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Local calendar of American Heart CPR training classes in Harrisburg area

In-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.
  • Troy Bowmanby Troy Bowman
  • Sep 16, 2010

Public Pennsylvania CPR training classes in York, Harrisburg, Gettysburg and Lancaster

Visit 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 –.
  • Troy Bowmanby Troy Bowman
  • Sep 03, 2010

Can you get sick by performing CPR?

Real 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.
  • Avatarby Nupur Agarwal
  • Jul 29, 2010

Camping Injury Concerns

Be sure to check your first aid kit annually and replenish any exhausted or outdated medicines and supplies.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.
  • Avatarby Nupur Agarwal
  • Jul 11, 2010

University of Minnesota students are welcome to our CPR Training Classes

U of MN CPR Training Classes
  • Troy Bowmanby Troy Bowman
  • Jul 09, 2010

Eden Prairie CPR Training Classes

Eden Prairie First Aid Training Classes  |  Eden Prairie AED Training Classes
  • Troy Bowmanby Troy Bowman
  • Jun 24, 2010

Anoka Ramsey Community College Students welcome to attend our CPR Training Classes

Anoka Ramsey Community College MN CPR Training Classes
  • Troy Bowmanby Troy Bowman
  • Jun 24, 2010

Brooklyn Park CPR Training Classes

Brooklyn Park First Aid Training Classes  |  Brooklyn Park AED Training Classes
  • Troy Bowmanby Troy Bowman
  • Jun 23, 2010

Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens

According 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.
  • Avatarby Carin Mangimeli
  • May 11, 2010

LUCAS Device Helps Saves Lives

There 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.
  • Troy Bowmanby Troy Bowman
  • Mar 10, 2010