A Doctor uses CPR on his own Wife

CPR Save  Pennsylvania   This is the story of how a Pennsylvania Orthopedic Surgeon saved the life of his wife by performing the life-saving technique of CPR on her when she was in cardiac arrest until emergency technicians arrived and could resume support en route to the hospital.   After spending one Saturday afternoon watching […]

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CPR certification at over 13 classrooms across Pennsylvania

In-Pulse CPR Inc, An American Heart Training Center (TC) Offering CPR training in Greater Lehigh Valley, Harrisburg, Allentown, Philadelphia, more… 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 […]

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CPR certification at over 13 classrooms across Florida

In-Pulse CPR Inc, An American Heart Training Center (TC) Offering community classes in Tampa Bay, Ocala, Ft Myers, Orlando, more… 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 […]

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CPR certification at over 13 classrooms across Minnesota

In-Pulse CPR Inc, An American Heart Training Center (TC) Offering community certification classes in Twin Cities, St Cloud, Rochester, and more… 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 […]

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Philadelphia CPR Training on the Go

Each year, nearly 4 million Pennsylvanians use SEPTA, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transport Authority to get to their jobs, run errands, and explore all that this wonderful region has to offer. SEPTA uses rapid transit, buses, light rail, and other modes of transportation to get riders from Point A to Point B quickly and safely. You […]

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What Beat is your CPR Playing to?

Playlists Support the Use of CPR When hands-only CPR or traditional CPR is performed, 100 chest compressions are required per minute. This number coincides with many musical songs today, and therefore certain songs can support CPR efforts. Ironically, “Stayin’ Alive,” the disco song made popular by the Bee Gees matches this requirement. The song’s tune […]

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Young Rochester Boy Found Unresponsive at Bottom of Pool, Two peers credited in Saving.

This life-saving event happened in Rochester, Minnesota, when a quick responding 13-year old boy saved the life of another child who was drowning in the swimming pool they were both swimming in.   The lifesaving boy, Cody Runyan, stated he was swimming in the pool when he suddenly noticed there was a child just lying […]

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“The Heart suddenly stopped!” What parents need to know.

Everybody knows, when the heart stops beating, life ends. Sure? What if you were a bystander and knew how to give CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation)? Or, what if your own child suddenly went into sudden cardiac arrest? Daunting to think about it? You might think this is a rare event. Every year, approximately eight children out […]

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What is CPR? Philadelphia residents need to know.

CPR is a first aid method of response called “Cardiopulmonary resuscitation”.  This is a technique that is used in an attempt to rescue a person who has gone into cardiac arrest. CPR training is recommended by the American Heart Association and is something that everyone should learn how to do, even if you are not […]

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Pensacola Boat Sinks, Child Pulled from water Lifeless

This CPR save takes place in Pensacola, Florida.  This is the life saving story of how a Good Samaritan saved an Alabama woman’s infant child with the lifesaving techniques of CPR after the families boat sunk in the Pensacola Bay.   The Lassiter family was out for an afternoon of leisure and fun that turned […]

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CPR 101 – Common questions you might ask

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Common CPR questions   How do I know if the CPR is actually working?   While it is difficult to know if applying chest compressions are having an effect on a person’s pulse, you can take note of whether or not the victim’s chest is rising when you breathe into their mouth.   Can I […]

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Father and Daughter Saved

A 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 […]

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Weekly American Heart CPR training in St Petersburg area

In-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 […]

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An Intersection of Need and Know-how

Some 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 […]

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