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Save-A-Life - CPR Training

Category: Healthcare Provider

CPR and AED certifications are broken down into two main categories: professional and lay rescuer. Professional training is for anyone who does work in healthcare or is medically trained. This includes healthcare provider, BLS, ACLS, and PALS certifications.

American Heart Association (AHA) CPR certification for professionals is advanced training focusing education on the types of emergencies you most likely will encounter.

This certification teaches multiple rescuer CPR with team dynamics and advanced algorithms.

This blog category covers a wide range of topics pertaining to CPR and AED training for the professional healthcare provider following American Heart Association CPR guidelines.

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Can’t find your card and need an American Heart Association CPR card replacement? Keep reading to find out how to replace your paper card or reprint your eCard. Replacement AHA Completion Cards For either print or eCards, is it the Read more…

continuing education for pals certification

Many healthcare professionals are required by their employer to have a valid PALS certification, which renews every two years. If your job requires it, it’s understandable that you have to do it. But what if you could get continuing medical Read more…

Man performing rescue breathing on CPR manikin

Whether you are performing CPR with rescue breathing or just hands-only, both are equally effective in saving a life. However, those who are medically trained may perform life saving measures with rescue breaths, especially in certain circumstances. What Is Rescue Read more…

American Heart Association Authorized Training Center Seal

  Choose An AHA Authorized Training Center If you’ve ever asked anyone, “Should I learn CPR?” The answer is probably a resounding YES, because CPR saves lives. Anyone can, and should, learn CPR. If you are ready to get certified, Read more…