AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers Location: Univ. of West GA (Newnan Center) Address: 7 Solar Circle Newnan, GA 30263 (that’s in Shenandoah Industrial Park – 1 mile north of Bullsboro on Amlajack) Date: Friday, Nov. 15, 2013 Time:  9:00 am …

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Management at Chick-fil-A Dwarf House has invited us to teach “Free Hands-Only CPR” to their customers on Family Night on Tues. Sept. 17.  Times are 5:30 pm til 8:00 pm.      The Chick-fil-A cow is planning to be there to …

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AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers  Location:  IHOp in Fayetteville Address:   705 N Jeff Davis Dr, Fayetteville, GA 30214 Date:  Friday,  Sept. 6, 2013 Time:  9:00 am – 12:30 pm    (CPR & AED class to follow at 1:00 pm)   Total …

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Continued FREE AED training, today with a unique, fully automatic AED, the PowerHeart G3 Automatic from Cardiac Science.   There’s no ON button, so open the case to turn on. The pads are already connected to the unit, but you …

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Right here – Free AED Training. The picture to the right is from a Heartstart OnSite AED unit.   Here’s the free AED training:  See the green Power button?  (1) Turn it on. Can you see where the pads are …

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The cardiac chain of survival, is a common term in emergency medicine, safety, and health education circles – a term that is comprised of the steps that will determine if someone will survive a cardiac arrest, also the steps to …

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For Healthcare Providers – this is a little technical. Want to improve survival rates, for in-hospital CA or out-of-hospital cardiac arrest? High Quality Compressions is the key.  Here’s a great into video to “High Quality CPR”, a new emphasis from …

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Did you learn CPR in the 90’s or 2000’s?  Do you remember “Airway, Breathing, Circulation”?  Also called “The ABC’s of Survival”?  Do you recall being taught that step 1 is “Look, Listen & Feel for breathing”? Do you know that …

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High-quality CPR (the type that saves lives) starts with proper hand position on the chest.  Here’s a graphic that shows proper hand placement. On most fit/thin/healthy body weight people – halfway between the nipples works great.  On all people, bring …

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