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CPR certification in Kansas

American Training Association for CPR provides online CPR & First Aidtraining that is accessible to all Kansas residents, including those in Wichita and Kansas City

What is CPR?

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a technique used to save the life of a person who goes into cardiac arrest, which occurs when their heart stops beating unexpectedly. When the heart stops, it does not supply the body's major organs, like the liver, kidneys, and the brain, with the oxygen they normally receive from the blood. Without the heart pumping oxygenated blood to the organs, they will suffer irreversible damage, which can be fatal without emergency care. Without oxygen, brain damage can occur after four minutes, and the victim can die within ten minutes. When the heart is unable to do it on its own, CPR manually pumps blood to the organs.

What is the correct way to perform CPR?

Each additional second that a victim receives CPR increases their chance of survival, so rescuers should not hesitate to begin right away. According to the latest American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines, the official CPR procedure uses the following guidelines:

  1. Check the victim for responsiveness by shaking them firmly and asking, “Are you okay?” If they are unresponsive and they do not have a pulse, call 911 and begin performing CPR immediately.
  2. Perform rapid chest compressions at a beat of 2 per second, pushing down a minimum of 2 inches into the victim’s chest and allowing the chest to recoil after each compression. Continue compressions until emergency medical assistance arrives.
  3. If a victim is not breathing, rescuers should perform rescue breathing by placing their mouth over the victim's, delivering one rescue breath, and observing if their chest rises. If the chest does not inflate, give the second breath before resuming chest compressions.
  4. Continue using the ratio of 30:2 compressions to rescue breaths.

What are the steps for performing infant CPR?

Rescuers must exercise extreme caution when performing CPR for infants because of their delicate size. Infant CPR follows the same basic principles as adult CPR, but there are several notable differences for rescuers to be aware of:

  • Compressions should be only 1/3 of the depth of the infant’s chest.
  • Use one hand only to perform compressions on infants and only the pads of the fingers for performing compressions on newborns.
  • Rescue breaths should not be hard or forceful. If performing rescue breathing, rescuers will cover the infant’s nose and mouth with their mouth and deliver soft, steady breaths.
  • Use a ratio of 15:2 compressions to rescue breaths.
  • If using an AED, use the pediatric pads that come with the device.

What are the options for BLS and CPR classes near me?

Individuals can take courses in basic life support (BLS), CPR, and first aid in locations throughout Kanas, including hospitals or community centers in cities such as Overland Park and Topeka. CPR and first aid certification courses are also available online and are an excellent alternative for people who do not live in an area where courses are offered, or for busy individuals who prefer to complete their certification at their own pace.

Kansas CPR Data

  • Kansas ranks 29th out of 50 states for cardiovascular deaths in one year.
  • For every 100,000 people in Kansas, there are 250 cardiovascular deaths annually.
  • Over 350,000 out of hospital cardiac arrests happen across the US every year.
  • Cardiac arrest is a top cause of death in the US.
  • Only 46% of Americans who died from cardiovascular complications had received CPR before emergency medical support arrived.
  • In Kansas, men are 46% more likely to die from a cardiovascular complication than women are.

Which techniques are covered in first aid classes?

Any credible first aid course will teach procedures for treating accidental injuries including fractures, choking, burns, cuts, poisoning, and sprains, head injuries, and seizures. Some courses may also cover relevant topics such as child CPR and mental health first aid in addition to the basics. It is important for individuals to be cautious about the fact that free classes are meant to teach CPR and first aid techniques only, and are not suitable for people who wish to earn formal certification. Red Cross CPR and first aid classes or equivalent authoritative courses are required for official certification.

What is the protocol for treating a chemical eye splash?

When an individual has a chemical substance come into contact with their eye, it is critical to receive immediate care. If the victim was wearing contact lenses, remove them right away and have them run their eyes under room-temperature water for a minimum of twenty minutes to flush out the chemicals. Follow up by taking the individual to the nearest ER or dialing 911 if the victim is in extreme pain. When possible, rescuers should take the original chemical bottle to the ER so medical staff can quickly identify the substance and choose the appropriate treatment.

CPR and First Aid Certification and Renewals

What specialized CPR and First Aid topics can I become certified in?

Individuals and professionals who are interested in broadening their first aid and CPR knowledge may consider a Red Cross baby first aid class, a first responder course, or a CPR course specifically for the professional rescuer class in addition to learning BLS skills and earning basic certification.

Where can I find CPR renewals near me?

Individuals can renew their CPR and first aid credentials by taking a refresher class and successfully passing another certification exam. Recertification programs can be completed in-person at locations throughout Kansas or by taking a convenient online course for stress-free learning that participants can finish on their own schedule.

5 Reasons Why American Training Association for CPR are the leaders in CPR/AED/First Aid Certification in Kansas:

  1. Our courses follow the latest guidelines from the AHA, Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC), and the International Committee Responsible for Coordination of all aspects of Cardiopulmonary and Cerebral Resuscitation (ILCOR), and is Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliant.
  2. Our courses are nationally recognized, allowing participants to perform CPR and first aid in any state.
  3. Our certification is valid for two years after its issued. CPR cards are available for printing immediately after completing the course, and an official card is sent by mail the following day.
  4. Participant satisfaction is vital, so we offer a 100% money-back guarantee on all our courses.
  5. Our affordable courses are easily completed in about one hour, making them a great value.

Obtain CPR and First Aid Certification Today

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Major Hospitals in Kansas

Hospital Name Address Phone
University Of Kansas Hospital 3901 Rainbow Blvd, Kansas City, KS 66160 (913) 588-7332
Miami County Medical Center 2100 Baptiste Drive, Paola, KS 66071 (913) 557-4385
South Central Ks Med Center 6401 Patterson Parkway, Arkansas City, KS 67005 (620) 442-2500
Cheyenne County Hospital 210 West 1St Street, St Francis, KS 67756 (785) 332-2104
Comanche County Hospital 2Nd & Frisco Street, Coldwater, KS 67029 (620) 582-2144
Graham County Hospital 304 West Prout Street, Hill City, KS 67642 (785) 421-2121
Greenwood County Hospital 100 W 16Th Street, Eureka, KS 67045 (620) 583-7451
St Luke Hospital & Living Center 535 South Freebron, Marion, KS 66861 (620) 382-2177
Harper Hospital District No 5 700 West 13Th, Harper, KS 67058 (620) 896-7324

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