What is an AED and How is It Used?

To better prepare you, it’s a good idea to know what is an AED and how is it used. Research shows that 69% of the total number of sudden cardiac arrest cases outside the hospital occur at home, while in random public areas – 18%. Most states in the US identify sudden cardiac arrest as…


Why are Infant CPR Classes Important?

Infant CPR classes are important to take to know how to perform CPR correctly to an infant or a child. AHA reports that annually 6.2% of cardiac arrests outside a hospital occur in children under one year. Given the statistic, novice parents, caregivers, or professional babysitters should consider infant CPR classes to react quickly and…


What if Someone You’re Performing CPR On Dies?

Let’s take a look at what happens if someone you’re performing CPR on dies. According to research by the American Heart Association, 90% of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests are fatal, despite CPR being provided. Failure of CPR is a very common occurrence, but this doesn’t make it any easier for the rescuer with the CPR Certification….