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AGENDA: 1st Time BLS Certification | St. Louis

By at June 27, 2011 | 2:35 pm | Print

1st Time BLS Certification St. Louis
Class Agenda

Introductions
Course Overview video and 2010 AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC Science Update

BLS/CPR For Adults 1 – Rescuer
Demonstration Video 1 – Rescuer
Live Demonstration
Practice 1 Rescuer chest compressions and opening of the airway

BLS/CPR For Adults 2 – Rescuer
How to use a bag mask video
Demonstration Video 2 – Rescuer
Practice
Defibrillation Video: AED introduction and use
Practice BLS/CPR For Adults 2 – Rescuer with an AED

Skills Testing
1- and 2-Rescuer Adult BLS With AED Skills Test

Child BLS/CPR Video

Infant BLS/CPR Video
Demonstrations
Practice 1 – Rescuer Infant BLS/CPR
Practice 2 – Rescuer Infant BLS/CPR
AED for infant/child video

Skills Testing
1- and 2-Rescuer Infant BLS Skills Test

Respiratory Arrest and Rescue Breathing
Without an advanced airway Adult and Child
With an advanced Airway – Bag-Mask

Choking Adult/Infant Video
Practice Infant choking responsive
Practice Infant choking unresponsive

Written Exam

 

*Class length is usually around 4 hours (varies slightly depending on class size).

 

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