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Part I: Recognition of Cardiac Arrest and Getting Help

The first part of our series focuses on the challenges faced during the recognition of cardiac arrest and the actions necessary to get immediate help. Cardiac Arrest in Disguise Both CPR training videos and Hollywood consistently make cardiac arrest appear

Cardiac Arrest Chain of Survival: Reinforcing the Links

Cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in the US and abroad.  It can happen to anyone, at any place, and any time regardless of gender, physical condition, or age.  People who experience cardiac arrest have only minutes for

American Heart Association Book Policy Information

Information in this article was current at time of posting.  Please refer to the American Heart Association Program Administration Manual section on Use of AHA Materials for up to date information. Use of American Heart Association Materials Each student must have the current appropriate course textbook readily available for use before, during, and after the course. Textbooks are designed for individual use and are an integral part

American Heart Association 2019 Instrumented Manikin Requirements

In August 2017, the American Heart Association (AHA) released an official directive to all Training Centers detailing a quality improvement for CPR training. This directive requires that all AHA instructors use manikins with instrumented feedback devices by January 31, 2019.

CPR Training Center Returns to Willimantic

Code One Training Solutions, an American Heart Association Training Center, is excited to announce their return to Willimantic, CT. Code One is dedicated to training first responders, nurses and citizens the skills they need to save lives. The Willimantic location

EMR versus EMT

What’s the difference between Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)? We are asked this question frequently.  While the titles are similar, EMTs undergo roughly double the training hours as their EMR counterparts. EMR (formerly known as Medical

AGD Members Eligible for CE Hours

Members of the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) receive Continuing Education (CE) hours when they complete American Heart Association (AHA) courses at Code One.  Hours for BLS Provider (CPR), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) courses

AED: A False Sense of Security

As the Health and Safety Manager of your workplace, you’ve finally completed the seemingly endless process of researching, budgeting, purchasing, and installing an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) on the wall of the break room.  You’ve arranged for a team of

ServSafe Practice Exams

ServSafe Manager Practice Test If you’re preparing for ServSafe Manager certification, you may be worried about the written exam that is required to complete this training.  Fortunately Code One has ServSafe Manager Practice Tests available which are free for you

South Carolina AED Liaison Requirement

Section 44-76 of the South Carolina Code of Laws sets standards for Automated External Defibrillator (AED) devices for owners of the devices.  This statute has many very important components related to the supervision, training, maintenance, testing, use and reporting requirements related

Does ServSafe meet DHEC requirements?

In 2014, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SC DHEC) updated its regulations to require at least one employee with the authority to direct and control food preparation and service to be a food protection manager who

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