Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Training
We all know about the actual incident of a distant family member, colleague, or friend who had a heart attack and died before reaching the hospital. Family members and colleagues wondered because the patient was healthy, was often exercising, and was very health conscious. Suddenly we hear about his sudden death after chest pain or discomfort in 5 to 10 minutes.
When dead patients are taken to the hospital after the complaint of chest pain and discomfort, doctors do say wish family members/colleagues could do CPR and know other medical management before bringing the patient to the hospital. Timely CPR would have helped save the heart attack patient’s life.
Do you know cardiac arrest (Heart attack) is 1st cause of death in the age group of 20-55? Due to lifestyle and various other reasons, sudden death due to cardiac arrest cases is increasing at a young age. Data reveals that post-COVID, sudden heart attack death has increased in the young age group.
During cardiac arrest, the heart stops beating, so the blood supply to the brain stops. The brain cells can survive for only 4 minutes without a blood supply. After 4 minutes, brain cells start dying, and the entire brain dies in 6-7 minutes, causing a person’s death.
As you know, one has only 4 minutes to save a life. Delayed CPR or inappropriate CPR is a cause of death or can be a cause of complications like a patient going into a coma or having a paralysis attack. For the recovery of such patients, costly treatment is required with a long-term hospital stay.
When a patient survives a coma or paralysis, the entire family suffers financial loss and psychological trauma. Business suffers a considerable loss due to prolonged abstinence of employees or searching for replacement due to the death of a key employee.
To prevent the loss of a key employee or family member, it is important to learn CPR. CPR is a critical life-saving procedure. Being CPR certified means knowing how to quickly and properly administer CPR. Rightly given CPR can mean life or death for someone in medical distress.
CPR is an acronym for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. CPR is critical in instances where a person’s heart stops beating or they stop breathing. Rapid chest compressions mimic the heart beating to encourage blood flow, which can help the victim until medical help is arranged.
Who can have sudden cardiac arrest?
- Family History
- High Blood Pressure
- High Cholesterol
- Lack of physical exercise
- Non-scientific exercise
What you learn:
- How to understand heart attack (cardiac arrest)?
- What Do I Do if I Have a Heart Attack?
- What Do I Do if my loved one or colleague has a Heart Attack?
- What is CPR, and how does it saves life
- Hands-on practice on how to do CPR
- When and How to use AED
- How to admit self or loved one in hospital
- Mock practice for preparedness
10 Benefits of Certified CPR Trained Person:
A certified CPR-trained person is a savior as he knows how to do CPR with the proper techniques within 4 minutes of cardiac arrest. Certified CPR trainers understand every second’s importance and learn how to use the AED. Having certified CPR-trained persons at home or office means everyone at home or office feels secure and safe.
Benefits of CPR:
- Saves Life
- Protects from brain death
- Prevents paralysis
- Promote early recovery
- Reduce psychological trauma
- Reduce hospital bill
Benefit to Organizations:
- Early resume to work
- Ensures business continuity
- Reduces the financial loss to organizations
- Key employee in the hospital or death impacts the entire business’s functioning
Assurance about retention of knowledge and prompt action in 2 minutes
- Efficacy measurement
- Corrective measures
Who should organize CPR Training
- Education Insitute
- Family group who has a history of heart attack death
We quickly spend money on junk foods, costly hotel bills, branded clothes, and expensive gifts for loved ones, but what if that loved one has to live without you, or you have to live without your loved one and vice versa. In today’s era, having good employees and retention significantly impact profits and future business. If that key employee dies suddenly without any handover or has to stay in hospital for months, in both cases business suffers vast loss.
Spending 3-4 hours for CPR training and a small amount for learning are intelligent people who love their family members and business who wants to ensure employee retention.
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