Nowadays, it seems everything can be done on-line. Just think about your daily routine: you pay your bills, shop, and make travel reservations without leaving your home. And while it’s true that certain tasks are conducive to the on-line experience, others are not. Can you really learn CPR online?
If your job demands that you come in contact with blood, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that you become trained in bloodborne pathogens. Our blog post this week is about Bloodborne Pathogen Training.
CPR has been around for decades, but that hasn’t stopped medical experts from trying to perfect it or supplement the technique with new technological advances. Want to know more about new CPR supplements? Check out the SureFire CPR Blog!
Even if an individual is not completely certified in CPR, the American Heart Association generally recommends that bystanders nonetheless perform certain actions to help a victim. Read on to find out more in the SureFire CPR Blog!
New parents have so much they need to think about when they take their new little bundle home from the hospital. One thing they should never have to worry about is what to do if their precious infant stopped breathing. Unfortunately for many this becomes a reality. Pediatric First Aid is the topic of this week’s SureFire CPR blog post.
The week of June 5th is National CPR Week and to celebrate it, the American Heart Association’s has produced a one-minute video highlighting CPR basics to instruct viewers how to aid an individual during cardiac arrest. Check out the video on our SureFire CPR blog!
Email hoaxes, of course, are nothing new. Unsuspecting victims may pass along their credit card information to complete strangers; others may reveal their passwords to their Facebook or e-mail accounts.
Yet some hoaxes are more serious than others – particularly those with life or death implications. Have you heard of “Cough CPR?” If not, check it out in this month’s blog post.