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  • Hot! Hot! Hot! Summer Time Sun Safety June 10, 2017 Derek WalbornAs we approach the dog days of summer, it is important to remind one’s self of the importance of sun and heat safety. While the human body requires sunlight in order to produce vitamin D, spending too much time exposed to intense UV rays, no matter what the season, is asking for discomfort at the ...
  • Frank, a Doctor, didn’t even know February 10, 2017 Elizabeth Di VergigelisThey were on their way to Southern Illinois to visit Frank’s son at college before classes resumed for the next semester. They had stopped for the night in the small Arkansas town of Newport and had settled in for the night before resuming their trip North the next morning. It was a cold, wintry February ...
  • Heart Health is all about the Choices We Make February 3, 2017 Derek WalbornCardiovascular disease is epidemic in our modern society. Sedentary lifestyles and jobs that demand forty hours sitting at a desk in front of a computer have taken a toll on our national health statistics. However, you don’t have to be just another number on a graph and you can do it without the workouts of ...
  • How Business Owners Can Benefit From CPR Classes January 19, 2017 Alyssa ReinboltAll throughout the gulf coast of Florida, there are several active, healthy communities such as New Port Richey, Town ‘n’ County and Tarpon Springs. These active communities are thriving with local businesses and organizations both large and small provider their employees with some form of health and safety training. Unfortunately, CPR classes and basic first ...
  • Twin Cities Community is Officially Heart Safe January 12, 2017 Laura CriderThe state of Minnesota is a beautiful place to live, work and raise your family. Minnesotans are hard workers who care about their state and each other. The small city of Stillwater, Minnesota is one of these close, family-centered communities. Stillwater, which is part of the greater Twin Cities metro area, has approximately 20,000 residents, ...
  • Healthy New Year’s Resolutions: Staying Active January 5, 2017 Laura CriderAt In-Pulse CPR, it’s no secret that we are passionate about health. We provide high quality CPR and first aid training sessions so that participants are ready to assist others when a health emergency occurs. However, we also realize that there is a lot more to healthy living than simply participating in a training session.   It’s ...
  • Anaphylactic Shock January 3, 2017 Derek WalbornWhile CPR does not immediately come to mind when one thinks of allergy treatment, in times of anaphylactic shock CPR is a versatile and very applicable life saving tool. Allergies can range in severity from a bothersome, annoying runny nose and itchy eyes all the way to nausea and cardiac arrest. It is estimated that allergies ...
  • Exploring The Benefits of Taking CPR Classes December 27, 2016 Alyssa ReinboltThe unfortunate truth is that sudden cardiac arrest is considered to be one of the leading causes of death in America. The reason why so many people who have cardia arrest outside of a hospital die is because there are no bystanders who are capable of performing CPR to increase the chances of survival. The truth ...
  • A Tribute to Nurses December 20, 2016 Laura CriderBy Laura Crider At In-Pulse CPR, we don’t believe that you have to scale tall buildings or defeat scary villains to be a hero. Instead, we know that some of the greatest heroes live and work right here among us. Unfortunately, many of those heroes never get the honor that they are due. We want to ...
  • AHA Key point 2015 – Hands Only CPR December 13, 2016 Peter J J Klotunowitch  By Peter J Klotunowitch The American Heart Association (AHA) gave a “Call to Action” for bystander witnessed an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest of probable cardiac origin. The national news media picked this up and announced to the public that the new AHA recommendation is to do compression only Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation. From the number of posted questions ...
  • Miami Dade Schools adding CPR as part of their curriculum December 6, 2016 Derek WalbornIn a forward-thinking and health-minded decision, the school board of Miami-Dade county has become the first in the state to elect to educate students in Hands-Only CardioPulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) as part of their Physical Fitness curriculum. While Florida is not one of the country’s 34 states that require that students be taught CPR in schools, ...
  • Don’t get more than you asked for during the Holidays November 30, 2016 Derek WalbornThe Holidays are, of course, a great time to reconnect with friends and family. Smiles and stories are shared as we all take a break from the grind of our busy lives. However, it’s not uncommon to also share germs during the flu season, and people tend to gain weight as the weather gets cooler ...
  • 2015 American Heart Association CPR Guideline Updates November 23, 2016 Laura CriderAt In-Pulse CPR, we want to give our students every advantage when it comes to potentially life-saving CPR training. This includes staying informed about the latest advancements and newest technologies. In October 2015, the American Heart Association released its latest guideline updates. Although all of the guideline changes are included the organization’s official publication, Circulation: Journal ...
  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest Victim Gets Assist from Technology November 16, 2016 Carol SaraoFor Kory Trebbin, attending church on a Sunday morning in May, there was little warning that this day would differ from other Sundays. But, before it was over, the 53-yearold Santa Clara resident would experience sudden cardiac arrest, lose his heartbeat for a full 18 minutes, and have his life saved by an off-duty ER ...
  • Joe Farrell’s Sudden Cardiac Arrest Survival Story: CPR Saved His Life And Someone Else’s November 9, 2016 Alyssa ReinboltIn the moment when sudden cardiac arrests strikes, a split second decision to get down on your hands and knees to perform CPR may be just the ticket to save the victim’s life. In fact, studies and medical research reveals that individuals who receive CPR within two minutes of a cardiac arrest are less likely ...
  • Rescue Breathing? CPR? I’m confused!!! November 2, 2016 Carol TheisI have heard people talk about giving/not giving breaths with CPR and also about “rescue breathing”. I am confused…What is the difference? How do I know what to do?  These are questions often asked at a CPR class, and I would like to clarify it for you.  Maybe even give a SIMPLE answer to take ...
  • The Life-Saving Importance of AEDs in the Workplace October 26, 2016 Laura Crider If you work a standard 40+ hour week, you likely spend more of your waking hours at your workplace than you do at home. Your job gives you a way to provide for your family, and you develop close relationships with your co-workers and customers over time. At In-Pulse CPR, we are committed to empowering ...
  • Avoiding Injury: Aging Adults October 19, 2016 Steve RakowskiFor many of us, getting older means a reduction in physical activity. The less activity we get, the more our muscles atrophy (weaken, deteriorate) and the more deconditioned our cardiovascular system becomes. Not getting any exercise can make it very easy to get injured doing routine tasks like bending over to tie your shoes. Recovering ...
  • Why not a CPR class for your employees? October 12, 2016 Alyssa Reinbolt Have you ever thought about CPR training for you and your employees? While some fields of work require all employees to be certified, any business can benefit from having CPR-certified staff on hand. Studies have shown that time is of the essence when someone has a heart attack. When you call 911, the national average ...
  • Minnesota Community Strives for Heart Safety October 5, 2016 Laura CriderBy Laura Crider Sadly, almost everyone knows someone who has experienced a cardiac arrest. The next victim could be your co-worker, your neighbor, or a random stranger you pass on the street. In the state of Minnesota, cardiovascular events are currently the second leading cause of death, making them responsible for nearly 20 percent of in-state ...
  • New AHA CPR Recommendations September 27, 2016 Peter J J KlotunowitchBy Peter J Klotunowitch A leading cause of death in the United States, cardiac arrest is caused when the heart suddenly stops, usually due to an electrical malfunction in the heart that causes an irregular heartbeat and disrupts blood flow through the body. Survival depends on immediate CPR and other actions starting with bystanders. American Heart Association ...
  • Annoying Mosquitoes and the Best Ways to Block them from Biting You September 22, 2016 Derek WalbornMosquitoes are an annoying, uncomfortable reality when it comes to spending time outdoors. A blood-feeding member of the fly family, their whining buzz and itching bites can make even a family picnic a challenging ordeal. In some cases, however, mosquitoes can be more than just an annoyance. Mosquitoes have been known throughout history to be ...
  • In-Pulse CPR – with 13 CPR and First Aid class locations in Tampa area September 21, 2016 Troy BowmanWe are the largest provider of CPR and First Aid classes in Tampa with many class locations near you. View our CPR class calendar now!   Progress is everything: There’s a historical milestone in the fact that our Apollo 11 landing on the moon took place a mere 66 years after the Wright Brothers’ first flight.   Buzz Aldrin First Aid ...
  • 5 Reasons You Should Learn CPR September 15, 2016 Laura CriderBy Laura Crider Some people think that performing CPR is a job for for paramedics or medical professionals. Others believe CPR is only for those with years of training and extensive experience in medicine. At In-Pulse CPR, we believe that CPR training is for everyone. We don’t take this stance because we want to increase our ...
  • Laura: This is my story September 8, 2016 Peter J J KlotunowitchOver 300,000 people have their hearts stop suddenly (suffer Sudden Cardiac Arrest or SCA) yearly in the United States alone. Most survivors return to their home and back to their usual activities. Of these survivors, many were previously healthy. Since the AHA Guidelines 2000 we have been taught that for every minute that passes between collapse and defibrillation, survival ...
  • Joggers life was about to change September 1, 2016 Erin BodieWhen Todd Tewksbury set out for his routine daily jog back in August of 2014, everything about it felt normal from lacing up his cross-trainers to the feel of his old t-shirt, nothing stood out as odd to him as he said goodbye to his mother and set out along his route. He couldn’t have known that ...
  • University of Minnesota Student or Staff CPR classes August 23, 2016 Troy BowmanAre you a new student required to get your CPR certification? Is your CPR certification expiring?   We offer CPR certification classes at over 13 locations in the Twin Cities area with location near the U of M campus. Click here to View our Class Calendar U of M Minneapolis students the following certification are available: BLS Healthcare CPR / Heath ...
  • BayCare medical staff CPR classes August 23, 2016 Troy BowmanIs your BLS Provider CPR certification expiring and BayCare is requiring you to renew it? We offer CPR certification classes at over 13 locations in the Tampa Bay area Click here to View our Class Calendar     The following certification is required at BayCare: BLS Healthcare CPR / Heath care Professional / BLS Provider through the American Heart Association- These ...
  • Stick with Your Concept but Do Your Homework August 23, 2016 Scott ClarkWith hundreds of medications in the market, Pharm Ltd. needed a proper method to predict and manage their inventory. Using a mean absolute percentage analysis (MAPE), the teams defined appropriate levels for raw materials and finished products by mapping.
  • Three Social Media Hacks for the Busy Entrepreneur August 23, 2016 Scott ClarkThe teams focused their efforts on a few of the highest-value S&OP levers in order to review the current planning process, identify gaps in the planning infrastructure and analytically understand demand and supply variability.
  • Harvest great ideas from your company’s best assets August 23, 2016 Scott ClarkIn particular, the initial state of the company’s sales and operations planning capabilities limited their ability to account for demand variability or raw material lead times in production and distribution. Improve sales and operations and production planning.
  • A digital prescription for the pharma industry August 23, 2016 Scott ClarkSupported by a robust sales force and tight cost controls, Pharm Ltd. experienced sustained double-digit growth over a number of years, only to find that their supply chain struggled to keep pace. In particular, the initial state of the company’s sales.
  • Retail banks wake up to digital lending this year August 23, 2016 Scott ClarkThe effort vastly improved the com- pany’s planning and execution functions, created and implemented a new stock policy that accounted for specific SKUs and key variables, streamlined the order preparation process and reduced distribution transport times.
  • Seven weeks working ‘pro bono’ with a charity August 23, 2016 Scott ClarkGrowth through innovation. Rather than be constrained by ideas for new products, services and new markets coming from just a few people, a Thinking Corporation can tap into the employees.
  • Strategic and commercial approach with issues August 23, 2016 Scott ClarkSays Morgan Fraud, the author of The Thinking Corporation, “Given that we are all capable of contributing new ideas, the question becomes how do you successfully generate, capture, process and implement ideas?” Becoming an organization capable of answering this question can benefit in a number of ways
  • Within the construction industry as their overdraft August 23, 2016 Scott ClarkMany businesses, large and small, have a huge source of great ideas that can help them improve, innovate, and grow, and yet so many of these companies never think of using this amazing corporate asset. What is this highly valuable asset? Its own people.
  • CPR in Schools August 17, 2016 Laura CriderBefore he graduates from high school, you know that your student will be taught about literature, algebra, and even health. Today’s public school teachers work hard to give students a well-rounded education. However, some schools also give students an added bonus. When students from these schools receive their high school diplomas, they have CPR knowledge ...
  • Bloodborne Pathogens: Where They Are and How They Are Transmitted August 12, 2016 Elizabeth Di VergigelisWhen considering bloodborne pathogens most people believe that in order to be contaminated by these pathogens they must come in contact with the infected person’s blood in some way into a bodily orifice such as the mouth or nose to become contaminated, as well. But, it is a highly mistaken misnomer of the fact that ...
  • Heart Attack During Business Travel: Heroes Among Us August 3, 2016 Steve RakowskiTraveling for work can be stressful. Being in an unfamiliar city with no immediate support personnel like family or friends can add to that stress. Having a cardiac episode on top of all that stress can potentially be deadly. That is the story of a co-worker of my wife. A 60+ year old Sales professional was ...
  • Young healthy Teen yet Cardiac Arrest still strikes Emily August 3, 2016 Nadene SeitersCardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in the United States with 326,200 individuals experiencing out of hospital cardiac arrest every year, and ninety percent of those individuals die. Thankfully, Emily Orta was of the ten percent who made it. At the age of fourteen, Emily was an active athlete who participated in soccer, track ...
  • Quitting Smoking – Determination, Planning, and Changing Your Routine can Help July 29, 2016 Derek WalbornSmoking. We know the facts. The science is in and many people have personal horror stories attributed to a friend or family member that has lost the battle with lung cancer after a lifetime of nicotine addiction. Whether its to save money by not having to buy heavily-taxed tobacco products or to preserve one’s health, ...
  • CPR Education Equips Ordinary Citizens To Do The Extraordinary In Cases Of Cardiac Arrest July 27, 2016 Derek WalbornWe have seen it countless times: the ambulance, with lights strobing and siren wailing, slithering its way through a congested city street. Apprehensively crawling under a red light at a busy intersection. Riding the brakes as the motorists in its path turn down their radios and check their mirrors, wondering what all the noise is ...
  • Hot-Weather Safety for Steamy Tampa Summers July 25, 2016 Carol SaraoSun-drenched Tampa, with its subtropical climate, rewards residents and visitors alike with a seemingly endless procession of bright, warm days and brilliant blue skies. While other parts of the country are gridlocked in ice and snow, we enjoy mild, pleasant winters. But Tampa residents know that part of living in this beautiful city is dealing with ...
  • Improve Heart Health with Cholesterol-lowering Foods July 22, 2016 Carol SaraoImprove Heart Health With Cholesterol-Lowering Foods Heart disease, the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States, is often associated with high cholesterol levels. If you have been diagnosed with high cholesterol, your doctor may prescribe medication to help reduce your levels. However, you may also be able to lower your cholesterol ...
  • Clearwater Florida resident survives after major heart attack July 20, 2016 Laura CriderClearwater resident  has had more than his fair share of physical challenges. On November 17, 2015, Smith, who is a cancer survivor, suddenly collapsed inside his apartment. Later, he would explain that his vision went black as he tried to protect his head while falling to his knees. Fortunately, Smith’s fiancee, Ryen Hauck, was also present. ...
  • Summer job equipped me to save a life years later July 13, 2016 AnonymousDuring my teen years I became a life guard like so many of my peers and, thus, had to be trained in how to respond to emergencies.  If you had asked me then how to perform CPR or give aid I would have laughed about that weekend class I had taken because I did not ...
  • Survival Guide on Venomous Snakes in Florida January 26, 2016 Derek WalbornAs the weather becomes less oppressive in the state of Florida, more and more people are venturing outdoors to take full advantage of the mild temperatures and cooler air that this time of the year provides. However, human beings are not the only creatures soaking up the sunshine on these cooler days. Lower temperatures force ...
  • Now offering American Heart CPR private group classes in Mason City, Waterloo, Dubuque and all of northern Iowa January 14, 2016 Troy BowmanIn-Pulse CPR is a large American Heart Training Center (TC) offering private onsite CPR, AED, First Aid, and / or Bloodborne Pathogen training to companies and organizations looking to train 5 or more of their staff. Course offerings include . Inquire or Schedule your ...
  • Learning to Save Lives: All High-Schools Should Provide CPR Training June 25, 2015 Robin JohnsonA commentary recently released by the Mayo Clinic argues that CPR training in high school could be a crucial addition to the curriculum – allowing children to understand the benefits of caring for others and learn new ways to save lives. Recently, the number of U.S. states that have begun to consider cardiopulmonary resuscitation training ...
  • Capella University students needing CPR certification March 27, 2015 Troy BowmanCapella Students welcome to attend CPR classes with In-Pulse CPR Our classes provide you with the necessary CPR certification (American Heart Association for Healthcare Providers) for enrollment with Capella. Per Capella University guidelines:  …providing documentation of a current CPR certification..  is required.  An American Heart Assoc BLS certification is the national standard for medical students. Please be assured ...
  • Local Crystal River / Inverness Florida CPR classes with the American Heart March 25, 2015 Troy BowmanCrystal River First Aid Training Classes | Crystal River, FL AED Training Classes | Inverness classes | Over 13 community class locations in central Florida! At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that ...
  • The Importance of Healthy Exercise for seniors March 17, 2015 Robin JohnsonExercise and physical activity can be essential for helping to you to stay more energetic, independent and healthy as you grow older. Most adults over the age of sixty-five spend around ten hours or more either lying or sitting down every day. This establishes them as the most sedentary group. However, they can pay a ...
  • Staying Safe during Cardiovascular Exercise March 5, 2015 Robin JohnsonEngaging in physical activity does not have to be a strenuous task in order for you to experience the health benefits that you’re looking for. Cardiovascular exercise helps individuals to maintain muscles, healthy bones, and joints, as well as aiding in the control of a recommended weight and reducing body fat. Before you can get ...
  • How to Start Exercising if you’re Overweight February 26, 2015 Robin JohnsonMost of us know how important healthy living is, however that doesn’t mean that it’s always going to be easy. For some people, the prospect of getting fit, engaging in regular exercise and eating right will come naturally. However, for those who are already overweight, or large enough that doing the exercises thinner people do ...
  • Healthy Exercising Advice for New Mothers February 20, 2015 Robin JohnsonIn all honesty, as a new mother, you may find that exercising and getting back into shape fitness-wise is not the first thing on your mind. However, this doesn’t mean that figuring out how to become more physically active isn’t worthwhile. In fact, learning how to exercise regularly after you have given birth could be ...
  • Public CPR Classes in Easton PA We offer CPR certification at over 13 locations across central Pennsylvania February 11, 2015 Troy BowmanAt In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom feeling confident in the skills they gained.  Our classes are fun too!   Click here to View our Class Calendar CPR ...
  • Fitness Tips for Someone Who is Just Starting February 11, 2015 Robin Johnson  Plenty of people decide at one point or another that it is time for them to start taking their health and fitness more seriously. When this happens, they may choose to improve their dietary choices, or engage in more regular physical activity, however, preferably, they will consider engaging in both. Whether you have been working ...
  • Cardio Exercises that you can do At Home February 3, 2015 Robin JohnsonFinding effective exercises that you can do from the comfort of your own home can be an attractive option to many people, as they offer simplicity and convenience, as well as a way for people to save time and money. The real issue is looking for ways to workout at home when you may not ...
  • Benefits of Good Cardiorespiratory Fitness January 28, 2015 Robin Johnson Cardiorespiratory fitness, when combined with muscle endurance, strength, body composition and flexibility make up the five most crucial components of physical health and fitness. Often referred to as aerobic, endurance or cardio exercise, cardiorespiratory activities, this form of exercise relies upon the ability of your body to provide yourself with enough oxygen to engage in ...
  • Healthy eating and exercise benefits January 22, 2015 Robin JohnsonKeeping yourself physically active through regular exercise routines, and ensuring the proper nourishment of your body with a healthy diet can lead to a host of wonderful benefits, including happiness, increased energy, improved health, and even extra years of life. Diet and exercise are essential when determining a person’s overall health, and making the careful ...
  • CNA CPR certification classes at over 13 class locations across Florida January 21, 2015 Troy BowmanNursing Assistant CPR certification classes In-Pulse CPR is one of the largest providers of approved CNA CPR certification classes in the state of Florida.  We currently offer classes across the Tampa Bay area (multiple locations), Orlando, Ocala, Ft Myers, Lakeland, and many other sites across the state. Click here to View our Class Calendar Our classes are ...
  • CNA CPR certification classes at over 13 class locations across Pennsylvania January 21, 2015 Troy BowmanNursing Assistant CPR certification classes In-Pulse CPR is one of the largest providers of approved CNA CPR certification classes in the state of Pennsylvania.  We currently offer classes across central and Eastern Pennsylvania including Harrisburg, York, Lancaster, Allentown, West Chester, King of Prussia, and many other sites across the state. Click here to View our Class Calendar ...
  • CNA CPR certification classes at over 13 class locations across Minnesota January 21, 2015 Troy BowmanNursing Assistant CPR certification classes In-Pulse CPR is one of the largest providers of approved CNA CPR certification classes in the state of Minnesota.  We currently offer classes across the Twin Cities (multiple locations), Duluth, St Cloud, Rochester, and many other sites across the state.   Click here to View our Class Calendar   Our classes are complete and ...
  • February is American Heart Month January 20, 2015 Troy Bowman– a time when people all over the country take a closer look at getting heart healthy. On average, someone in the U.S. suffers a heart attack every 34 seconds.* About every 40 seconds, someone in the U.S. has a stroke.* *Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics, 2014 Update, American Heart Association Consider an active and healthy eating lifestyle.  Here ...
  • Children and Energy Drinks Do not Mix according to Poison Control Data December 5, 2014 Robin JohnsonOver 40% of all reports regarding energy drinks and U.S. poison control centers involve instances of children beneath the age of six suffering from severe neurological and cardiac symptoms, according to a study presented by the Scientific Sessions of the American Heart Association in 2014. The somewhat excessive representation of youths is worrying, concerning the number ...
  • Emphasizing Full Recoil in CPR Instruction is Essential to Saving Lives November 28, 2014 Donna RyanAccording to a consensus statement issued by the American Heart Association in 2010, high-quality CPR is comprised of certain critical elements. These components emphasize that the emergency responder: Minimize the interruptions in chest compressions; Supply chest compressions of a sufficient rate and depth; Avoid excessive ventilation; and Avoid leaning between compressions. While it is clear that high-quality CPR leads to ...
  • CPR Helps Austin Daughter Save Her Dad’s Life November 24, 2014 Donna Ryan  A Life-changing Event One news report out of Austin Texas resulted in a life-changing experience for Michael DeMarco, 42, and his daughter, Aly DeMarco, aged 13. An event, which happened on February 14, 2014, will cause the pair to definitely remember future Valentine holidays. Ironically, on the heart-filled occasion, a person’s life was saved from a ...
  • Public CPR Classes in Allentown PA October 30, 2014 Troy BowmanWe offer CPR certification at over 13 locations across central Pennsylvania Offering CPR training in Greater Lehigh Valley near Nazareth, Easton, Phillipsburg, & Bethlehem At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student ...
  • The Hollywood Heart Attack October 3, 2014 Benjamin RousseyYou’ve seen it dozens of times before, plastered across your television screen: the agonized grimace, the surprise collapse, and the painful grasping at one’s chest. In the world of medicine, it’s called the Hollywood Heart Attack.
  • The Biggest Killer in the US – Its not Hollywood October 2, 2014 Robin JohnsonThe first surprise I learned was that the biggest killer of women in America was actually heart disease, not breast cancer, as many believe.
  • Safer Construction Sites are First Built with CPR and AED Training September 17, 2014 Troy BowmanAccording to OSHA, approximately one in five workplace deaths happens on a construction site.  There are many health emergencies that can happen to construction workers including heart attack, stroke, electrocution, dismemberment, breaks, and sprains, etc.  By training the staff on how to respond to cardiac and first aid emergencies, businesses can help protect themselves against ...
  • Family of Lost Teen Calls for Further Use of CPR and AEDs September 15, 2014 Robin JohnsonSeveral factors can lead to an individual’s heartbeat or breathing unexpectedly coming to a halt, from blood infections, to heart attacks, to simple accidents. Even when the cause of a cardiac arrest isn’t known, there is still a way to reduce the chances of the situation being fatal, if only someone nearby administers CPR immediately, ...
  • Florida Public Schools need ‘CPR training’ requirement for graduating Students August 29, 2014 Benjamin RousseyWhy Florida should Introduce CPR Training Requirement in High Schools Statistics have found that each year, over a quarter of a million Americans die suddenly as a result of cardiac arrest. According to statements given by medical experts, the best way to provide a stunning chance of survival to someone suffering from cardiac problems, it to ...
  • We need a ‘CPR Training’ Requirement for Graduating High School Students in Pennsylvania Public Schools August 29, 2014 Benjamin RousseyCurrently there are 18 states that have a requirement for students to learn CPR before they can graduate.  According to the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation-  “Additional states have CPR/AED education requirements for schools, but there are limitations. For example: In Illinois, schools are required to offer CPR/AED training, but students are not required to undergo ...
  • Essential Safety: The 5 Reasons Your Company should have an AED August 13, 2014 Robin JohnsonThe AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) was introduced to the public over thirty years ago, designed to administer a potentially life-save electric jolt to the failing heart of a victim in order to restore a regular rhythm. The fact that most of us spend a large portion of our days within the work place makes it ...
  • Hiring a Tampa Florida Babysitter with CPR Training could Save Your Child’s Life August 1, 2014 Benjamin RousseyWith so many people living busy lives and dealing with hectic schedules these days, it is not uncommon for parents to seek out the assistance of a professional babysitter during the times they cannot provide care themselves. Sometimes, you may need a babysitter on hand for as little as a few hours a week so ...
  • Why is a Minnesota babysitter with CPR knowledge so important? August 1, 2014 Benjamin RousseyLife can be hectic at the best of times, and parents are not always going to be able to be there to look out for their children at all times, especially when they have other important commitments to consider. It’s perfectly normal to seek out the assistance of a babysitter when time is running short ...
  • Babysitters in Pennsylvania should know the Importance of Learning Effective CPR August 1, 2014 Benjamin RousseyFor parents, finding the ideal babysitter can be a lot like looking for the Holy Grail. It’s quite an adventure, attempting to find someone who not only provides a comfortable environment for your children, but also puts your mind at rest about the concept of leaving your loved ones with someone else. If you believe that ...
  • Why Individuals Who Care for Children must have CPR Training August 1, 2014 Benjamin RousseyCaring for children, whether it is part of an occupation such as babysitting or a necessity within everyday life, is one of the most important responsibilities an individual will ever face. As the most vulnerable fraction of the population, children need attentive care to ensure they remain secure and healthy in any situation. Whether you are ...
  • Pressing the Speed Dial or 911 is Not Enough – Learn CPR July 25, 2014 Donna Ryan  Be Proactive – Sign Up for Heartsaver CPR You cannot just press “911” on you cell phone and hope for the best. Saving a life is much more crucial than that. Knowing CPR can avert a tragedy, and keep a person sustained until emergency help arrives. Therefore, anyone, any age, should make it a point to ...
  • Babysitters in Pennsylvania Understand the Importance of Knowing CPR and First Aid July 25, 2014 Donna Ryan  Learn to be A First Responder If you think that babysitting only involves reading a book while the child you are “watching” is playing upstairs, you need to reassess the job and find something else to do. Babysitters need to possess a basic understanding of the responsibilities of the work and also need to know ...
  • Minnesotan Babysitters Should Receive Heartsaver CPR and Heartsaver First Aid before Accepting Work July 25, 2014 Donna RyanProvide an Additional Level of Trust – Obtain CPR Training If you live in Minnesota and are thinking of earning extra money this summer babysitting for others, then it’s also important to be well-prepared. Minnesota babysitters, eleven years and older, can provide an extra level of trust and assurance to their clients by obtaining certification ...
  • Tampa Babysitters Need to Understand CPR before They Take on an Assignment July 25, 2014 Donna RyanBe Prepared – Obtain the Necessary CPR and First Aid Training Any Florida babysitter, 12 years of age or older, should be well-prepared before taking on a babysitting assignment. Therefore, your basic understanding of your responsibilities should also include first aid safety training and CPR. After all, children suffer from strains and sprains and can easily ...
  • Minnesota Teen Uses the Skills She Learned in Eighth-grade CPR Class to Save Her Sister’s Life July 25, 2014 Donna RyanA Law That Will Save Countless Lives When you are younger or older, knowing CPR is an important and essential skill that one can never overlook. Two sisters, from Chaska, Minnesota know, all too well, the veracity of this statement. Fortunately, Minnesota lawmakers have instituted a statute that mandates the instruction of CPR in Minnesota schools. ...
  • I understand why I need to learn CPR but why should I learn how to use an AED? July 24, 2014 Troy BowmanMany people understand the need to learn how to perform CPR but  have trouble understanding why we also teach how to use an AED in all of our classes.  An electric shock delivered quickly by an AED can be life saving.  AEDs are becoming increasingly more popular at public venues including airports, sports areas, malls, ...
  • Only 10 percent of victims survive without CPR May 13, 2014 Troy Bowman   Here is an interesting fact.  Sudden cardiac arrest is a leading cause of death in the U.S., affecting more than 1,000 people each day. On average only 10 percent of victims survive, but survival rates jump to 40 percent when victims are treated with CPR and defibrillators.  This percentage increases even more when immediate ...
  • More student reviews April 15, 2014 Troy BowmanAs Business manager with In-Pulse CPR, I see hundreds of reviews from students whom have attended our classes each and every month.  We rarely see a bad review.   Here are some recent reviews from some of our students: Best CPR class that I’ve ever taken! Instructors were fabulous!  Finally feel confident with what to do!  There were ...
  • Burnsville CPR Training Classes April 14, 2014 Troy BowmanBurnsville First Aid Training Classes  |  Burnsville AED Training Classes | BLS Healthcare CPR At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom feeling confident in the skills they ...
  • National American University (NAU) Students welcome to attend CPR classes March 6, 2014 Troy BowmanOur classes provide you with the necessary CPR certification (American Heart Association for Healthcare Providers) for enrollment with NAU. Please be assured that all nursing or dental programs in the area will accept our program to fulfill your CPR requirements.   When signing up please select a BLS for Healthcare course . At In-Pulse CPR we take ...
  • Best class – student comment February 27, 2014 AnonymousI took the BLS class yesterday. Have been to fourteen of these so far in the last 28 yrs of my career . I would like to say that this was THE best, most enjoyable one I have ever sat through. The instructor, Jason, was FANTASTIC. He had  just the right amount of humor, coupled ...
  • CPR Classes in Eagan MN and 12 other class locations in metro area December 9, 2013 Troy BowmanEagan First Aid Training Classes  |  Eagan AED Training Classes | Eagan BLS CPR Classes In-Pulse CPR is the metro’s largest CPR class provider.  We think you will find our classes to be the most enjoyable and educational CPR class you have ever attended.  We currently offer classes at 13 class locations in the metro.  Follow ...
  • Local Clermont Florida CPR classes with the American Heart October 25, 2013 Troy BowmanClermont First Aid Training Classes | Clermont FL AED Training Classes | 5 class locations to choose from in area – Over 13 class locations in state! At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make ...
  • Florida Hospital Carrollwood area CPR class options October 17, 2013 Troy BowmanWe have a large amount of nurses and other healthcare workers who take our classes over an equivalent employer offered course.   Please be assured that all Healthcare providers in the area will accept our program to fulfill your CPR requirements.   When signing up please select a BLS for Healthcare course . At In-Pulse CPR we ...
  • St Joseph Hospital CPR class offerings October 17, 2013 Troy BowmanSt Joseph Womens, St Joseph Childrens, St Joseph North, St Joseph Hospital We have a large amount of nurses and other healthcare workers who take our classes over an equivalent employer offered course.   Please be assured that all Healthcare providers in the area will accept our program to fulfill your CPR requirements.   When signing up ...
  • CPR Classes now being offered in Rochester October 17, 2013 Troy BowmanWe have a large amount of nurses and other healthcare workers who take our classes over an equivalent employer offered course.   Please be assured that all Healthcare providers in the area will accept our program to fulfill your CPR requirements.   When signing up please select a BLS for Healthcare course . At In-Pulse CPR we ...
  • Keiser University students of Florida welcome to attend CPR classes September 24, 2013 Troy BowmanKeiser Tampa campus, Sarasota Keiser campus, Keiser Orlando, Lakeland Keiser University, Ft Myers Keiser University – CPR classes We have a large amount of nursing and medical students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered course.   Please be assured that all nursing or medical programs in the area will accept our program to fulfill ...
  • Augsburg College students welcome to attend CPR classes September 24, 2013 Troy BowmanMinneapolis & Rochester Campuses – Augsburg College MN CPR Training Classes We have a large amount of nursing and dental students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered course.   Please be assured that all nursing or dental programs in the area will accept our program to fulfill your CPR requirements.   When signing up ...
  • Lincoln Technical Institute students welcome to attend CPR classes September 24, 2013 Troy BowmanLincoln Technical Institute Group of schools CPR Training Classes – Dental Assistant-Nursing-Pharmacy Technician-Surgical Technology-Medical Assistant with Basic X-Ray Americare School of Nursing CPR Fern Park Orlando Campus CPR training Lincoln Technical Tampa Campus CPR classes We have a large amount of nursing and dental students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered course.   Please be assured that all ...
  • Fortis College in Winter Park Florida students welcome to attend CPR classes September 24, 2013 Troy BowmanNursing, healthcare, medical, dental students from Fortis CPR Training Classes We have a large amount of nursing and dental students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered course.   Please be assured that all nursing, EMT, or dental programs in the area will accept our program to fulfill your CPR requirements.   When signing up ...
  • UCF College of Nursing students welcome to attend CPR classes in Orlando September 24, 2013 Troy BowmanUniversity Central Florida CPR Training Classes We have a large amount of nursing and dental students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered course.   Please be assured that all nursing, EMT, or dental programs in the area will accept our program to fulfill your CPR requirements.   When signing up please select a BLS ...
  • Middletown Area School District September 23, 2013 Troy BowmanAugust-2013 I just wanted to thank you for an awesome training this morning!  My staff raved about your trainers – they said it was the best CPR/AED training they have ever received.  They loved the personal touch, and said that it was very interactive and interesting. We hope to continue to work with you in coming years! Christine, ...
  • Now offering CPR classes in Central Florida Orlando area including Kissimmee, Altamonte Springs and others September 14, 2013 Troy BowmanOrlando First Aid Training Classes | Orlando AED Training Classes | 5 class locations to choose from in area   At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom feeling ...
  • Impressed August 29, 2013 Cheryl WilmoreI just wanted to say how impressed I was with the class I took last night (Fridley). Tiffany is an amazing instructor and I thoroughly enjoyed the class (not a common experience with CPR classes in the past!).  Thank you!  Keep up the great work.     Kristine Maplewood, MN    
  • Florida needs more accessable AED’s August 28, 2013 Troy BowmanAbout 2.5 million AEDs are scattered across a country of more than 300 million people; experts calculate that 30 million of the devices are needed just to cover all major metropolitan areas. And even if your office building or church is equipped with an AED, you might not know it. Unlike fire extinguishers, which are a ...
  • DOTmed: AED Manufacturers Get Regulatory Jolt May 10, 2013 Troy BowmanPosted May 10th, 2013 by SCAFoundation SCA News The automated external defibrillator industry is about to get a bit of a jolt, according to Brendon Nafiger in DOTmed Business News. In March, the Food and Drug Administration released a long-in-the-works proposed order that will toughen the procedure for getting the devices on the market after a number ...
  • USCG April 29, 2013 Troy BowmanApril 29, 2013 – The US Coast Guard in Clearwater Florida calls on In-Pulse CPR to train about 50 personnel.
  • New Grade School Mandate for Minnesota: Students must be CPR trained! February 14, 2013 Maria McCutchenA new law, passed by Governor Mark Dayton on April 23, 2012 (H.F. 2509/S.F. 1908), will require that school age students learn to use an external defibrillator, as well as receive hands-on training of CPR practices, at least once before they graduate.  It is recognized that students can, and do save lives with knowledge and ...
  • CPR training requirement for H.O.P.E School Children in Florida January 16, 2013 Maria McCutchenThe H.O.P.E. program (Health Opportunities through Physical Education) is an educational elective for Florida school students that allows them to personally experience all the benefits of routine exercise, proper nutritional choices, and overall good-health decisions through a combination of health and physical education.  It enables students to get a better understanding of the benefits of ...
  • In-Pulse CPR gaining AHA Training Center status! December 14, 2012 AnonymousDecember 14, 2012.  After over a year in the works, Florida based In-Pulse CPR, Inc enters into an agreement with the American Heart Association to become an official AHA Training Center(TC).  Troy Bowman, a spokesman for the company states, “We are now in a position to better provide for our instructors and students”.  Their agreement ...
  • Minnesota Board of Pharmacy approves In-Pulse CPR for Continuing Education Course Credits November 16, 2012 Troy BowmanIn-Pulse CPR, Inc. is now approved to offer Continuing Education Credits for all Pharmacist in the state of Minnesota by attending any of our public BLS Healthcare CPR courses within the state. In-Pulse CPR offers Healthcare CPR classes at over 13 locations in the Twin Cities, St Cloud, and Duluth.   View our calendar now of public CPR ...
  • Ten GREAT Reasons to Drink Water September 12, 2012 Susan Patterson Fresh, clean water, the great wellspring of life, is so simple it is often overlooked. The human body is comprised of anywhere between 55% – 78% water. The brain alone consists of 90% water, the blood 83%, muscle 75% and bone 22%.   Water is essential for life, even more so than food. Most human beings can go weeks, even months without food but only ...
  • Camping Safety Tips August 2, 2012 Jennifer CCamping is an activity that’s enjoyed by millions every year, and the best thing about this activity is that it can be enjoyed year round – winter, spring, summer and fall. So, whether you plan on roughing it in a tent or planning a family outing to a national park, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t ...
  • KEEPING SAFE WHILE BOATING IN TAMPA July 25, 2012 Donna Ryan  First – Check the Weather Forecast If you enjoy boating, then safety should be first and foremost in your mind when navigating the coastal waters of Tampa, Florida. Before you set out on any boating excursion then, you want to make sure that the weather stays pleasant. Therefore, don’t leave the dock without confirming that the ...
  • Are your children playing it safe? July 11, 2012 Kaline ReineIt’s a hot summer day… Your child asks you if he or she can go to the playground. Seeing nothing wrong with this, you decide to take them. When you arrive, there are many parents playing with their kids. Your little one soon scampers off, to play with the others. You find yourself enjoying the ...
  • First Aid Kit for Hiking July 10, 2012 Maria McCutchenHiking is a great outdoor activity that can give you well-rounded, and balanced benefits. Most people to hike for the pure enjoyment of the sport; to get out in nature and see the sites. Exercise is another motivating factor behind hiking. It is a great way to get a good cardio, as well as muscle ...
  • CPR training Classes now in Spring Hill Florida area July 6, 2012 Troy BowmanSpring Hill First Aid Training Classes | Brooksville AED Training Classes | 13 class locations to choose from in area At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom ...
  • Packing for Camping Safety June 15, 2012 Susan Patterson  There is nothing more peaceful than a trip to the great outdoors. Being amongst nature is a relaxing departure from the daily grind. Camping may seem, to some, a rather passive activity requiring little forethought. However, this could not be further from the truth. Without proper packing, camping can indeed be extremely dangerous. Smart packing means safe camping, don’t be caught without these essential items.   First-aid ...
  • Are you really safe when you go to the beach? June 11, 2012 Kaline Reine Swimming seems like such a simple thing. It’s something that most Floridians don’t really give a second thought to. But how do you know when you are at the beach with your family that you are really safe? There are many dangers when going to the beach. For children, it’s probably a good idea to make ...
  • 12 Safety Tips Every Hiker Needs to Know May 3, 2012 Jennifer C  It’s no secret that hiking is a fun activity in which the entire family can participate in.  After all, who wouldn’t enjoy observing the natural elements that surround us?   Even though hiking is an adventurous sport with many advantages, such as beautiful scenery and health benefits, it can also have disadvantages, such as falling rocks and ...
  • Beach Safety Tips for a Safer Summer April 22, 2012 Regina HurleyBeach Warning Flags  You see them flying on all of Florida’s public beaches, they are there to let swimmers know if it is safe to swim or not but, do you really know what they mean? The beach is a wonderful place to spend a hot summer day but, the ocean can change very quickly and ...
  • Breaking Falls Safely – Home Playground Equipment April 20, 2012 Susan PattersonAlthough we often hear of the children injured on public playgrounds, over 50,000 youngsters suffer from accidents annually on home playground equipment. Time and planning are essential when considering installation of such equipment. Although it is beneficial to provide your children with a physical outlet, securing their safety should always be the first matter of business. Since the majority of injuries ...
  • Going to the Beach? Remember, Safety Comes First! April 20, 2012 Jennifer CIn my opinion, there’s nothing more fun to do in the summer than take a beach vacation.  Growing up, my family and I would visit the beach multiple times a year and we all loved it!  Splashing in the waves, walking on the wet sand, collecting shells – it can’t get much better than that! Even ...
  • Babysitting and CPR / First Aid April 7, 2012 Maria McCutchenBabysitting is an important job. It requires first and foremost, the love of children, but beyond that, there are many qualifications you must possess in order to be a good and responsible babysitter. Children of all ages have needs that require tending to. You will need to be aware of the different age groups, and ...
  • Signs of a potential Heart Attacks March 16, 2012 Kaline ReineIf you or someone you know is having a heart attack, you may have only a few minutes to act. A heart attack can strike suddenly, and sometimes without warning. It’s important to know what to do in an emergency. There are many different causes of heart attacks… And there is a lot you should ...
  • His Team Lost, but He Won! March 5, 2012 Tom Sirmons  Leo Staudacher hadn’t planned on watching the Michigan-Notre game on television, let alone in a hospital ICU unit. But he was very grateful to have seen the end of the game at all. The 69 year old Bay City man was watching the game at Michigan Stadium when he collapsed from sudden cardiac arrest, the ...
  • Severe Weather Safety Tips for Atlanta Georgia February 22, 2012 Regina HurleyIn 2011 Atlanta, GA suffered from more severe weather than it has in many years. It seems as though the weather here in Atlanta gets worse every year; with everything from snow storms that last for weeks to a battery of tornados, and thunder storms that rage across the state like an angry bull. Be Ready ...
  • Protecting yourself Against Bloodborne Pathogens in a Health Care Setting February 15, 2012 Donna Ryan  Occupations at Risk If you work in a number of occupations, particularly in nursing or as an emergency medical technician (EMT), you are at a pronounced risk of being exposed to bloodborne pathnogens (BBPs). Other occupations that stand the risk of infection from BBPs include police officers, firemen, clinical or laboratory workers, plumbers, hair stylists, and ...
  • She “was not responding” to CPR February 10, 2012 Carol TheisThis weekend I was home watching TV, flipping through the channels, when a program caught my attention. This program was reviewing the case of a gentleman who had lost his wife in a diving “accident”.  They were trying the evidence presented at his trial.  His apparent lack of emotions,  the situation that left her alone ...
  • The Best Way To Stay Safe On A Cruise Ship February 8, 2012 Judith KolbergCruise ships have the best safety record in the travel industry, but despite international maritime rules and regulations, U.S. Coast Guard guidelines, and stringent international laws, cruise ship accidents or incidents still occur. If your cruise ship captain steers too close to the shore, hits a rock, is distracted by a 25 year old blond ...
  • Quantity over Quality? Not all CPR classes are the same. February 7, 2012 Felicia QuinonesAs a former daycare provider, I know a daycare center prides itself on how many teachers they can say are CPR and First Aid certified. When a potential parent is touring and the director can say that a large percentage of the staff is certified…well, how much better can it get? I was certified for several ...
  • What a Bystander was Taught Saves a Teacher’s Life February 5, 2012 Tom SirmonsWhen paramedics in Dallas arrived at Sarah Zumwalt Middle School, they found a teacher in the midst of a heart attack. “He was in ventricular fibrillation, a fatal rhythm,” said Fire Department Lieutenant Greg Henderson. They also found that a fellow educator already was performing CPR. Said Henderson, “Bystander CPR is what saved this person’s ...
  • Even First Responders Can Become Disaster Victims, Atlanta Ice Storm Jan 2011 January 12, 2012 Judith Kolberg  “I’m trained in CPR and always thought of myself as a first responder and a caretaker of others, but during Atlanta’s ice storm in January, 2011 I was the one who ended up needing assistance”, reflects Dr. Benjamin Albright. The icy parking lot in front of his busy Marietta chiropractic office lay at the bottom ...
  • Prompt Intervention Saves Lives in Grand Marais January 6, 2012 Benjamin Roussey Gary Radloff, a bailiff for Cook County in Grand Marais, MN. has become a local hero in the community. His quick intervention helped save lives when a man who just received a guilty verdict in a criminal case went on a shooting rampage. Two people were shot and two others received injuries during this courthouse ...
  • Winter Play Safety Tips for Children January 4, 2012 Sarah Klauda  Snow is one of nature’s greatest toys for all ages. You can mold it, build with it, slide on it, throw it, and so much more. No matter how old you are, it is important to be safe when playing outside in the fresh powder. These six simple guidelines can help everyone make the most ...
  • Dealing with Epilepsy: A First-Aider’s Guide January 2, 2012 Leonard TelfordThere are few conditions that a first aider will come across that are scarier than a classic grand mal seizure. While you can bandage a wound, place someone in the recovery position, or administer CPR, the sight of someone shaking on the ground is extremely daunting if you are not use to it. First, though, you ...
  • Ballpark CPR December 29, 2011 Maria McCutchenBallparks are always a fun gathering place for many people and families. The excitement of seeing your child playing baseball can bring out a sense of pride, and enjoyment. But, as fun as ballparks are, they can also be dangerous. There are many different types of injuries that can occur at a ballpark, one of ...
  • Crossing the REAL Finish-Line December 27, 2011 Tom SirmonsHe was only a tenth of a mile from the finish line of a half-marathon race in San Jose when the 40 year old man collapsed. A Stanford University Hospital nurse was nearby and quickly determined the man had no pulse and wasn’t breathing. She started CPR immediately, and soon, Emergency Medical Technicians from an ...
  • Ever considered a career in Nursing? December 27, 2011 Maria McCutchenSince the day of Clara Barton, a pioneer in the field of nursing, nursing has not only become a degree that many strive to attain, but is a very respected career. Nurses are always needed in multiple types of medical settings. Nurses are always in demand.   Nursing is a challenging field, yet very rewarding. It is ...
  • Hiking Preparedness December 20, 2011 Susan PattersonWritten by Susan Patterson Without proper planning, a hike can quickly turn into a nightmare. Avoiding unnecessary accidents and incidents is possible with adequate preparation. Remember, it is equally vital to prepare for a day hike, as it is to prepare for a longer journey. Know your route well and always take a friend along. Hiking alone is dangerous and ...
  • CPR Saves Senior Citizen’s Life in Tampa December 20, 2011 Benjamin RousseyWritten by Benjamin Roussey  An 89-year old man has been admitted, in serious condition, to the burn unit at Tampa General Hospital, following a fire that gutted his home. The elderly man named Charles “Luke” Davis lived on 22nd Avenue South in St. Petersburg where he became trapped by a major fire. Neighbors smelled smoke but failed ...
  • Proper precautions and training can prevent the spread of bloodborne pathogens December 13, 2011 Pearl Salkinwritten by Pearl Salkin | If a lab technician at a major medical research center in the United States drops a glass beaker on a counter and it breaks, it’s highly unlikely that any bloodborne pathogen that might be present will find a series of human hosts and cause a worldwide epidemic. Such facilities fall under ...
  • Safety on the beach December 13, 2011 Pearl Salkinwritten by Pearl Salkin | What could be better than spending a beautiful spring day at the beach? Kids living at the coast or lakeside have perennially played hooky on a hot May day to enjoy the sand and the surf. Similarly, grandmas and grandpas in Miami and throughout the Sunshine State often find the call ...
  • Paying it forward – Sudden cardiac arrest survivor saves a classmate December 8, 2011 Pearl SalkinSurvivors of sudden cardiac arrest usually feel lucky to be alive. Their rescuer was in the right place, at the right time and ready to use their CPR skills to save the victim‘s life.. While the successful outcome of each individual who has come back from the brink is surely something to celebrate, one young ...
  • St Petersburg College Health Students Wecome to our CPR Training Classes December 5, 2011 Troy BowmanSPC CPR Training Classes At In-Pulse CPR we love to teach CPR and it shows. We use the latest state-of-the-art CPR equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom feeling confident in the skills they gained. Our classes are fun too! Click here to View our Class ...
  • Miracle in Marin November 10, 2011 Tom SirmonsThe call came in to the Marin County, California Fire Department: “Bicyclist down”. Dispatchers say they get a lot of such calls, usually involving minor injuries. This one was different.   When a fire truck and paramedics rolled up to the scene, a bystander was performing CPR on the downed cyclist, who’d had a heart attack. EMS ...
  • CPR is not something you do on the living November 9, 2011 Carol TheisI recently met a woman in a class who stated that she never performed CPR, but almost did.  I asked for more information and found out that she had looked out her front window one morning just in time to see a man collapse near her mailbox.  She said that she “would have performed CPR, ...
  • Father and Daughter Saved November 3, 2011 Tom SirmonsA Chicago man and his daughter were saved from drowning in choppy Lake Michigan, when fast-acting bystanders pulled them from the water. The father undoubtedly would have died on shore if a rescuer hadn’t put his CPR training to quick use. The 14-year old girl was floundering in waves up to four feet high off a ...
  • Weekly American Heart CPR training in St Petersburg area October 27, 2011 Mollie BowmanIn-Pulse CPR is now offering weekly CPR classes in St Petes and Pinellas Park neighborhoods. These public classes offer CPR and / or First Aid certifications for Healthcare (BLS) and non-healthcare (Heartsaver) at convenient locations and times says a spokesman for the company. View St Petersburg and Pinellas Park CPR class calendar now   The American Heart is ...
  • An Intersection of Need and Know-how October 27, 2011 Tom SirmonsSome might call it a bizarre set of coincidences, while others would say it was divine intervention. Either way, the fact that a 22-month old girl survived cardiac arrest was a miracle directly attributable to the CPR training of a passerby.   The toddler was visiting with relatives in St. Catharine’s, Canada, when the crisis happened. An ...
  • Trained in CPR October 19, 2011 Tom SirmonsYou’re never too young to have a heart attack – or too young to save the life of someone who’s had one. Beth Scroggs was only 52 and in good health, riding San Francisco BART commuter train, when suddenly she slumped over in her seat, unconscious. Ms. Scroggs had suffered a cardiac arrest, the leading ...
  • Guarding Life October 13, 2011 Tom SirmonsLive power lines and oncoming traffic didn’t deter a Massachusetts prison guard from saving the life of a man who’d suffered a heart attack while driving. Credit goes to a combination of bravery, fast action and CPR training. Edward Johansen was driving along Route 140 in Norton early in the afternoon when he saw a car ...
  • DO SOMETHING! October 11, 2011 Carol TheisWritten by Carol – In-Pulse CPR Instructor | A number of years ago, our neighborhood experienced one of the most horrific of nightmare situations.  Little 5 year old, Shannon, was coming home from Kindergarten one very slippery January day in Pennsylvania.  The bus driver loved the children very much, lived in the neighborhood, and in 22 ...
  • What is Capnography? October 11, 2011 Mollie BowmanWith the 2010 guidelines, American Heart Association now endorses wave form capnography. So what is Capnography? Capnography is becoming an integral part of the monitoring done in the prehospital environment.  A capnograph is used to monitor/measure the amount of carbon dioxide in respiratory gases.  It provides information about the effectiveness of respiration’s, and end-tidal carbon dioxide values.  ...
  • HCC Hillsborough Community College nursing students welcome to attend our CPR Training Classes October 4, 2011 Troy BowmanHCC Nursing students CPR Training Classes We have a large amount of nursing and dental students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered course. Please be assured that all nursing or dental programs in the area will accept our program to fulfill your CPR requirements. When signing up please select a BLS for Healthcare ...
  • American Health Institute Port Richey students welcome to attend our CPR Training Classes October 4, 2011 Troy BowmanAmerican Health Institute FL available CPR Training Classes We have a large amount of Medical Assistants and nursing students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered course. Please be assured that all nursing programs in the area will accept our program to fulfill your CPR requirements. When signing up please select a BLS for ...
  • New Port Richey CPR Training Classes September 22, 2011 Troy BowmanNew Port Richey First Aid Training Classes  |  New Port Richey AED Training Classes At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom feeling confident in the skills they ...
  • Galen College of Nursing students welcome to attend our CPR Training Classes September 22, 2011 Troy BowmanGalen School of Nursing FL CPR Training Classes We have a large amount of nursing and dental students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered course.   Please be assured that all nursing or dental programs in the area will accept our program to fulfill your CPR requirements.   When signing up please select a ...
  • A Life Saved, Automatically! September 22, 2011 Tom SirmonsBystanders performing CPR and law enforcement officers equipped with a readily-available electronic device saved the life of a 74-year old heart attack victim in Cayucos, California. In both cases, a few hours of training made all the difference. Ben Hunt was having dinner with his wife at a restaurant, when he looked through the window and ...
  • My dad is Superman September 15, 2011 Benjamin RousseyThe morning of the 3rd Saturday in May of 2008 was not any different than any other 3rd Saturday of any other month for Joe Fernando. A librarian by profession, Joe was also a trained first aid support volunteer. More like a custom out of habit, Joe got up late, prepared himself for the day ...
  • Survival story of a cardiac arrest victim at work September 8, 2011 Pearl SalkinThere is a funny quote attributed to American author and humorist Mark Twain stating that reports of his death were greatly exaggerated. Florida resident and cardiac arrest survivor Charles Morgan can honestly say, “Been there, done that!” Morgan miraculously came back from the great beyond. According to medical experts, he was dead for 16-20 minutes before ...
  • Survivor Story of a Cardiac Arrest Victim – Highway to Hell September 1, 2011 Benjamin RousseyRobert Hill and his two kids Emma and Jade were driving back from their weekend trip from the amusement park. It was a custom with the Hill family to take a trip the final weekend of the month; only this time Christy, Robert’s wife, hadn’t been feeling too well and skipped the trip. Both the ...
  • Let me tell you about Alex August 30, 2011 David GerharttIf you have never witnessed a person go in to cardiac arrest then consider your self lucky. If you have then you experienced one of two things: 1: Complete helplessness 2: An overwhelming sense to act   Those of you who would relate with the ladder must be CPR certified. If you can’t relate to either, let me tell you ...
  • Survival story of a cardiac arrest victim walking to work August 25, 2011 Pearl SalkinGas is expensive. Cars carrying commuters add huge amounts of pollutants to our already dirty air. By walking to work, those hardy souls who leave the auto at home and hop into a pair of sneakers for the daily trip on foot are getting some valuable exercise and saving the planet, too. But for one 58-year-old ...
  • Eureka! They Found CPR! August 18, 2011 Tom SirmonsA man in Eureka, Oregon is alive today because two bystanders gave him CPR after he suffered a heart attack. It was shortly after eight in the morning, when a 911 dispatcher got the call: a man had collapsed in a shopping mall. A Fire Department Emergency Response team raced to the scene, and found ...
  • Survival story of a cardiac arrest victim on the golf course August 11, 2011 Pearl SalkinWhen a weekend golfer lives in an area that gets blasted by winter’s furious snowstorms and seemingly endless stretches of sub-freezing weather, playing a round with a bunch of buddies on a gorgeous course on a warm, sunny day is something to celebrate. But when hitting the ball off the 15th tee is immediately followed ...
  • Did you know cat litter weighs a ton? August 4, 2011 Linda FlackIt was about 5:30 in the evening and I was cooking  dinner.  I was wondering how my 74 year old father was doing on his first day on the job as a bagger at Publix.  It had been over six months that we had lost my Mom and I had done everything I could to ...
  • Studies: Bystanders Who Know CPR Save Lives! August 2, 2011 Tom SirmonsWritten by Tom Sirmons                                                      A wealth of recent research* reaches the same conclusion: those who suffer cardiac arrest are far more likely to survive long-term if a bystander immediately begins proper CPR. That’s especially true when emergency medical personnel are unable reach the scene within eight minutes. BUT – considering that brain damage from ...
  • Extreme Sports leads to a need for Extreme CPR July 28, 2011 Benjamin RousseyJosh Garner, Matthew Gibson, and Bert Fox had decided to celebrate their high school graduation together at Josh’s house. His parents were not home so the three teenagers had the house all to themselves. The spirit of fun mixed with alcohol endowed courage led them to try out what Bert liked calling extreme sports.   When Fun ...
  • An Angel on Wheels July 21, 2011 Tom SirmonsAngels don’t always appear in mystical visions. Sometimes, they show up on bicycles. During St. Petersburg’s ‘Meek and Mighty Triathlon’, an annual May event to raise funds for St. Anthony’s Hospital, 37-year old Teresa McCoy was about to finish the cycling competition when she noticed a man who’d collapsed on the street. Two police officers ...
  • Son dies after being ran over by his dad – sad story July 19, 2011 AnonymousOnce minute your child is playing and the next they are gone!
  • Minnesota School of Business students are welcome to attend our CPR training classes July 18, 2011 Troy BowmanMinnesota School of Business CPR Training Classes We have a large amount of nursing, dental, and EMT students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered course.   Please be assured that all nursing, dental or EMT ...
  • Survival story of a cardiac arrest victim July 18, 2011 Pearl SalkinMillions of Americans celebrate our independence as they get together with friends, family and gobs of food for a blissful day at the beach or park followed by oohs and ahs at Fourth of July fireworks displays. But for two young women in Michigan with a special bond, this year’s annual commemoration marked the fifth ...
  • Smoking is an addiction that has gripped the country — But there is help July 18, 2011 Carin MangimeliThe dangers of cardiovascular disease have only become well-known within the last five years. As the leading cause death in women, it is a formidable disease that fells CEOs and stay-at-home moms alike.
  • Love Minnesota Hate Winter July 17, 2011 AnonymousSnot freezes in your mustache. Your breathing causes your scarf and glasses to frost up. Fingers and toes start to ache like when you grab a hot pan…
  • In-Pulse CPR is now offering multiple CPR training classes in central Pennsylvania July 17, 2011 Troy BowmanCPR training classes now available at multiple locations near Harrisburg, the capital of PA Online PR News – 16-September-2010 – In-Pulse CPR is now offering first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation classes at 6 locations in the Harrisburg Pennsylvania metro area for both community and health care professionals. Class locations include: Harrisburg, Reading, York, Gettysburg, Hershey, and Lancaster. ...
  • CPR and First Aid for Babysitters July 16, 2011 Laura_FrostAs a child care provider you should know what to look for in signs of a child being in a struggle. This could be anything from their breathing stopping to their choking on a small wrapper. As a babysitter or
  • Is she allergic to me July 16, 2011 AnonymousCould she be allergic to the gold in the ring, maybe sweating causes the irritation, maybe she is just allergic to me jk.
  • Minneapolis CPR Training Classes July 15, 2011 Troy BowmanMinneapolis First Aid Training Classes  |  Minneapolis AED Training Classes | 13 class locations to choose from At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each ...
  • History of Nursing July 14, 2011 Carin MangimeliThe formal somewhat standardized training of nurses can be traced as far as the third and fourth century Roman Empire’s Christian courtesans provided houses for the poor, sick, injured and homeless while women slaves provided nursing services.
  • Sharing a common goal July 14, 2011 AnonymousNational recognized organizations…to teach, to train, to serve
  • Ways on winning the Cholesterol war. Something you may not have heard before. July 13, 2011 Nupur AgarwalThe word cholesterol generally sets alarms bells ringing in ones mind. One thinks of high blood pressure, heart attack and stroke damaging the delicate human system. But then hey! If it’s all that bad, what is the need of this soft, waxy, greasy substance doing rounds in our body?
  • Fitness in a bottle — If only it could be that easy! July 13, 2011 Nupur AgarwalAbusing your body can cost you a lot, not only in terms of doctor’s bills ,but also the age long negative effects it can have. Treasure your health and take good care of it before it’s too late!
  • More CPR class locations in Minneapolis area – Everyone should know how to perform CPR! July 12, 2011 Troy BowmanIn-Pulse CPR now offers CPR classes at over 13 public locations in the Twin Cities area.  Offering American Heart CPR , AED, and First Aid classes at convenient dates and times.  We also offer private classes for groups of 5 or more. Register for a  CPR Class Now ###
  • First Aid Camping Tips July 12, 2011 Carin MangimeliHiking, biking, walking and camping are just a few of the many activities pursued during the summer months. However, due to these activities, as well as the increased actions of people during these months, it is the time of the year when one is at the greatest risk for injury.
  • Calling 911 may not be enough to save a loved one July 11, 2011 Troy BowmanAfter 10 minutes brain damage is almost certain and non reversible. In other words, your love ones need your help to survive. YOU CAN’T RELY ON OUTSIDE HELP BECAUSE OUTSIDE HELP MOST LIKELY WON’T ARRIVE FAST ENOUGH!
  • What is CPR July 11, 2011 Mollie BowmanCardiac arrest is often caused by an abnormal heart rhythm called ventricular fibrillation (VF).
  • Ocala CPR training Classes July 9, 2011 Troy BowmanOcala First Aid Training Classes  |  Ocala AED Training Classes This class is open to the public and is held one a month at: Rasmussen College Ocala Campus 4755 SW 46th Court Ocala, FL 34474 REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an ...
  • KNOW YOUR RISKS, WOMEN ! July 8, 2011 Mollie BowmanMore than 430,000 women die yearly due to cardiovascular disease.
  • The Ever-Changing Science of Healthcare July 8, 2011 Melanie PinetteHealthcare is a broad ever-changing science that will forever surprise us with new and improved life-saving procedures, devices, and medicines. We all wish to one day find the ‘Fountain of Youth’, but in reality, it’s the brilliant individuals in the health and science fields that are always hard at work to find the latest and ...
  • Normandale Community College Students welcome to attend our CPR Training Classes July 7, 2011 Troy BowmanNormandale Community College MN CPR Training Classes We have a large amount of nursing and dental students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered course.   Please be assured that all nursing or dental programs in the area will accept ...
  • An Innocent Child July 6, 2011 Melanie Pinette“A parent should never have to bury their child”. To lose a child is something that causes the most indescribable pain a human being can feel, both physically and mentally. Some people never recover, while others use it to gain strength. Watching the dedicated medics and firefighters perform CPR on my baby and do everything ...
  • Tribute to Paramedics June 30, 2011 Pamela Arsena Written by Pamela Arsena Paramedics are the first line of defense when something has gone terribly wrong.  They often see us in our worst hour and often times save the day.  They work tiredly behind the scenes providing life saving medical attention to people in their time of need.  Often times the work of a paramedic ...
  • American Heart CPR training classes in Pennsylvania June 30, 2011 Troy BowmanPennsylvania First Aid Training Classes  |  Pennsylvania AED Training Classes | PA CPR At In-Pulse CPR, we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom ...
  • North St Paul CPR Training Classes June 29, 2011 Troy BowmanSt Paul First Aid Training Classes  |  St Paul AED Training Classes At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom feeling ...
  • The American Heart Association: A brief history of a great institution. June 25, 2011 Pamela ArsenaIt wasn’t until the late 1930’s that AHA begun looking at ways to extend their activities to reach the public.
  • CPR: A Hands-on Approach June 20, 2011 Karen HelmOur hands have been known to accomplish many things, but the greatest, is saving a life.
  • Lowering your Cholesterol June 17, 2011 Carin MangimeliHigh cholesterol can be a scary precursor to heart disease or it can be a wake-up call that you need to make some changes in your life to increase your life span. Make some small modifications and you should get that number back under control.
  • MNSCU CPR training classes at multiple locations accross metro area June 15, 2011 Troy BowmanMNSCU MRTC CPR Training Classes We are affiliated with MNSCU , one of the largest Multi Regional Training Centers for the American Heart Association. We have a large amount of nursing, dental, and EMT students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered ...
  • In-Pulse CPR is Now Offering CPR Training Classes at 7 Metro Locations in Tampa FL Area June 10, 2011 Troy BowmanOnline PR News – 06-January-2011 –In-Pulse CPR is excited to announce the start of CPR training classes within the Tampa Bay, Florida area. Public class locations include Temple Terrace, Lakeland, East Tampa, North Tampa, Brandon, Clearwater, Oldsmar and others. Classes are offered to the general public as well as private group classes ...
  • The Top 4 Heart Healthy Foods June 6, 2011 Pamela ArsenaThere are many foods that benefit the heart but there are 4 heart healthy foods which act as super foods.
  • CPR classes in Tampa June 1, 2011 Troy BowmanTampa first aid training classes | Tampa  AED training classes | Tampa CPR training classes At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each ...
  • Aspirin Dosages May 25, 2011 Carin MangimeliIn addition, taking an aspirin during a heart attack has proven to save the life of the sufferer.
  • The University of Tampa students are welcome to our CPR Training Classes May 24, 2011 Troy BowmanUT CPR Training Classes We have a large amount of nursing, dental, and EMT students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered course.   Please be assured that all nursing or dental ...
  • Nursing Shortages May 23, 2011 Troy BowmanThe nursing shortage has many bad side effects in the medical community. It increases the number of hours nurses have to work. The increase of hours makes nurses feel highly stressed which in turn in some cases may lead to them not getting to spend time with their loved ones.
  • CPR training MN – 13 class locations to choose from May 18, 2011 Troy BowmanView our calendar now We offer public classes two or three times every week.  Our class locations rotate to include over 13 class locations in total.  We offer classes in Minneapolis, St Paul, Apple Valley, Rosemount, Eagan, Maple Grove, Eden Prairie, Edina, Oakdale, Mendota Heights, Golden Valley, Brooklyn Park, Hopkins, Cottage Grove and others…. Healthcare CPR Dental CPR BLS ...
  • CPR and its Meaning May 12, 2011 Mollie BowmanCardiopulmonary Resuscitation or CPR is simply a way of “buying time”
  • Automated External Defibrillator’s and the Workplace May 12, 2011 Laura_FrostWritten by Laura Frost In today’s world, we are noticing more and more people who have high blood pressure, high cholesterol or something indicating a problem with the heart. It is far too common that people are seen in the emergency room and placed on medication to make their heart slow down, ...
  • First Aid and Medical Information at Your Fingertips May 8, 2011 Carin Mangimelifirst aid and CPR applications and programs are also being developed. These applications provide step-by-step instructions
  • Cardiac arrest cost employers May 6, 2011 Troy BowmanMany of those deaths happened at work. Each death yesterday will cost employers, employees, and their families today and for the foreseeable near future.
  • The Joy of Living in Minnesota May 5, 2011 Laura_FrostMinnesota is the place to be for a slower, more relaxed environment. So if you live in the state, take a deep breath of fresh forest air and if you are thinking of living there, rent a family cabin for the weekend to enjoy all the joy Minnesota has to offer.
  • In-Pulse CPR is now offering monthly CPR training classes in Duluth MN April 22, 2011 Troy BowmanIn-Pulse CPR offers American Heart CPR and AED training at multiple locations across central MN.  Because of demand, In-Pulse CPR has added a monthly class in the Duluth / Superior area. This class includes CPR certification for the following groups: BLS Healthcare: Nurses, dental workers, medical assistants, or anyone working the the healthcare industry required to have ...
  • Century College Students Wecome to our CPR Training Classes April 17, 2011 Troy BowmanCentury College, Coon Rapids MN CPR Training Classes At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom feeling confident ...
  • Tips for your First Automated External Defibrillator Purchase April 15, 2011 Carin MangimeliAn AED will assist you to save the life of a heart attack victim – but only if you have one readily available and have been trained in its use. So do some legwork now and save a life in the future.
  • Public CPR training in Minnesota Twin Cities area April 8, 2011 Troy BowmanVisit our calendar to select a class near you.  BLS Healthcare and non medical (layman) CPR training in a fun environment.  CPR classes that will not put you to sleep – guaranteed! Visit our calendar of upcoming classes **** Nursing CPR, Dental CPR, Healthcare CPR, Minneapolis CPR, CPR training in MN, ...
  • Burn Wound Care April 8, 2011 Carin MangimeliAfter the immediate burn has been treated, make plans to seek medical advice and have the wound treated by a medical professional as soon as possible to ensure that the burn does not become infected. The doctor may also be able to prescribe some topical ointment to keep the burn moist to ease scarring…
  • Sugar Intake Linked to Obesity April 7, 2011 Carin MangimeliIn an effort to assist the American Heart Association in limiting the population’s intake of sugar and decreasing the obesity risk, many schools
  • HACC students needing CPR certification welcome to attend April 4, 2011 Troy BowmanHarrisburg Area Community College (HACC) students welcome to attend our public American Heart CPR Training Classes for two year certification. At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom ...
  • New CPR Class Dates for Faribault MN March 16, 2011 Troy BowmanAfter repeated requests for more CPR classes in the southern part of Minnesota, In-Pulse CPR is now offering a monthly public CPR class in Faribault MN.  This class will appear on various dates at the AmericInn Lodge and Suites conference room on Lavender Drive in Faribault, MN. Click here to View our Class Calendar Faribault ...
  • New AHA CPR classes in Tampa Florida March 15, 2011 Troy BowmanIn-Pulse CPR will be offering weekly classes in the Tampa Florida area starting in January 2011. ‘We are very excited to fill a need for more public classes in central Florida’ says a spokesman for In-Pulse CPR.
  • CPR training classes in Twin Cities area March 14, 2011 Troy BowmanEveryone should know how to perform proper “CPR’ in an emergency. It’s a matter of LIFE or DEATH. Nurses, daycare providers, and even dentists are required to have a current CPR certification. You may be required also. Register for a Heartsaver CPR or BLS Healthcare Provider class today. Visit our calendar to ...
  • New MN Law: Child care Workers required to be CPR trained March 11, 2011 Carin MangimeliA new Minnesota state law established August 13, 2010 now requires at least one staff member in childcare facilities licensed by the state to have a current CPR certification to be at the facility at all times. This means that at least one or more early childhood teachers,
  • First Aid safety tips for the Outdoorsman March 10, 2011 Nupur AgarwalHowever we cannot control the forces of nature. In case you may lose your bearings and be forced to spend the night unexpectedly. Daypack of a hunter should include a map…
  • University of South Florida students are welcome to our CPR Training Classes March 9, 2011 Troy BowmanUSF Florida CPR Training Classes We have a large amount of nursing, dental, and EMT students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered course.   Please be assured that all nursing or dental programs ...
  • North Hennepin Community College welcome to attend our CPR training classes. March 7, 2011 Troy BowmanNorth Hennepin Community College MN CPR Training Classes We have a large amount of nursing, dental, and EMT students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered course.   Please be assured that all nursing or dental programs in ...
  • White Bear Lake CPR Training Classes March 5, 2011 Troy BowmanWhite Bear Lake First Aid Training Classes  |  White Bear Lake AED Training Classes At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the ...
  • Apple Valley CPR Training Classes March 5, 2011 Troy BowmanApple Valley First Aid Training Classes  |  Apple Valley AED Training Classes At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom feeling ...
  • Avoid Swimming Pool Accidents March 3, 2011 Pamela ArsenaEven though most of the time spent at the pool will be fun and safe one most consider the risk of pool related injuries. Are you prepared to
  • Common Household Injuries and the Importance of First Aid March 2, 2011 Pamela ArsenaIn any given day there will be almost 62,000 injuries that result from an accident that occurred at home,
  • In-Pulse CPR is now offering CPR training classes at 10 metro locations in Minneapolis area March 2, 2011 Troy BowmanOnline PR News – 16-December-2009 – ,– In-Pulse CPR is now offering first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation classes at 10 locations in the Minneapolis and St Paul Minn…
  • Cough CPR March 1, 2011 Mollie BowmanCough CPR is referred to as a method of preventing a cardiac arrest if you are alone. I do not feel that “cough CPR” should be taught…
  • Rasmussen College students are welcome to our CPR Training Classes February 22, 2011 Troy BowmanRasmussen Collage CPR Training Classes At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom feeling confident in the skills they gained.  Our classes are fun too! Click here for Minnesota ...
  • Corporate CPR training needed February 20, 2011 Troy BowmanThere are three different types of certification courses available and the one that is right for you depend on your line of work.
  • American Heart CPR classes in Pasco County Florida February 19, 2011 Troy BowmanLocal American Heart CPR, AED, and First Aid classes in Tampa Florida area.  Class locations include: CPR class locations:  Zephyrhills, Wesley Chapel… Bayonet Point, Beacon Point, Dade City, Elfers, Gulf Harbors, Holiday, Hudson, Lacoochee, Land O’ Lakes, New Port Richey, Odessa, Port Richey, San Antonio, Shady Hills, St. Leo, Trinity, Wesley Chapel, Zephyrhills and others. View ...
  • American Heart CPR classes in Pinellas County Florida February 18, 2011 Troy BowmanLocal American Heart CPR, AED, and First Aid classes in Tampa Florida area. CPR class locations include:  Clearwater, Pinellas Park, Oldsmar… Bay Pines, Belleair, Belleair Beach, Belleair Bluffs, Belleair Shore, Boca Ciega, Clearwater, Crystal Beach, Dunedin, East Lake, Gulfport, Indian Rocks Beach, Indian Shores, Kenneth City, Largo, Madeira Beach, North Redington Beach, Oldsmar, ...
  • American Heart CPR classes in Hillsborough County Florida February 16, 2011 Troy BowmanLocal American Heart CPR, AED, and First Aid classes in Tampa Florida area.  Class locations include: CPR class locations:  Tampa, Brandon, Dover, Orient Park Apollo Beach, Balm, Bealsville, Bloomingdale, Brandon, Carrollwood Village, Dover, Gibsonton, Lithia, Lutz, Mango, Orient Park, Plant City, Riverview, Ruskin, Seffner, Sun City Center, Tampa, Temple Terrace, Thonotosassa, Valrico, Wimauma, ...
  • The ABC’s are changing to CAB’s January 17, 2011 Carin MangimeliThe American Heart Association recently changed the CPR guidelines to reflect five years of research indicating restarting blood circulation is more important…
  • Hennepin Technical College Students welcome to attend our CPR Training Classes January 4, 2011 Troy BowmanHennepin Technical College MN CPR Training Classes At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student ...
  • How to Tell if Your Baby is Choking January 1, 2011 Troy BowmanAs a baby starts to eat more solid food this becomes more and more of a possibility. This is complicated by the fact that some babies are more vocal than others which can make confusing for parents to know if their baby is really choking.
  • Minneapolis CPR classes needed for Healthcare workers September 20, 2010 Troy BowmanBasic Life Support (BLS for short) CPR training classes are needed by thousands of healthcare professionals (including nurses, dental workers, and other healthcare professionals) within the Minneapolis / St Paul area.   Now finding a public CPR class is easier than ever by visiting In-Pulse CPR s all new class calendar. Click here to View ...
  • Local calendar of American Heart CPR training classes in Harrisburg area September 16, 2010 Troy BowmanIn-Pulse CPR is offering local American Heart Association CPR training classes at multiple locations across the metro area including: Harrisburg, York, Hershey, Gettysburg, Lancaster and others. Visit our calendar now to view our local CPR training classes in central Pennsylvania The only class I have taken that I leave really feeling confident I could perform CPR. Our ...
  • Public Pennsylvania CPR training classes in York, Harrisburg, Gettysburg and Lancaster September 3, 2010 Troy BowmanVisit our calendar to select a class near you.  BLS Healthcare and non medical (layman) CPR training in a fun environment.  CPR classes that will not put you to sleep – guaranteed! Visit our calendar of upcoming classes **** Nursing CPR, Dental CPR, Healthcare CPR, Pennsylvania CPR, CPR training in PA, Daycare CPR, Childcare CPR, Babysitting CPR, ...
  • Can you get sick by performing CPR? July 29, 2010 Nupur AgarwalReal CPR is very different from classroom CPR. You come in contact with a lot of bodily fluids when actually performing CPR in a real life situation. To assuage the public’s fear, CPR training now incorporates personal protective gear
  • Camping Injury Concerns July 11, 2010 Nupur AgarwalBe sure to check your first aid kit annually and replenish any exhausted or outdated medicines and supplies. And don’t forget to always take a well-stocked first aid kit whenever you go camping.
  • University of Minnesota students are welcome to our CPR Training Classes July 9, 2010 Troy BowmanU of MN CPR Training Classes   We have a large amount of nursing, dental, and EMT students who take our classes over an equivalent college offered course.   Please be assured that all nursing or dental programs in the area will accept our program to fulfill your CPR requirements.   When signing up please select a BLS ...
  • Eden Prairie CPR Training Classes June 24, 2010 Troy BowmanEden Prairie First Aid Training Classes  |  Eden Prairie AED Training Classes At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom feeling ...
  • Anoka Ramsey Community College Students welcome to attend our CPR Training Classes June 24, 2010 Troy BowmanAnoka Ramsey Community College MN CPR Training Classes At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom feeling confident in the skills ...
  • Brooklyn Park CPR Training Classes June 23, 2010 Troy BowmanBrooklyn Park First Aid Training Classes  |  Brooklyn Park AED Training Classes At In-Pulse CPR we take pride in our quality of teaching. We use the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to provide for an interactive, experiential learning environment. We make sure that each student leaves the classroom feeling confident in the skills ...
  • Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens May 11, 2010 Carin MangimeliAccording to the AHA, these courses are for people that are required to receive the training due to state regulations. Frequently, these workers can reasonably anticipate coming into contact with blood or other biohazardous
  • LUCAS Device Helps Saves Lives March 10, 2010 Troy BowmanThere is a new device on the market that not only makes CPR more efficient but it also makes the lives of doctors and EMT’s much easier.