Monthly Archives: September 2010

Woman Saves BF with CPR

I recently read an article out of Texas-dated 07/14/2010, it describes a woman who saved her boyfriend’s life by calling 9-1-1 and, following the dispatcher’s instructions, performed CPR and saved the boyfriend’s life. While it is unlikely that someone will … Continue reading

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Why I don’t believe that eLearning CPR is as good as advertised.

As the owner of a CPR Training Company, I am acutely aware of the impact that the growing field of eLearning CPR Training options.  I have several concerns about how “complete” this training is assumed to be. One very common … Continue reading

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CPR on fan at NE Patriots Game

It’s been around the news media, but to reiterate:  On September 12th, 2010, a fan collapsed about an hour before kick-off in the end-zone of the New England Patriots Stadium. Reports state that CPR was being performed, even as he … Continue reading

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How much should you really enjoy your CPR Class?

Wait, did I say Enjoy your CPR Class?  That’s random.  Most people hate CPR classes.  The boring movies, the tedious work on the dummy (the manikin-not the person sitting across the conference table picking their nose!), and an instructor who wants … Continue reading

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What to do after your class?

Okay, so you went to your CPR and AED class.  Maybe you even learned some First Aid.  You stayed awake, paid attention and darn-it if the CPR manikin didn’t start breathing when you were done.  Great,…now what? It has been … Continue reading

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