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What Is CPR and Why Should I Learn It at Palm Desert Resuscitation Education (PDRE)?

 

It’s literally either a life-or-death situation that could save someone you love.

You can help save a life by performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation or cpr to a person without a pulse or is not breathing since it is more common than you think with over a half-million cardiac arrests each year.

You do not have to be a healthcare worker or an emergency responder but by just being a good Samaritan or a bystander, then you can actually perform CPR to double or triple the chance of survival after cardiac arrest.

PDRE helps train you carefully, successfully and assertively, so you’re equipped for the period that matter the most.

 

CPR Training

 

Palm Desert Resuscitation Education CPR classes are unique, individualized for targeted learning, evidenced-based, relaxed and enjoyable in every sense of the word for the way you live, and learn. With a myriad of selections available on most weekdays and weekends, plus online, instructor-led and blended learning course formats that engaged your overall didactic and psychomotor skills, you can get the highest quality CPR training you need on your own time, schedule and preferred learning environment. From one-of-a-kind and personalized learning to immersive and stimulating interactive scenarios to honest and focused peer-to-peer learning and instructor-based hands-on skills practice, our first-rated and world-class instruction will give you the necessary skills and utmost confidence to truly perform this life-saving procedure when it’s needed the most, especially in times of an emergency when you least expect it.

 

Performing CPR

 

Once you sign up for our excellent, educational and fun certification classes, courses, seminars and continuing education, we will thoroughly and systematically teach you how to treat both pediatric and adult populations as it relates to the proper methods and standard procedures for CPR. This is the chief and vital reason for you to keep up with your up-to-date guidelines and recommendations for CPR and practice them regularly, ideally at least every 2 years to help prevent or mitigate loss of these critical life-saving skills.

 

We offer group-based, private and mobile in-person and online refresher and initial curriculum with in depth and current materials that can support and sustain your retention in the knowledge and psychomotor abilities and essential qualities you’ve gained through our PDRE programs.

 

Moreover, we also enrich you with your own access to relevant textbooks, a multitude of resources and a printable list of the basic steps for performing CPR so that you can keep the indispensable information you need at a moments notice.

 

Find a CPR Certification Class

 

Looking for CPR Classes, First Aid, BLS, ACLS, and PALS Certification and Recertification Courses in or around Palm Desert, California? You’re probably wondering why would you ever need to take a CPR class? Whether you’re in the medical field, who may need an AHA certification to work in the hospital, clinic, or other healthcare setting; you’re a personal trainer requiring an AHA certification to help physically transform your clients; you’re a lifeguard who might need to resuscitate someone who drowns in the swimming pool; parent who finds their child or infant unresponsive; you’re involved in an unfortunate motor vehicle accident and need to assist a person who is not breathing and/or do not have a pulse; you’re a Good Samaritan who just happens to be in a scene where a person has passed out; or you’re an individual who has no medical training or education whatsoever and want to help an individual you care about, you should know that every year there are approximately 383,000 out of hospital cardiac pulmonary arrest. That’s more than 1,000 a day! This fact alone is enough for anyone to understand that taking a CPR class is indispensable and desirable in any medical emergency that may or may not happen at all. However, with at least 1,000 people per day having a cardiac pulmonary arrest, there’s a small chance that your CPR training can make a significant difference.

 

You don’t have to be advanced healthcare provider to take an AHA course that teaches you how to call help right away, try to revive someone with chest compressions and/or ventilations and then use an automated external defibrillator (AED) to save someone’s life in cardiac pulmonary arrest. It’s as easy as 1-2-3!

Palm Desert Resuscitation offers CPR, First-Aid classes, BLS, ACLS, and PALS Certification and Recertification Courses, and more, and is among Southern California’s best and frontrunner in American Heart Association (AHA) classroom-based and online education, up-to-date news and information delivery.

We want to advance our mission of promoting healthier lives and assist in reducing the morbidity and mortality of cardiovascular diseases and stroke through evidenced-based learning and professional education as per the most current AHA guidelines and recommendations.

 

Staffed by a dedicated team of highly qualified professional educators and stellar personnel with diverse and experienced healthcare backgrounds, PDRE offers education and training in AHA courses and/or certification(s) for healthcare professionals, allied health professionals and other non-healthcare providers or novice laypersons.

 

 

How Long Does Help Arrive After You Call 911?

 

Did you actually know that it takes 7-10 minutes for the emergency medical services, paramedics, and/or first responders to come to an emergency situation after calling 911? This means that if someone is having a cardiac pulmonary arrest, his or her heart has stopped beating. It is only common sense that those 7-10 minutes are a critical time that requires you as a rescuer to pump the heart by giving prompt and high-quality chest compressions to prevent the victim from circling down the drain because of decreased cardiac output and organ perfusion. It’s all about blood flow during the first few minutes of cardiac pulmonary arrest…so start pumping the chest! Timing is key!

 

Please watch this video for full information: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDlcF1HQgz0

 

Where Do All of These Life Saving Facts Come From?

 

The American Heart Association (AHA) actually conducts more research than any other association in the United States except only for the United States government. The AHA is one of the most research-based and outcome-based organizations in the world and is, by far, one of the most reputable sources for long-term prevention and acute management of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Thus, as an AHA training site, PDRE is here to promote the most up-to-date AHA guidelines and recommendations to increase the survival rates of persons who have cardiopulmonary arrest and stroke. Because of the fact that the AHA changes their recommendations and guidelines every 5 years, PDRE is always cognizant of the newest updated life saving data and tries to incorporate these recommendations and guidelines in subsequent lectures.

 

How Do PDRE Instructors Teach the Courses?

 

Through PowerPoint presentations, video-based learning, practice while watching, and more practice sessions (as needed), the students will be immersed by the most enjoyable AHA course content at PDRE.

 

What Else Can I Expect When Taking First Aid, BLS, ACLS, and PALS

Certification and Recertification Courses?

 

The most important course objectives for the majority of our classes

 

include the following critical concepts: (1) recognizing cardiac arrest; (2) understanding the chain of survival; (3) how to give prompt and high-quality CPR; (4) delivering appropriate ventilations or rescue breathing; (5) and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED). You can also gain confidence in how to handle in-hospital and out-of-hospital emergency situations, increase knowledge by passing the AHA written test and psychomotor skills evaluation with 100% accuracy, and have appreciation for and become enthusiastic at saving a life!!!

 

 

 

PALM DESERT – Main Office

73700 Dinah Shore Drive, Suite 107,

Palm Desert, CA 92211

1-760-832-iCPR (4277)

PalmDesertCPR@gmail.com

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