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BLS (BASIC LIFE SUPPORT)

ENTER PROMO CODE “CPR12”

Probability of  Survival with out an AED

Each year in the U.S., there are approximately 359,400 Emergency Medical Services (EMS)-assessed cardiac arrests outside of a hospital setting and on average, less than 10% of victims survive.1 Cardiac arrest

affects people of all ages, but ccurs more commonly in adults

with prior heart disease. It will only become more common as Americans age.   

Tragically, 64% of Americans have never even seen an AED

How much time do I have to respond if someone has a sudden cardiac arrest?

Only minutes. Defibrillate within three minutes and the chances of survival are 70 percent. After 10 minutes, the chances of survival are negligible.  

I know CPR; wouldn’t it help?

CPR only buys a little more time, potentially giving the victim a small amount of extra time until a defibrillator arrives. But SCA ultimately requires a shock to restore a normal heart rhythm. As a result, most CPR training now also includes AED training.

For More information on AED's and what' right for you?Quality, Professional TrainingWhat’s included?

Heartsaver Basic First Aid

Intended Audience:

Heartsaver courses are intended for are designed for anyone with little or no medical training who needs a course completion card for job, regulatory (e.g., OSHA), or other requirements.

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Washington State “KNOW” Course

7hr and 4 hr CEU’s

AHA Instructors Course

American Heart Association Instructor training is divided by discipline, allowing candidates to focus on the specialized information they need to teach in their chosen discipline.

COURSE INCLUDES INSTRUCTOR DVD’S FOR BLS AND HEARTSAVER FIRST AID COURSES
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Every Second Counts

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