Table of Contents
When is it needed?
- Stopped heart: How to determine that the heart has stopped? What to do, then? How to call an ambulance? There will be no more questions!
- Choked child: It’s really scary! It is necessary to act quickly to avoid negative consequences. It is essential to know what and how to do so as not to waste time and not succumb to stress.
- The person is not breathing: How long before irreversible consequences occur? How to determine the presence of breathing? What to do next?
- Loss of consciousness: A person is lying on the street or has fallen in front of your eyes. Yes, he needs help. Even if he is just drunk. Determine the presence of consciousness, turn it over to a safe position, and call an ambulance. Safe for yourself.
- Seizures, epilepsy: Don’tlet the myths about the spoon and pinning your tongue hurt you. Help effectively!
- First aid kit: A first aid kit to help with cardiac arrest, impaired breathing, and loss of consciousness is no more than a coin purse. Everything in it you need to be able to use, not only in theory. In an emergency, there will be no time for instructions and trials.
About the course
In the course of first aid cpr training, you will learn the possible causes of circulatory arrest and unconsciousness, how to perform proper chest compressions and artificial respiration, and master the safe use of an automatic external defibrillator. In addition, instructors will tell you how to ensure your safety, properly call for help, recognize signs of heart failure, and help with airway obstruction by a foreign body.
Training takes place on mannequin and patient simulators in groups of 6-10 people.
As a result, you will receive useful knowledge, real practice, and confirmation of course completion with a personal certificate.
The first cause of death is diseases of the heart and blood vessels. All people have a heart and blood vessels. This means that in the place of the Little Anne mannequin, every day, every minute in the world can be anyone.
ACS, coronary artery disease, myocardial infarction, and other terrible contractions from medicine have absolutely no meaning for someone with a cardiac arrest. You have 4 minutes to start working instead.
A woman, an old man, a child, a neighbor on the stairs, a childhood friend, a drinking buddy – it does not matter if their heart has stopped. Everything is the same as taught in the course.
Who is this course for?
- Caring. In 80% of cases, cardiac arrest, breathing problems, and loss of consciousness occur at home, away from healthcare workers. Give your loved ones a chance at a restaurant or a gas station, at the cinema, or at home!
- Volunteers. You are always in the thick of things. Searching for missing people, helping with an event, keeping an eye on the healthy, or caring for the sick – first aid skills can come in handy everywhere. Be ready to help at any time!
- Leaders. In case of accidents, the employer (his representative) is obliged: to immediately organize first aid to the injured.” You can reduce damage to health or even save an employee’s life!
- Teachers and educators. Educational institutions are responsible for the life and health of students, pupils, and employees during the educational process.
- Parents. Be calm in any circumstance by understanding how to properly give first aid to your child and by learning to identify situations that are needed. You are a chance for a child even far from medical care!
Get real benefits in your career after getting Hamilton CPR First Aid Training course and practice your knowledge!
From the theoretical part of the course, each participant will learn the following:
- How can a rescuer protect himself when giving first aid?
- possible causes of circulatory arrest and lack of consciousness;
- the importance of early initiation of chest compressions and defibrillation in circulatory arrest;
- rules for calling for help, signs of heart function;
- rules for performing chest compressions and artificial respiration;
- safety rules for working with an automated external defibrillator.
The practical part of the course includes the development and consolidation of skills:
- performing the basic resuscitation algorithm on a manikin by one or more rescuers;
- performing a basic resuscitation algorithm using an automatic external defibrillator (safe and effective use of a defibrillator, working with various scenarios) on a manikin by one and several rescuers;
- helping the choking;
- the coup of the victim in a safe position and control until the arrival of the ambulance.