CPR - Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation - HLTAID001
When a person’s heart stops, we know as being in ‘cardiac arrest’. They are not responding to you and not breathing. What is CPR or Cardiopulmonary resuscitation? CPR is a combination of techniques, including breaths and chest compression's.
CPR is designed to pump the heart to get blood circulating and deliver oxygen to the brain. By providing CPR until professional help arrives it is found that CPR can stimulate the heart to start working again.
After much research it is now known that CPR Saves lives and by understanding and getting qualified in CPR, is well worth the undertaking for both individuals and workplaces.
Course Cost: $65 Course Duration: 2 Hours Days: Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday Times: 8.30 am or 4 pm SPECIAL SAVINGS for Saturday : $55.00 FULL 2017 LIST OF ALL COURSES AND DATES CLICK HERE
- FAB - First Aid Brisbane offer public courses North Brisbane in Clontarf & Redcliffe and South Brisbane in Wakerley.
- Our professional Trainers offer simple easy to follow CPR courses 7 times a week plenty for your to choose from. NO ONLINE OR FURTHER STUDY REQUIRED.
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CPR Save's Lives
First Aid Brisbane ensure that by completing this course it will give you confidence to help in a life-saving and adding an AED increases the person’s chances of survival if started soon after the heart has stopped beating.
If no CPR is performed, it only takes three to ten minutes for the person to become brain dead due to a lack of oxygen.
Using your CPR skills taught to you in your First Aid Course, you will understand the importance to help circulate the blood so it can provide oxygen to the body, and the brain and other organs stay alive while you wait for the ambulance.
There is usually enough oxygen still in the blood to keep the brain and other organs alive for a number of minutes, but it is not circulating unless someone does cardio pulmonary resusitation and giving them a chance of recovery.
Helping someone does not guarantee that the person will survive. We know helping someone does give that person a chance of survivial. Especially when otherwise there would have been none your help is a start to a possibility of survival.
Why should we use an AED - Automated External Defibrillator
Using an AED in conjunction with compressions of 30 compressions to 2 breaths will give increased chance at an opportunity of recovery. AED is included in your course as per mandatory requirements.
What do you do if you are not sure whether a person is in cardiac arrest or not?
Whatdo we do if a person does not require life saving help?
ARC guidleline and the national training standards state that if you are in doubt and By performing CPR, we are unlikely to cause harm to the person we are helping if they are not actually in cardiac arrest.
The basic steps are: DRSABCD D – Dangers? R – Response? S – Send for help A – Open airway B – Normal breathing C – Start CPR D – Attach defibrillator (AED)
The Australian Resuscitation guidelines state that you must update you Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation at least every 12 months.
CPR Course Assessment Methods
First aid Brisbane include Progressive assessment throughout your course. We include demonstration of practical skills and oral assessments relating to underpinning knowledge to assist you with your course.