Category Archives: Hands-Only

Celebrating CPR/AED Week – June 1-7, 2013

Safety Education Specialists had the pleasure of introducing several dozen Federal employees to Hands-Only CPR (http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/CPRAndECC/HandsOnlyCPR/Hands-Only-CPR_UCM_440559_SubHomePage.jsp)  It was wonderful to see so many people learning the simplest way to help save a life.  We even had requests for Pet CPR! … Continue reading

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FDA Meeting to discuss External Defibrillators

On December 15th and 16th, the FDA held a public discussion/presentation forum on External Defibrillators.  Though I was unable to attend (I was registered, but was called to classes on those days), I have spent the last several days going … 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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