2010 CPR steps

  • 2010 CPR Steps

    2010 CPR Steps 0

    CPR is easy as C-A-B The American Heart Association Just announced the 2010 CPR Guidelines. Compressions Push hard and fast on the center of the victims chest AIRWAY Tilt the victim’s head back and lift the chin to open the airway BREATHING Give mouth-to-mouth rescue breaths.

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  • Austin ISD now requires CPR training before graduation - KXAN.com September 16, 2014
    Austin ISD now requires CPR training before graduationKXAN.comAUSTIN (KXAN) — Austin ISD health teachers are gearing up for a new curriculum in their health classes. A new rule passed by House Bill 897 now requires all students to take a one-time CPR training course before graduating. Teachers from area high ... […]
  • Free CPR training offered in Hampton Roads - WAVY-TV September 16, 2014
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  • Griffin Hospital offers free CPR training, health insurance guidance at ... - Shelton Herald September 16, 2014
    Griffin Hospital offers free CPR training, health insurance guidance at ...Shelton HeraldGriffin Hospital will be offering free CPR Anytime training and health insurance assistance during the annual Children's Health and Safety Fair on Sept. 21. Griffin-Hospital-Logo CPR Anytime is a non-certifying CPR program for anyone who wants to learn ... […]
  • Face of Defense: USS Stethem's Sailors Learn CPR - Department of Defense September 16, 2014
    Face of Defense: USS Stethem's Sailors Learn CPRDepartment of DefenseNavy Petty Officer 1st Class Jerry Roshell, left, a hospital corpsman from Milwaukee, instructs Petty Officer 2nd Class Nicholas Dunn, from Bangor, Maine, on proper CPR technique aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Stethem. […]
  • Hands - only CPR is best approach for treating cardiac arrest - Stephenville Empire-Tribune September 16, 2014
    Hands - only CPR is best approach for treating cardiac arrestStephenville Empire-TribuneIf someone goes into cardiac arrest, first call 911, then immediately perform CPR. Place the palm of your non-dominant hand on the center of the person's chest. If, like most people, you're right-handed, you would place the palm of your left hand on ...and more  […]