CPR Training Austin

Learn what to do when it matters the most! We provide hands-on training for all CPR certifications.

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If a person is unconscious but is breathing and has no other life-threatening conditions, they should be placed in the recovery position.

Putting someone in the recovery position will keep their airway clear and open. It also ensures that any vomit or fluid won't cause them to choke.


Would you know what normal breathing looked like in a victim?
Open the airway and quickly check for breathing and a pulse.
Normal (effective) breathing is regular, quiet and effortless. Isolated
or infrequent gasping in the absence of other breathing in an
unconscious victim may be agonal gasps, which can occur after the
heart has stopped beating. Agonal gasps are not breathing. Care for
the victim as though he or she is not breathing at all.


What would be the first steps to take if you found someone collapsed on the ground?
Approach the scene only if it is safe
Check for responsiveness and, if the victim is conscious, obtain consent.
If no response, summon more advanced medical personnel.
Check for breathing and pulse

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What are the symptoms of cardiac arrest?
Shortness of breath.
Chest pain.
Heart palpitations (fast or pounding heart beat)
Loss of consciousness.


The 6 links in the adult out-of-hospital Chain of Survival are:

Recognition of cardiac arrest and activation of the emergency response system
Early cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) with an emphasis on chest compressions
Rapid defibrillation
Advanced resuscitation by Emergency Medical Services and other healthcare providers
Post-cardiac arrest care
Recovery (including additional treatment, observation, rehabilitation, and psychological support)


While some states’ laws only dictate when an individual may act as a Good Samaritan, other states also have laws protecting Good Samaritans from negligence claims if they act in good faith. The Texas Good Samaritan Act covers both. The law states:

“A person who in good faith administers emergency care at the scene of an emergency or in a hospital is not liable in civil damages for an act performed during the emergency unless the act is willfully or wantonly negligent.”

It’s vital for people who act as Good Samaritans to understand that this law only protects them if they act in good faith, or solely out of concern for another human being’s safety and not for reward or any other motivation. The Texas Good Samaritan Act clearly states the law does not protect individuals who seek payment for the emergency aid they render to others, people present during an emergency situation who were there for business purposes or to sell a service, or “an admitting physician or treating physician associated by the admitting physician of a patient bringing a health-care liability claim.”


Diabetic Emergency would you know what to do?
Give them something sweet to eat or a non-diet drink.

If someone has a diabetic emergency, their blood sugar levels can become too low. This can make them collapse. Giving them something sugary will help raise their blood sugar levels and improve their bodily function. Avoid giving them a diet drink, as it won’t have any sugar in it and will not help them.


Signs CPR Might Be Needed:

Sudden Collapse: Check for breathing and a pulse.
Unconsciousness: Try to wake the person. If unsuccessful, check for breathing and pulse.
Breathing Problems: No breathing or limited breathing may call for CPR.
No Pulse: If a pulse can’t be felt, the heart may have stopped.
Electrocution Injuries: If you witness an electrical injury. Do not touch the victim. Try to kill the power source or remove the victim from the electrical contact, but be sure to use something that doesn’t conduct electricity, like a wooden broom or stick.
Drowning, Drugs, Exposure to Smoke or Inhalants: Check for breathing and a pulse. Injuries of this nature might call for a combination of rescue breathing and chest compressions.


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It’s one of the biggest fears laypeople have about delivering CPR—what if you actually do more damage to the patient than good? What if you break a rib? It does happen—and more often than you’d think


Heimlich procedure on an obese person start with chest thrusts


Heimlich for pregnant people perform chest thrusts until the object becomes dislodged


Would you know what to look for if someone was having an allergic reaction related to food? Come take one of our first aid/CPR courses to get certified


First aid tips for cuts/wounds. Would you know when you need to go to the doctor?
Any signs of infection (redness, tenderness, drainage, warm to the touch, increased pain)
Large/deep wounds that will not stop bleeding even with increased pressure application
Bites (could cause infection later on should be evaluated)


Would you know what to do if someone was having a seizure?
Always stay with the person, maintain their safety remove anything that would harm them, place the person in recovery position, never place objects in their mouth it’s physically impossible to swallow your tongue


Do you know how to place someone in the recovery position? This helps keep the airway open and prevents the tongue from obstructing the airway. ❤️❤️❤️


Compressions on a pregnant woman hand placement is a little higher above the belly to deliver effective compressions.


Push fast & hard to initiate CPR ❤️


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Schedule Your CPR Certification Appointment | CPR Training Austin 01/28/2023

Free community CPR course at our office in East Austin 78722

Feb 1st at 6pm

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Schedule Your CPR Certification Appointment | CPR Training Austin BLS, ACLS, PALS, & CPR certification in Austin, TX. Schedule your appointment online. Group discounts and onsite training available! Call us at (512) 200-2327.

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