improve the likelihood of cardiac arrest victims receiving CPR. The chances of surviving a cardiac arrest outside a hospital are extremely low without CPR, according to the New England Journal of Medicine. A mobile app with GPS was used […]

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Jun

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Rapid CPR Saves High School Athlete

Posted June 2, 2015

&nbsp; Monday, May 4th started out as an ordinary day for 16-year-old Braydon Swaney.  He was just finishing up warm-up exercises after school, when he collapsed on the ground.  Varsity track coach Mike Fritz responded and began administering CPR.  One student called 911, while another ran to call over Athletic Director Jim Marsh.  Jim ran […]

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Nov

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CPR While Shopping?

Posted November 18, 2014

  A quick-thinking Missouri teen helped save an infant’s life. All caught on surveillance, a desperate mother realizes her 11-month-old daughter has stopped breathing in a Wal-Mart store. The store’s manager made a call to 911, noting that the baby had no pulse and wasn’t breathing. 17-year-old Abby Snodgrass, hearing the commotion from aisles away, […]

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Nov

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Reviving After 45 Minutes Without a Pulse

Posted November 11, 2014

  Ruby Graupera-Cassimiro, a mother of two, had just come out of a c-section procedure to deliver her new daughter. Then suddenly, she lost consciousness. She was suffering from a rare complication called an amniotic fluid embolism, in which the fluid that surrounds the baby in the womb enters the mother’s blood stream. The condition […]

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