CPR Training

29 02 2008

February 28 2008: My four hours were spent learning how to provide CPR to adults, children, and infants. Never know when that might come in handy.  🙂

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9 03 2008
mosesjgunner

I’ve recentaly been researching CPR and came across this Learn CPR For Good Memtal Health at JaaJoe.

24 03 2008
tdny

I applaud you for taking the first step and learning CPR!

The best way to improve your confidence in performing CPR is to take a course!

Even though the course itself takes a little time…whats a few hours when your learning how to give someone years more of their life?

It can’t be stressed enough how important it is for people to learn CPR…especially when minutes can mean the difference between life and death it makes a huge impact for such easy steps!

I am an EMS worker for the city of New York and I can’t explain how many times we get a call for someone in cardiac arrest or respiratory arrest and how much it would have increased that patients survival rate if someone on scene knew how to do CPR until our ambulance got there…especially for children!

I know it might seem like a daunting tasks but there are so many resources out there to learn CPR hands on so you can feel comfortable and competent when an emergency arises…

I feel so strongly about people empowering themselves with the knowledge and the skills of CPR that i started a CPR training company called LIFELINE RESCUE TRAINING…its a small business but i focus on working around the customers time schedule and I make sure we come to you…
We cater to families and high schools with people who just want to learn CPR not only for themselves but for their family and friends…cause when minutes count you want to make sure that you have the capability to prevent an emergency from becoming a tragedy…

I offer helpful information on infant and child CPR on my website
http://WWW.LIFELINERESCUETRAINING.COM,/b>

I also started my own weblog on wordpress: lifelinerescuetraining.wordpress.com

for anyone who might have questions about CPR or what getting certified entails!

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