The American Heart Association estimates about 220,000 people die each year from sudden cardiac arrest. This equates to 600 people a day or 25 people per hour. These statistics make sudden cardiac arrest the most common cause of death in the United States today.
Interventions such as CPR and Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) greatly reduce death from a heart attack or sudden cardiac arrest. Almost anyone is able to perform CPR with training, and health organizations advocate the development of CPR skills throughout the general public. When administered properly CPR and AED can save lives. CPR is a practical skill and needs professional instruction followed up by regular practice on a resuscitation mannequin to gain and maintain full competency. Training should be repeated at the end of the two year certification period.
CPR4DOCTORS training class and tools (manikin) meet all OSHA guidelines as well as many other professionals and regulatory standards also follow the latest and updates of the American Heart Association (AHA).
Why choose CPR4DOCTORS?
- AHA approve training program and site
- Same day certification
- Onsite and Flexible to your schedule
- High quality educational service