CPR and First Aid Certification Classes


"CPR like you've never had before! Stephanie's back by popular demand to present this renewal course in her informative, entertaining and unique style" Outsource Resource Healthcare Providers

"I was nervous about taking another CPR class, they were always so boring, Stephanie's Class was the best CPR class I have ever taken. She was fun, dynamic and I learned more from this class than any other. I would highly recommend Mobile CPR for your companies CPR and /or First Aid training." Day Care Provider


    MOBILE CPR: ON-SITE C.P.R. AND FIRST AID TRAINING





    MOBILE CPR

    is a company created to teach Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and First Aid in the home, office, school or work place. C.P.R. is a vital skill for everyone and required by many employers.


     

    MOBILE CPR

    is an official American Heart Association Training Center. We offer a standard basic life support class which includes adult, child and infant CPR, foreign body airway obstruction and airway management in addition.

    Pediatric, healthcare provider and instructor courses are also available on a regular basis. All equipment is new and "state of the art". Mobile CPR classes are taught by experienced and dynamic health care professionals. The classes are designed to be as fun as they are informative.

MOBILE CPR

    offers: Heartsaver CPR, Adult, Child Infant, Health Care Provider, Day Care Provider, AED, CPR Instructor courses, BLS First Aid, Pediatric and Wilderness First Aid classes. Call or email Bill or Stephanie Mashek for information and prices.


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Out-of-hospital Chain of Survival



out-of-hospital chain of survival


The term Chain of Survival provides a useful metaphor for the elements of the ECC systems concept.

The 5 links in the adult out-of-hospital Chain of Survival are
  • Recognition of cardiac arrest and activation of the emergency response system
  • Early cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) with an emphasis on chest compressions
  • Rapid defibrillation
  • Basic and advanced emergency medical services
  • Advanced life support and post-cardiac arrest care
A strong Chain of Survival can improve chances of survival and recovery for victims of cardiac arrest.




2015 AHA Guidelines For CPR and ECC, These have been updated from 2010:

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