Many childcare providers, nannies, and babysitters don’t have any first aid or cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) qualifications. Children are at a high risk of accidents, some of which could be life-threatening. Everyone needs some basic first aid and CPR training, babysitters should be in the front line in getting the right medical emergency training to take […]
COVID-19 outbreak has changed the norm in most aspects of human life. The coronavirus which started with just a few cases has now affected millions leaving over one million others dead. Researchers and health practitioners across the world have since the outbreak embarked on research on how to stop the spread of the virus. Cases […]
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is one of the most useful life savings skills. This critical skill uses simple techniques to save cardiac arrest victims, and is easy to learn and perform. In cases of cardiac arrest, the victim loses consciousness, the heart is not beating and experiences difficult breathing. In other cases, the victims are not […]
CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation) is an essential skill for parents. CPR is given to save lives by restoring regular breathing and blood flow. When a person stops breathing, and CPR is not performed immediately, they can die within minutes. CPR can only be performed by the people closest to the victim when the incident occurs. Cases […]
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Cases of heart attack are on the rise and everyone at an increased risk. Studies show that heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States. One person dies from heart illnesses every 36 seconds in the United States. A larger population spends more time at work than anywhere else. Heart attack […]
The American Heart Association (AHA) constantly provides guidelines on caring for persons with heart disease based on research and scientific findings. The recent guidelines released in October 2020 base emphasis on the following areas: Improved algorithms and visual aids to guide resuscitation procedures. Significance of early CPR by lay rescuers. Significance of early epinephrine administration. […]
CPR certification is a critical first aid procedure. Alongside the AED, the procedure is performed on victims of cardiac arrest to sustain life and restore normal heartbeat. Research suggests that only 3% of the United States population holds CPR certification.
Fear is the major deterring factor when it comes to giving First Aid and CPR to an injured person. Here are some of the major reasons that reveals why people don`t respond properly during the emergency situation.
It takes courage to offer first aid to a victim in need. When life threatening emergencies occur, some bystanders are reluctant to help the victims. Fear is the major deterring factor when it comes to giving first aid and CPR.