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Approximately a 3 hour comprehensive course designed to teach members of the general public correct CPR techniques for use on adults, children and infants.  The course also includes the use of an AED (automated external defibrillator) as an important part of the CPR sequence for adults, children and infants.  Students learn how to relieve choking in a responsive or unresponsive adult, child and infant, and how to use a barrier device to prevent contamination during rescue breathing.  This course satisfies the CPR requirement for childcare providers in the State of Maryland.  Upon successful completion of the course, students receive a certification card valid for two years.


Un curso comprensivo de 3 horas diseñada para enseñar a los miembros del público general la técnica corecta de RCP/CPR para los adultos, niños, y infantes. Tambien el curso cubre el uso del DEA (Desfibrilador Externo Automático) como una parte importante de la secuencia para los adultos, niños, y infantes y cómo utilizar una barrera protective para prevenir la contaminación durante respiración por boca a boca y también como aliviar asfixia.  Este curso cumple los requisitos para Los Proveedores de Cuidado de Niños para el Estado de Maryland. A finalizar el curso, los estudiantes reciben una tarjeta de certificación válida para dos años.

CPR and AED Training


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