CPR and First Aid Training Dallas Texas

Course Outline

BLS – Basic Life Support (healthcare providers)

BLS course at Texas CPR

Chain of Survival
BLS for Adults
BLS Sequence
Compressions
Breathing (Using a pocket mask and BVM – Bag Valve Mask)
Adult 2-Rescuer
AED (Automated External Defibrillator)
Team Dynamics
BLS for Children
BLS Sequence
Compressions
Breathing (Using a pocket mask and BVM – Bag Valve Mask)
Child 2-Rescuer
AED (Automated External Defibrillator)
BLS for Infants
Compressions
Breaths (Using a BVM – Bag Valve Mask)
Infant 2-Rescuer

Automated External Defibrillator for Infants and children less than 8 years of age
CPR with an Advanced Airway
Rescue Breaths
Mouth-to-Mouth Breathing
Opioid-Associated Life-Threatening Emergencies
Choking for all ages

Test

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Heartsaver CPR/AED (non-healthcare providers)

Heartsaver CPR AED

Adult CPR AED
Scene Safety and Assessment
Chest Compressions
Giving Breaths (Mouth-to-Mouth)
Giving Breaths (With a Mask)
Use an AED
Putting It All Together
Help From Others
Adult CPR AED Summary
Naloxone
Adult Choking
Course Conclusion

Child CPR AED
Scene Safety and Assessment
Chest Compressions
Giving Breaths (Mouth-to-Mouth)
Giving Breaths (With a Mask)
Use an AED
Putting It All Together
Help From Others
Child CPR AED Summary
Child Choking
Course Conclusion

Infant CPR
Scene Safety and Assessment
Chest Compressions
Giving Breaths (Mouth-To-Mouth)
Giving Breaths (With A Mask)
Putting It All Together
Infant CPR Summary
Infant Choking
Course Conclusion

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Heartsaver Adult First Aid 

Heartsaver First Aid CPR
Duties, Roles, and Responsibilities of First Aid Rescuers
Your Role in the EMS System
Deciding to Provide First Aid
Asking to Give First Aid
Maintaining the First Aid Kit
Good Samaritan Laws
Key Steps of First Aid
Questions for Assessing the Scene
When to Phone for Help
How to Phone for Help
Who Should Phone for Help
Follow The Dispatcher’s Instructions
Personal Protective Equipment
Actions for Universal Precautions
Actions for Exposure to Blood
Actions for Removing Protective Gloves
Good Hygiene and Washing Hands
Actions for Finding the Problem
Moving and Ill or Injured Person
Protecting the Persons Privacy

Medical Emergencies
   Breathing Problems
Actions for Assembling and Using Inhalers
Actions for Helping Someone With Breathing Problems
   The Choking Sign
   How to Help Someone With a Severe Airway Block
   How to Help a Choking Pregnant Woman or Large Adult or Child
   How to Help When a choking Person Becomes Unresponsive
   Allergic Reactions
Mild vs Severe Allergic Reaction
How to Use an Epinephrine Pen
Difference Between Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest
Fainting
Diabetes and Low Blood Sugar
Stroke
Seizure

Injury Emergencies
Bleeding
Tourniquets
Wounds
Nosebleeds
Tooth Injury
Eye Injury
Penetrating or Puncturing Injury
Amputation
Internal Bleeding
Head, Neck and Spinal Injuries
Broken Bones and Sprains
Actions to Apply a Splint
Burns and Electrical Injuries

Environmental Emergencies
   Bites and Stings
Snake Bites
Bee Stings
Spider and Scorpion
Heat Related Emergencies
Heat Cramps
Heat Exhaustion
Heat Stroke
Cold Related Emergencies
Frostbite
Hypothermia
Poison Emergencies

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Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid

Heartsaver Pediatric CPR and First Aid
Duties, Roles, and Responsibilities of the First Aid Rescuer
Your Role as a First Aid Rescuer
First Aid Action Plans
Confidentiality
Good Samaritan Laws
4 Key Steps of Pediatric First Aid
Phoning for Help
Universal Precautions
Exposure to Blood or Other Body Fluids
Removing Gloves
Washing Hands
How Children Act When Something is Wrong
Interacting With an Ill or Injured Child
Know When to Phone 911
Finding the Problem
What to Do If You Suspect Child Abuse

 Illnesses and Injuries
   External Bleeding
Dressing vs Bandage
When to Call 911
Bleeding Control
Use a Tourniquet
Shock
Internal Bleeding
Burns and Electrical Injuries
Allergic Reactions
Using an Epinephrine Pen
Asthma
Steps to Assemble and Use an Inhaler
Dehydration
Diabetes and Low Blood Sugar
Heat Related Emergencies
Heat Cramps
Heat Exhaustion
Heat Stroke
Cold Related Emergencies
Frostbite
Drowning
Amputations
Bites and Stings
Snakebites
Bee Stings, Insect, and Spider Bites
Tick Bites
Marine Bites and Stings
Broke Bones, Sprains, and Bruises
Splinting
Eye Injuries
Nose Bleeds
Fainting
Fever
Head, Neck, and Spinal Injuries
Concussion
Penetrating and Puncturing Injuries
Poison Emergencies
Seizure
Mouth and Cheek Injuries
Tooth Injuries
Splinters