American Heart Association

CPR Certification in MA

CPR Certification in MA

Obtaining a CPR Certification in Massachusetts has never been easier or more convenient. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Code One launched BEACON – an innovative program combining American Heart Association online training with an individual skills appointment using RQI 1 Stop® technology. BEACON (short for BE A CONfident Rescuer) enhances learner knowledge and skills …

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CPR Certification in Upstate New York

CPR Certification in Upstate NY

Obtaining a CPR Certification in Upstate New York has never been easier or more convenient. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Code One launched BEACON – an innovative program combining American Heart Association online training with an individual skills appointment using RQI 1 Stop® technology. BEACON (short for BE A CONfident Rescuer) enhances learner knowledge …

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CPR Certification in CT

CPR Certification in CT

Obtaining a CPR Certification in Connecticut has never been easier or more convenient. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Code One launched BEACON – an innovative program combining American Heart Association online training with an individual skills appointment using RQI 1 Stop® technology. BEACON (short for BE A CONfident Rescuer) enhances learner knowledge and skills …

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Connecticut Summer Camps - First Aid, CPR, and Medication Administration Requirements

Connecticut Summer Camps – First Aid, CPR, and Medication Administration Requirements

Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow so that means spring and summer are just around the corner! For Connecticut Summer Camp Directors, this also means that planning is well under way for another safe and successful year for the thousands of children that will be attending camp in just a few months. Connecticut’s Office of Early …

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Can Canadians take American Heart Association training

Can Canadians take American Heart Association training?

There are a number of circumstances that Canadian healthcare professionals would require American Heart Association (AHA) courses such as BLS/CPR, Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) or Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). For example, Canadian travel nurses who are preparing for an assignment in the United States or Canadian medical students who will be attending a …

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Transcutaneous Pacing

Transcutaneous Pacing

Background Transcutaneous pacing is a treatment option for symptomatic bradycardias unresponsive to Atropine or when Atropine is not immediately available.  Additional indications of transcutaneous pacing include symptomatic bradycardia, most commonly resulting from acute MI, sinus node dysfunction, and complete heart blocks. Pacing is also recommended for severely symptomatic patients, especially when the block is at …

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CPR Training and COVID-19 Safety

March 2022 Update: CPR Training and COVID-19 Safety

Updated March 14, 2022 Each passing day gets us one day closer to the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. At Code One, we are not letting our guard down. We continue to follow numerous precautions to keep you safe while attending our training programs. American Heart Association Training DURING COVID-19 Most Safe: BEACON by Code …

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