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Advanced Simulation Technologies Benefiting Military Medics | WorldPoint

Advanced Simulation Technologies Benefit Military Medics, Save Lives in Combat, and Open Doors for Film and Game Creators Advanced simulation technologies are becoming the hottest production medium outside the film and gaming industries. Therefore, job opportunities are growing for designers, 3D modelers, programmers, scripters, and others who bring realism to interactive products. They are producing […] ... Read More

Which First Aid Kit is Right for You? | WorldPoint

Which First Aid Kit is Right for You? WorldPoint Experts Talk Options Are you investing in a first aid kit? If so, you are probably wondering which first aid kit is right for you. You are not the first to struggle with this decision, say the CPR and first aid training experts at WorldPoint. There […] ... Read More

AED Training Critical as Required AED Deployment Grows | WorldPoint

AED Training Critical as States Require Broader Deployment of AEDs AED training and guidelines are a critical aspect of the multi-faceted approach the American Heart Association is taking to meet the demands of the increasing numbers of people training to save lives using AEDs, or automated external defibrillators. As of September 2017, 39 states passed […] ... Read More

ECG Simulator Training and Practice Benefits Healthcare Practitioners

ECG simulator practice saves lives. Ask Gary Logan, a writer for Johns Hopkins Medicine News & Publications. In May 2017, Logan published a story about a pediatric resident that resuscitated a critically ill, 10-day-old neonate, a situation the resident had not previously encountered at the community hospital where he was assigned. His work with the […] ... Read More

CAE Healthcare Making Ventilators

WATCH VIDEO ON LINKEDIN “At #CAE, we always say that #innovation is in our DNA. With the covid-19 crisis impacting everybody’s life, a CAE team has sprung into action to create a ventilator. We have tested it on our healthcare simulation mannequin. We are ready to collaborate with other companies to secure the sourcing of […] ... Read More

(CNN) CPR has improved, here’s what to do (and sing) to save a life

By Sandee LaMotte, CNNUpdated 4:34 AM ET, Mon March 9, 2020Source Article (CNN) It only takes two hands to save a life. Your two hands, pushing strongly on the chest bone in a regular beat, can take the place of a heart that has stopped. In essence, you become the heart, pumping valuable oxygen-rich blood […] ... Read More

AHA SCIENTIFIC STATEMENT: Sudden Cardiac Arrest Survivorship

A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association Download the statement here. DALLAS, Feb. 12, 2020 — More people are surviving sudden cardiac arrest thanks to improved systems of care during and until hospital discharge. However, systems of care after hospital discharge, when many sudden cardiac arrest survivors are known to suffer from physical, cognitive […] ... Read More

Student performs CPR on man, saving his life at Prairie Ridge High School in Crystal Lake

By Sam Borcia | January 24, 2020 5:48 PMLAKE & MCHENRY COUNTY SCANNER A junior at Prairie Ridge High School in Crystal Lake is being recognized after she successfully performed CPR on a man and saved his life, officials said. Calista Pollack, a junior at Prairie Ridge High School, relied on her CPR training from health class […] ... Read More

New app alerts CPR-trained users to those in need

By Dave McDanielSource: WESH 2 SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — A new cellphone app is connecting those trained in CPR to people in need of assistance. A Central Florida man said he’s alive today because of a miracle. “It is miraculous. From what they say, 8 percent survive that, so obviously, a miracle is involved,” Chris […] ... Read More

Lightning strike survivor inspires CPR class at clinic where his heart stopped beating

Author: Matt DoughertySource: KHOU 11Published: 10:53 PM CDT October 22, 2019 HOUSTON — The north Houston lightning strike survivor saved by CPR is learning the life-saving skill that saved himself. Dozens of people showed up to be trained at the vet clinic where the emergency occurred earlier this month. When Alex Coreas was walking his […] ... Read More

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