In every community I have lived in people who had taken the time to learn, CPR, AED, and First Aid, improves the quality of life in their community. There are 5 things you can learn to do that will greatly increase a heart attack victim chance of surviving a heart attack.
First Aid for a Heart Attack
You need to know how to give CPR. It sounds simple, but times change and so has the science of giving CPR. You have to know how to use a defibrillator. It’s so simple I have had a 12-year-old teach the class with me. You see the AED devices everywhere you go. Have you ever held one in your hand and turned it on? Let me teach you how to use this state of the art device that saves lives. For every 1 minute, a person doesn’t receive the use of an AED their chance of surviving a heart attack is reduced by 10%.
You must understand why the heart attack is occurring. I can easily teach you the physiology of what makes the heart stop beating, so you can describe the symptoms to first responders.
You have to have quality Cardiovascular Hospitals, which we have several.
The most important thing you have to have is, YOU! If you don’t take the time to learn these simple steps, you will be relying on a stranger to save a family member, a co-worker or a child.
First Aid Course
I guarantee you will enjoy the training, be more confident and be the hero in your community when called upon.
I’m willing until May 1st, 2018 to train a family of 5, for the price of 3 students.
The training will include First Aid both adult and infant, CPR, Both adult and infant and AED certificate.