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Healthcare Provider (BLS) Adult, Child and Infant CPR/AED & First Aid introduction.

Welcome to ProTrainings Healthcare Provider (BLS) Adult, Child and Infant CPR/AED & First Aid. Licensed paramedic and ProTrainings co-founder, Roy Shaw, will teach healthcare provider level training. The course is meant for those working in the medical field such as doctors, nurses, and first responders. The course follows the latest ECC/ILCOR AHA standardized guidelines, is completely JACHO compliant and is equivalent to the provider level American Heart Association course.

ProTrainings offers a variety of healthcare level courses such as:
Bloodborne pathogen: https://www.probloodborne.com
HIPAA: https://www.prohipaa.com/training
ACLS: https://www.proacls.com/
PALS: https://www.propals.io/training

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The Latest CPR and First Aid Updates

Approximately every five years, ECC/ILCOR publishes revisions and updates to its protocols for the CPR industry. ProTrainings co-founder and licensed paramedic, Roy Shaw, reviews the current updates and standards for CPR and First Aid.

For more videos like this or to get CPR Certified please visit https://www.procpr.org
ProTrainings offers a variety of courses such as:
Bloodborne pathogen: https://www.probloodborne.com

HIPAA: https://www.prohipaa.com/training
ACLS: https://www.proacls.com/
PALS: https://www.propals.io/training

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The Five Fears of Rescue

Most people are very reluctant to get involved in providing CPR and First Aid. The primary reason for this reluctance is fear. ProTrainings co-founder and licensed paramedic, Roy Shaw, will address the 5 common fears that rescuers face and provide practical solutions for handling them.

For more videos like this or to get CPR Certified please visit https://www.procpr.org

ProTrainings offers a variety of other courses such as:
Bloodborne pathogen: https://www.probloodborne.com
HIPAA: https://www.prohipaa.com/training
Sexual Harassment: https://www.protrainings.com/courses/7-sexual-harassment/topic

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How to Access EMS Through Technology

Technology has enhanced the way we can connect with Emergency Services. Explore how texting, cell phone calls (including locked phones), phone applications, VOIP and landlines can be used to reach Emergency Services.

For more videos like this or to get CPR Certified please visit https://www.procpr.org
ProTrainings offers a variety of other courses such as:
Bloodborne pathogen: https://www.probloodborne.com
HIPAA: https://www.prohipaa.com/training
Sexual Harassment: https://www.protrainings.com/courses/7-sexual-harassment/topic

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Heart Attacks

Recognize common symptoms of a heart attack which are sweating, difficulty breathing, chest pain, and nausea. In women, a common symptom is back pain. If you believe someone is having a heart attack, call 911 immediately. Give the patient 2-4 baby aspirin, if possible, and loosen any restrictive clothing.

For more videos like this or to get CPR Certified please visit https://www.procpr.org
ProTrainings offers a variety of other courses such as:
Bloodborne pathogen: https://www.probloodborne.com
HIPAA: https://www.prohipaa.com/training
Sexual Harassment: https://www.protrainings.com/courses/7-sexual-harassment/topic

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Stroke

A stroke occurs when blood flow has been obstructed to the brain. Checking for symptoms of a stroke can be done by using the acronym F.A.S.T. Facial droop, arm listing, slurred speech, and time when symptoms began. It is important to get medical treatment quickly to help the affected patient regain as much quality of life as possible.

For more videos like this or to get CPR Certified please visit https://www.procpr.org
ProTrainings offers a variety of other courses such as:
Bloodborne pathogen: https://www.probloodborne.com
HIPAA: https://www.prohipaa.com/training
Sexual Harassment: https://www.protrainings.com/courses/7-sexual-harassment/topic

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Universal Precautions (How to Reduce Your Risk)

Universal precautions for the general workplace would be used in case an employee needed to clean up blood or other potentially infectious material. Personal protection is the most important factor. The individual tasked with clean up should wear gloves, making sure to check for rips or holes before putting them on. A bleach solution of 1 part bleach 9 parts water should be used to clean any affected tool or area. Apply the solution to the  affected area using a rag or spray bottle, let sit for a bit and then wipe down. When finished wiping it down, throw the rag away.  Spray the affected area once again with the bleach solution and let it air dry. Once finished, remove gloves using glove to glove and then skin to skin contact wrapping the gloves into themselves to keep any contaminates contained. Do not flick or pop gloves. Then throw the gloves away. While not legally required, it’s a good idea to use a biohazard waste bag. When you are finished, wash your hands thoroughly.

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Handwashing

Hand washing is the most important infection control technique. After removing personal protective equipment, always properly wash your hands with soap and water also take care to sanitize any jewelry. If soap and water are unavailable use an alcohol based hand sanitizer that is at least 60% alcohol. Be sure to wash all parts of your hands for at least 20 seconds. Once finished, use a towel to turn off the faucet.

HIPAA: https://www.prohipaa.com/training
Sexual Harassment: https://www.protrainings.com/courses/7-sexual-harassment/topic

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Adult Rescue Breathing

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If we encounter someone who is unresponsive and is not breathing normally but has a pulse, rescue breathing should be performed. In rescue breathing, the rescuer is basically breathing for the person, helping to prevent brain damage and death in the patient. Rescue breaths should be given at a rate of one breath every five seconds for an adult. After two minutes, check for a pulse. If there is no pulse present, begin CPR on this patient.

For more videos like this or to get CPR Certified please visit https://www.procpr.org
ProTrainings offers a variety of other courses such as:
Bloodborne pathogen: https://www.probloodborne.com
HIPAA: https://www.prohipaa.com/training
Sexual Harassment: https://www.protrainings.com/courses/7-sexual-harassment/topic

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Adult Rescue Breathing Practice

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Child Rescue Breathing

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A patient is considered to be a child between the age of one to the first signs of puberty (approximately 12-14 years of age). If the child is unresponsive and not breathing normally but has a pulse, rescue breathing should be performed at a rate of one breath every three seconds. After two minutes, check for a pulse. If there is no pulse present, begin CPR on this patient.

For more videos like this or to get CPR Certified please visit https://www.procpr.org

ProTrainings offers a variety of other courses such as:

Bloodborne pathogen: https://www.probloodborne.com
HIPAA: https://www.prohipaa.com/training
Sexual Harassment: https://www.protrainings.com/courses/7-sexual-harassment/topic

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Child Rescue Breathing Practice

http://advanced.profirstaid.com

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Infant Rescue Breathing

http://advanced.profirstaid.com

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Infant Rescue Breathing Practice

http://advanced.profirstaid.com

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Opioid Overdose

http://www.ProFirstAid.com

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Agonal Respiration (Not Breathing Normally)

http://basic.profirstaid.com

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Adult CPR

http://advanced.profirstaid.com

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Adult CPR Practice

http://advanced.profirstaid.com

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Child CPR

http://advanced.profirstaid.com

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Child CPR Practice

http://advanced.profirstaid.com