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Part CPR One and Two Man CPRPart 1-2 in BookBLS for Healthcare ProvidersBLS for Healthcare Providers
The SlidesPlease be aware you will get more out of viewing the slides and the pictures then if you print them out. Your book contains some of the same material.
Welcome to CPR for Health Professionals CoursePlease read your syllabus for details about the courseYou need to complete all parts of the course to get a passing gradeRead all 5 Power point slides shows and complete all 5 quizzes on line in Desire2LearnRead your book for each sectionAttend a video training session on the date you signed up for the first week of classAttend a testing session where you will get tested on all of your CPR skillsComplete the final online examRemember the quizzes and test have due dates so you must do them by the date listed in Desire2Learn.
CPR facts and informationSome of you may have taken CPR before. This course will cover the newest guidelines just released.The 2010 AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC are based onan international evidence evaluation process that involvedhundreds of international resuscitation scientists and expertswho evaluated, discussed, and debated thousands of peer reviewed publications.
Millions Die Each year millions of Americans die suddenly from heart attack, poisoning, drowning, and other causes. Many of these lives could be saved by administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), which restores the circulation of oxygen-rich blood to the brain. Would you know how to breathe the life back into someone if you had to?
Key Principles in ResusitationSuccessful resuscitation following cardiac arrest requires anintegrated set of coordinated actions represented by the linksin the Chain of Survival