The info-graphic titled as “Why CPR and EMSA classes are important to attend” describe various information related to CPR and EMSA training. CPR training for infant, child and adult includes diseases like chocking management, control of bleeding, open chest injury, asthma, chest pain, brain injury etc. whereas Emergency Medical Services Agency (EMSA) includes understanding the spread of disease.
EMSA classes provides you training on problems like,
• What is a communicable disease?
• How are illness spreads?
• How to reduce the spread the respiratory illness
• What can you do to keep the children and yourself healthy?
What benefits you can get from CPR and EMSA classes?
• It helps in saving lives
• You can help prevent the symptoms from getting worse
• First Aid training provides correct knowledge for handling emergency situations.
• You will learn how to react in emergency situation or what best you can do immediately to make victim feel better
• Trained victims are able to take better control over emergency situations
• You’ll also get the expertise on how to give injections, apply bandage, blood flow control etc.
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The info-graphic titled as “BLS Certification Classes” describes the importance of BLS certification. Basic Life Support (BLS) certification trained you on everything related to infant CPR, child CPR and adult CPR. This certification cover topics related to all age groups. Emergency care cover issues like circles of care concept, initial assessment, breathing problems, internal bleeding, fainting, stoke, asthma, open abdominal injury, introduction to illness and injury, severe allergic reactions and many more.
What are the advantages of BLS certification classes to students?
• Classes teach you the easy learning methods in a low stressed class manner.
• Along with the practical classes you’ll also get the excellent printed support materials.
• You’ll also get the materials like digital work book, certification card, wallet card that should issued to you at the class and best part is this is already been included in the class fee.
• Award winning videos for the encouragement.
• Materials that are provided to you will be in dual language i.e. English and Spanish.
BLS can be used when victims appeared to be drowning, chocking, unconscious or suffering from cardiac arrest. To know more about BLS certification refer to the details mentioned on below info-graphic.
The info-graphic titled as “American Heart Association CPR certification: Learn how to save a life” describes the importance of CPR certification and how you can analyze when to give CPR. Before giving CPR one must know the exact procedure of how to perform CPR and must understands the symptoms of it.
CPR certification is essential to have as cardiac arrest is in one of the leading cause of sudden death and if left untreated it will inevitably result in death of the victim. But if you have the knowledge and experience of how to perform CPR you can save that person’s life till the medical help arrived.
Now the question is how you’ll get to know whether it’s a cardiac arrest or not? If victim’s heart stops pumping blood around the body and makes him to collapse this might be the first stage. Afterwards, if victim start becoming unconscious and suddenly stops breathing or stops breathing normally then it’s the right time to give that person CPR immediately.
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CPR or Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is a life-saving emergency procedure. Under this procedure, a person presses up and down on the victim’s chest (chest compressions) and gives a series of rescue breaths to help save victim’s life in case of a cardiac arrest. Here are certain key facts related to the history of CPR from timeline 1740-1972, have a look:
• In the year 1740, the Paris Academy of Sciences officially recommended mouth-to-mouth resuscitation for drowning victims.
• In 1767, The Society for the Recovery of Drowned Persons became the first organized effort to deal with sudden and unexpected death.
• In 1891, Dr. Friedrich Maass performed the first equivocally documented chest compression in humans.
• In 1903, Dr. George Crile reported the first successful use of external chest compressions in human resuscitation.
• In 1904, the first American case of closed-chest cardiac massage was performed by Dr. George Crile.
• In 1954, James Elam was the first to prove that expired air was sufficient to maintain adequate oxygenation.
• In 1960, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) was developed. The AHA started a program to acquaint physicians with close-chest cardiac resuscitation.
• In 1966, The National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences convened an ad hoc conference on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.
• In 1972, Leonard Cobb held the world’s first mass citizen training in CPR in Seattle, Washington called Medic 2.
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The infographic titled, “Pet CPR for Dogs” describes the important steps to perform CPR for dogs. CPR or Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is a combination of chest compression and artificial respiration. The process is generally used when you cannot hear the dog’s heart beat. You must be aware of the right steps to perform this technique otherwise it may prove to be hazardous for a dog.
For dogs under 10 kg/22 lbs, use the one handed technique by wrapping the hand over sternum and chest. Give 30 chest compressions 100-120x/minute. Allow the chest to fully recoil between compressions. After that, give two mouth-to-snout rescue breaths following each set of compressions (30:2).
For medium to giant dogs, lay your dog on her side on a flat surface, use the two handed technique by placing your hands over the widest part of the chest. Keeping your arms straight, push down on the rib cage. Now compress the chest ¼ of its width. Squeeze and release rhythmically at a rate of 80 compressions per minute. Similarly, there are different CPR steps for different types of dogs. For details, please refer the given infographic.
The infographic titled, “EMSA Licensed Childcare Prevention of Illness and Injury Course by Adams Safety Training” provides basic information about EMSA Child Care Training by Adams Safety. Proudly serving the San Francisco Bay Area since 1991, Adams Safety Training provides First Aid Training, CPR Classes, and BLS training to the entire San Francisco Bay Area.
Adams Safety Training Licensed Child Care programs are certified and approved by the State of California Emergency Medical Services Authority-EMSA. The State of California requires new childcare providers to attend 16 hours of training. Here are a few important details about the training, have a look:
The EMSA Child Care Training consists of 8 hours of First Aid and CPR Training and 8 hours of Prevention Health and Safety Training.
The Preventive Health and Safety Training providers at Adams Safety provide all the necessary training for childcare providers to meet the requirements of California State Law and meet the need of AB 1542
The training includes a CD with a 279 page manual including forms for operation of the childcare included in the cost of the class.
For more information about EMSA Child Care Training by Adams Safety, please refer the given infographic.
The infographic titled, “Forklift Safety and Training Guide” describes the module of forklift training, things to learn during forklift training and risk of injury or death to a forklift operator. It is important to note that forklifts should be operated only by individuals who are well trained and contain a license to operate the equipment. A good forklift training module covers correct work practices and teaching the right methods to carry out risk free work.
Some of the key things that a forklift operator must learn during forklift training include checking the billboard posted in the zone with high person on foot movement deliberately, when supplied use blazing cautioning light or noisy alerts when going backwards, etc.
There is a high risk of injury or death when a forklift operator- has not been trained in the principles of physics that allow a forklift to lift and move heavy loads, is not familiar with how a particular forklift operates, operates the forklift carelessly and when a forklift operator uses a forklift that is not safe due to malfunctioning or missing parts.
For further details about forklift safety and training, please refer the given infographic.
The infographic titled, “Facts Related to CPR and Its Causes”, describes all the important information about CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation). CPR was first invented in the year 1960. It basically consists of mouth to mouth respiration and chest compression. This medical procedure is generally conducted in medical emergencies. With the help of this life saving technique, around 92,000 people are saved each year in the United States.
Some of the critical conditions that may require performing CPR include chocking, drawing, heart attacks, severe allergic reactions, electric shock and drug overdose. CPR must be performed immediately on a person who has become unconscious and is found pulse less due to any of the above mentioned reasons.
When performed properly, CPR can help to keep a person alive till a professional help arrives and more advanced procedures are used to treat the cardiac arrest. CPR allows oxygenated blood to circulate to various vital organs of the body including brain and heart. To perform this technique successfully, you must be well-trained in CPR and certified from a renowned institution. For more details information about CPR, please refer the given infographic.
The infographic titled, “CPR for Children”, describes all the important information regarding child CPR. Child CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) is usually performed on children between 1 to 8 years of age. This lifesaving practice is performed when a child’s breathing or heartbeat has stopped.
Before giving child CPR, check the scene and the child. Make sure that the scene is safe, then tap the child on the shoulder and shout “Are you Ok?” to ensure that he or she needs help. If the child does not respond, ask a bystander to call 911 and administer about 2 minutes of care. Make certain that the child is lying on his or her back in order to open the airways. Also, tilt the head of the child slightly back and lift the chin.
Check whether the child is breathing or not. Listen carefully for no more than 10 seconds for sounds of breathing. If the child is not breathing, immediately deliver 2 rescue breaths. If the child is still unresponsive to the rescue breaths, begin CPR. For more details related to child CPR and how to perform it, refer the given infographic.
The infographic titled “Info about EMSA Approved Pediatric CPR with AED and First Aid Training”, talks about pediatric first aid and CPR training. Through this informative infographic, you’ll get a brief idea about the basics of pediatric first aid and CPR, pediatric first aid and CPR training for infant, child and adult, who can take pediatric first aid and CPR training, and advantages of pediatric (infant, child and adult) first aid training.
EMSA (Emergency Medical Services Authority) approved Pediatric CPR and First Aid training usually covers: school bus driver training, Childcare Licensed Pediatric CPR and First Aid (4 hours of CPR and 4 hours of First Aid) and Childcare Prevention of Illness and Injury (8 hours). The training is really helpful to learn how to treat the most common injuries and emergencies. Various important things covered under Pediatric First Aid and CPR training include scene assessment and barriers, primary and injury assessment, chocking management, controlling bleeding, illness assessment, etc.
The Pediatric First Aid and CPR training is perfect for family childcare or in home providers, preschool providers, afterschool providers, childcare centers, etc. To know more about the benefits of taking Pediatric First Aid and CPR training, please refer the given infographic.