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Genetically Modified Cells Just Cured Two Babies of Leukemia

Cancer 2017 Medical First: Babies Cured Of Leukemia Using Genetically Modified T Cells Harvested From Donor Blood

Posted January 27, 2017

In a medical first, doctors at London’s Great Ormond Street hospital believe they cured two babies of leukemia using genetically engineered immune cells. Unlike previous attempts at this treatment, the cells used on these children originally derived from a donor’s blood, not their own. The T cells were then genetically manipulated to help them better attack and […]

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16
Jan

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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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05
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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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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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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12
Jul

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The Ugly Truth About The American Diet

Posted July 12, 2016

Did you know that on average, Americans eat more than 3,400 milligrams of sodium each day — much more than the American Heart Association and other health organizations recommend? Because the average American’s sodium intake is so excessive, even cutting back to no more than 2,400 milligrams a day will significantly improve blood pressure and […]

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23
Jun

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Can Too Much Sleep Trigger Stroke? - ACLS, BLS, PALS Provider NY CPR123

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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22
Jan

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Open Position

Posted January 22, 2016

&nbsp; CPR123 is looking for RNs who are passionate about nursing and education.  We are looking to recruit a per-diem or part-time RN who has experience teaching Introvenous Insertion courses.  Please inquire at hr@cpr123.com if you would like to lead one of our popular courses!   &nbsp;

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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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22
Dec

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Posted December 22, 2015

  From the staff at CPR123, we thank you, and wish you a Merry Christmas, and happy holidays! Our offices will be closed on Christmas Day, and we will be back on December 26th. Cheers!   Image Credit

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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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28
Sep

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Heartsaver First AID CPR AED Courses – AHA Authorized Training Center CPR123

Posted September 28, 2015

  Are you interested to learn basic CPR?   There are many courses offered by CPR123 and they cater to different class of people. Some courses are just basics of medical world whereas some courses take care of the needs of professionals in the field of medical world. However, there are a few courses that […]

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25
Mar

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Low Calorie Fast Food Options for Busy Providers

Posted March 25, 2015

  It isn’t easy staying healthy when you’re constantly caring for patients. Although not the most ideal, every now and then, fast food is going to be the last remaining option before or after a long shift. Below are some fast food menu options at 500 calories or less to satisfy any healthcare provider in […]

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18
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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14
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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