CPR, First Aid, AED & Blood Borne Pathogen Training in Washington DC, Maryland and Northern VA
The training we provide is not only for medical professionals such as Nurses, Doctors, Paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians, but for your school, church, community organization, business, company, corporation or family. This training is especially valuable if you have loved ones with medical health problems such as heart disease or other serious conditions.
The point of learning first aid is to help you to think and act automatically in case of an emergency in the most healthy way. A lot of times people panic when wanting to help another person because they are afraid that they might do something wrong.
The CPR Voice Prompt Rescue Aid literally guides you step by step in what to do during cardiac arrest until 911 assistance arrives. Instructions are specifically detailed on how to perform CPR on an adult, a child or baby.
No one should be without one of these battery-operated, portable rescue aids.
If you are interested in purchasing this life-saving device and would like a free demonstration, contact:
Mamie Bynum at
301-780-3521 for more information
This shock, called defibrillation, may halt the rapid and chaotic heart activity of SCA, and help the heart to reestablish an effective rhythm. About the size of a laptop computer, an AED consists of a main unit and detachable electrodes that the rescuer applies to the victim's body. Once applied, the AED unit guides rescuers through actions using audio and/or visual prompts.
According to the American Heart Association, every year about 220,000 people suffer cardiac arrest and only about 5% of them survive.
Cardiac arrest is a condition
in which abnormal heart rhythms cause the heart's electrical impulses
to suddenly become chaotic. When this happens, the heart stops abruptly
and the victim collapses and quickly loses consciousness. Death
usually follows unless a normal heart rhythm is restored within a few
minutes. Defibrillation is the only known treatment to restore the normal
rhythm. For every minute defibrillation is delayed, the victim's chances
of survival go down 7-10%.
CPR On Wheels also provides training on Emergency
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