Learn Chest-Compression CPR

When a person experiences sudden cardiac arrest, the heart stops beating, often without warning. OHCA can happen anytime, anywhere, to anyone. Though the vast majority of patients die, early bystander chest compressions and early Automated External Defibrillation...

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Texas-CARES and CPR LifeLinks Academy

Texas-CARES & CPR LifeLinks Academy November 25: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Texas EMS Conference – Fort Worth Join an expert faculty group at this course and learn: How to join the expanding Cardiac Arrest Registry to Enhance Survival (CARES) How CARES can promote improved...

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EMS, Quality Improvement Programs

Quality Improvement (QI) is the intentional process of making system-level changes in clinical processes with a continuous reassessment to improve the delivery of a product. In Emergency Medical Services, this product is essentially the delivery of high-quality...

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Can’t Stop Compressing

EMS agencies across the country rose to the challenge, using 110-bpm songs to teach bystanders how to do CPR and maintain the ideal rate for chest compressions. From "Baby Shark" to the "Rocky" theme song, every music video offered potentially lifesaving information...

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