1. Categories: CPR & Info News

    First Aid Skills: Adult CPR

    Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or known by its more common name of CPR, is a fundamental first aid skill that every person should be able to perform.
  2. Categories: Automated External Defibrillators (AED), CPR & Info News

    Knowledge is Power

    Although it may be clichéd to say, knowing really is half the battle. That is the approach that the Red Cross takes when it comes to first aid and public safety.
  3. Categories: CPR & Info News

    Learn to Save a Life or Do Not Graduate from High School!

    There's a growing trend Nationwide for legislation requiring CPR Training as a requirement for High School Graduation. From self-taught CPR Programs to Hands-Only CPR and full Adult, Child & Infant CPR Training - the proposed curriculum changes vary, but all come down to the practical and altruistic ideal "To Pass out into Society as a responsible Adult, You need to Know How...
  4. Categories: Child Safety & CPR

    Second-graders learn CPR for heart month

    For American Heart Month in February, second-graders in the Rowan-Salisbury School System are learning how to keep someone’s heart beating. Rowan Regional Medical Center and Rowan County EMS have teamed up this month to teach all second-grade students in the Fit for Motion program at the Rowan-Salisbury School System about heart disease and hands-only CPR. Schedule CPR Training for your...
  5. Categories: CPR & First Aid Articles

    COMMUNITY CPR DAY: A demonstration of "Hands Only CPR"

    EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) – Seeing someone collapse in front of you is a situation we all dread. CPR can more than double a person’s chances for survival. Its a simple technique that anyone can do. On Saturday, you have the opportunity to learn how to save a life, as WEAU and Sacred Heart Hospital host Community CPR Day. On...
  6. Categories: CPR

    Prolonged CPR May Boost Chances for Cardiac Arrest Victims

    Performing CPR for longer periods of time boosts chances of survival in both children and adults in hospital settings, two large U.S. studies show. The first study examined the medical records of more than 3,400 hospitalized children in the United States and Canada who suffered cardiac arrest between 2000 and 2009. The second study looked at 64,000 adult hospital patients...

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