MedTraining Basic Life Support (BLS) Recertification

MedTraining Basic Life Support (BLS) Recertification

MedTraining Basic Life Support (BLS) Recertification MedTraining

MedTraining Basic Life Support (BLS) Recertification

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Basic Life Support (BLS) Recertification

Contact Hours:  4
Course Description
The BLS course is designed for first-response techniques for cardiac arrest. This includes CPR technique, differences between adult, child and infant resuscitation and recent updates to technique recommendations by the American Heart Association. This course is prepared for people who have passed the BLS exam before and is shorter than the full BLS Certification course.
You must already hold an BLS provider card (current or expired) before taking this course. If your provider card expired more than 2 years ago, we recommend you take the full BLS certification course.
  • Students demonstrate their knowledge of course work by successfully completing a multiple-choice exam
  • Student will receive BLS provider card PDF file immediately after completion of the course
  • Student understands steps and processes necessary to increase chances of survival for a cardiac arrest
  • Learns all concepts shown in Outline below 
BLS Unit 1: General Concepts 
Review of updated 2010 resuscitation guidelines from the American Heart Association.
BLS Unit 2: BLS and CPR for Adults
Review basic CPR procedure for one and two rescuers
BLS Unit 3: Automated External Defibrillator for Older Children and Adults
Understand basic safety and conditions for using an AED
BLS Unit 4: BLS for Children (Age 1 to Puberty)
Survey ventilation and compression metrics for children
BLS Unit 5: BLS for Infants (to 12 months old)
Survey ventilation and compression metrics for infants and specific compression technique
BLS Unit 6: Automated External Defibrillator for Infants & Children (1-8 years)
See preferred equipment and AED settings to use for children
BLS Unit 7: CPR with an Advanced Airway
Changes to compression ration based on airway availability
BLS Unit 8: Mouth-to-Mouth Rescue Breathing
Compare infant technique to normal technique
BLS Unit 9: Rescue Breathing
Timing schedules for rescue breathing situations
BLS Unit 10: Relief of Choking
Discuss proper Heimlich Maneuver technique and modified technique for infants

The Purchase Process
After purchasing this course on, you will be sent an e-mail with your unique keycode and a link to the course website. Click the link to the course website to start the certification process.

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    what state is this good for
    Asked on 6/11/2014 by menachem from United States

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      Check with your local agency to ensure they will accept the certification. CPR training follows the most up to date standards which should be recognized as a universal certification.

      Answered on 6/16/2014 by Ron from HQ
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