• Basic life support (BLS) training reinforces healthcare professionals’ understanding of the importance of early CPR and defibrillation, performing CPR, choking relief, using an AED, and the role of each link in the Chain of Survival.
  • The ACLS Course is designed for healthcare professionals who either direct or participate in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest or other cardiovascular emergencies. This includes personnel in emergency response, emergency medicine, intensive care, and critical care units such as physicians, nurses, and paramedics, as well as others who need an ACLS course completion card for job or other requirements.
  • For experienced healthcare professionals who direct or perform BLS and ACLS skills, read and interpret ECGs, understand ACLS pharmacology and who regularly lead or participate in emergency assessment and treatment of prearrest, arrest or postarrest patients.
  • A series of simulated pediatric emergencies help teach a systematic approach to pediatric assessment, basic life support, treatment algorithms, effective resuscitation and team dynamics.
  • For anyone with limited or no medical training who needs to learn CPR and AED use to meet job, regulatory or other requirement.
  • For anyone with limited or no medical training who needs first aid, CPR and AED training to meet job, regulatory or other requirements.
  • Ideal for anyone who wants to be prepared to save a life, this program teaches Hands-Only™ CPR, child and infant CPR with breaths, AED use and choking relief.
  • The 2015 Handbook of Emergency Cardiovascular Care for Healthcare Providers is a vital reference tool for healthcare providers. It is often included on hospital crash carts and frequently accessed in the field by first responders.
  • The 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (2015 AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC) is the ultimate reference text for professionals. This book is designed for personnel in emergency, intensive care and critical care departments; emergency medical care providers; and regulators and policy makers. No library should be without this text.
  • In a cardiac arrest, every second counts. A cardiac arrest can happen anywhere, often while at home, at work or at play. And the victim is likely to be someone you know and love. Every minute CPR is delayed, a victim’s chance of survival decreases by 10%. Immediate CPR from someone nearby can double – even triple - their chance of survival.
  • This course teaches healthcare providers caring for pediatric patients the foundational skills needed to assess, recognize, and participate in the initial management of respiratory and/or cardiovascular emergencies and cardiopulmonary arrest.