Student CPR


Student CPR has long been defined as basic life support. While the acronym BLS benefits the interpretation for the health […]

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Low Oxygen Level


When a patient has low oxygen levels they will soon be in cardiac arrest. There must be great emphasis placed […]

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Cardiac Rehabilitation


As we move into the new millennium, there are more and more baby boomers who are seeking cardiac rehabilitation due […]

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New CPR Standards


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The new standards for American Heart Association CPR has arrived. No longer will we use the acronym ABC or airway, […]

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Emergency Medical Technician


An Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) is the first pre-hospital care giver on site of an accident of an injured patient. […]

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Perform Excellent CPR


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There are to many cardiac arrest in the United States and to many people who die as the result of […]

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Pulmonary


The pulmonary system is directly responsible the intake of oxygen and the exhalation of carbon dioxide. There are millions of […]

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Traumatic Injuries


Trauma can be defined as a serious injury or shock to the body in which is a result from an […]

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Respiratory Dysfunction


There are many different respiratory dysfunctions that inhibit individuals from leaving a normal life. Chronic Obstructed Pulmonary Disease is one […]

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Heart History


What happens when someone has a heart attack? The blood flow to the heart is blocked. Without blood and oxygen […]

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