CPR 2000 Details
As a baby grows through childhood and adolescence, the healthy base provided as an embryo will become crucial to the process of good choices. We can help each generation to be healthier than the one before. A clear understanding of the risk factors associated with heart and brain attacks will determine a path to a healthier lifestyle. CPR has been credited with helping save lives. It is best to attend a credited CPR program presented by a recognized instructor. With the arrival of defibrillators, the general public, in addition to police, firefighters and emergency medical personnel, will be able to assist victims of a heart attack.
- Risk Factors of a Heart Attack
- Heart Attack and Stroke Symptoms
- Good Samaritan Law
- Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- Saving Lives
- Complications of CPR
- Infant CPR - Under the age of one
- Children CPR - Ages 1 to 8 years old
- Chain of Survival
This program covers CPR procedures for infants, children and adults.