PulsePoint is a smartphone application to alert CPR-trained citizens of nearby cardiac arrest incidents and emergencies requiring CPR. The PulsePoint app works directly with computer-aided dispatch (CAD) 911 systems. When an incident requiring an AED or CPR is reported to 911, citizen users of the app and trained EMS professionals will simultaneously receive a notification …Read More about "PulsePoint Saves Lives"
High Quality CPR is the latest effort among 911 CPR providers to enhance the survivability of a cardiac arrest patient. It involves several key components to achieve success. Primarily, it focuses on compression quality and the return of ROSC (return of a carotid pulse) prior to transporting the patient. Transporting a patient prior to getting …Read More about "High Quality CPR"
The CPR changes for 2015 are based on numerous studies and research and represent the latest in cardiovascular science. The methods have not changed much from 2010, but are clarified to represent the best approach for successful resuscitation. I can certainly tell you from experience that these methods do work. One of the biggest factors …Read More about "CPR changes for 2015"
Prevent a Fire in Your Home Code 3 Training would like you to be prepared in the event of a fire in your home. We want you to prevent a fire in your home by taking a few easy steps. Here are some important things to consider as we approach the winter season: 1. Insure …Read More about "Prevent a fire in your home"