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Safety Series — Evacuations

This is part of a series of Safety related posts. If you have any questions or want more information go to www.cprnmore.com

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Stroke

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Why take a cpr clas?

REASONS TO TAKE A CPR CLASS IT’S EASY! CPR is just 5 simple steps. Anyone can learn it. IT’S FUN! We have a comfortable learning environment. YOU’LL LEARN TO SAVE THE LIFE OF A LOVED ONE! Most cardiac arrests happen at home. YOUR JOB REQUIRES IT! If you are working in a medical field or […]

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****1911 CPR****

Restoring Breathing Knowledge of resuscitation of the apparently drowned is an important part of the equipment of a first-class scout, and a great many lives could have been saved had it been more general. To be effective no time must be lost in getting the apparently drowned person out of the water and getting the […]

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7 signs of a heart attack

Go check out the 7 commonly ignored heart attack symtoms. Really good to know just in case. http://health.yahoo.net/articles/heart/photos/7-early-warning-signs-heart-attack#0

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CPR Story

Sometimes I find it hard to write. So I go seaching the internet for interesting info. I found this little bit. Sorry it is not mine but I think you will like it any ways. Thanks http://www.nyheartsaversofamerica.com/CPR_Story.html

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Vengeful teeth-pulling dentist story deemed a hoax

Let this be a reminder to you to not burn any bridges but also some jokes are just plain funny. Remember the tale of the jilted Polish dentist who pulled all the pearly whites from the mouth of her ex-boyfriend? Turns out the story has no teeth. The report that dentist Anna Mackowiak removed all […]

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When AED’s Fail…

This was taken from an article written on ABC’s website. Make sure to check your AED. When Ralph Polanec collapsed June 25 at his Washington, D.C., gym, staff members thought they could save him with a shock from their automated external defibrillator. But when they tried to turn it on, nothing happened. The device didn’t […]

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How long does CPR last???

I am often asked how long someone will have to perform CPR. Sometimes its only a few minutes. Sometimes its a lot longer. I found this article and decided to share. How long is the longest you had to do CPR? Minnesota man Howard Snitzer survived for an incredible 96 minutes without a pulse thanks […]

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CPR Success Stories

I like to show you some stories of CPR success stories. I got this from a website I found. www.cpr-ect.com If you have any stories please feel free to post them. CPR Save’s Man’s Life in Ross Two Marin mothers saved a San Francisco man’s life last weekend using CPR. Jennifer Ani of San Rafael […]

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