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Basic Life Support

Learn how to recognize adult and pediatric life-threatening emergencies, how to provide basic life support (BLS) and what to do in case of airway obstruction or choking. Basic Life Support has been approved for training for Emergency Medical Services personnel and accepted by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT).

Compressions on adult patients are done at a rate of at least 100 compressions per minute. The chest is compressed at least two inches on each compression.

High-quality compressions are a critical component of effective CPR. Always compress fast and deep and allow the chest to rebound to its normal position at the top of each compression.

Blood pressure is created and maintained with well-performed compressions. If compressions stop, pressure is quickly lost and has to be built up again. Minimize any interruptions when doing compressions

 Who should take this course?

Basic Life Support (BLS)  is designed for individuals in the healthcare of professional rescuer field that are required to have a professional-level basic life support training.rs.

Continuing Education Hours (CEH) for EMS professionals are available for ASHI ALCS from Health & Safety Institute (HSI), a Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services (CECBEMS) Accredited Organization

Young Hearts Education's mission is to actively build confidence through knowledge in each student, utilizing the most current standards and guidelines.

Onsite training classes are Available.

(208) 991-2770

info@YoungHeartsEd.com

3350 Americana Terrace, Suite 310, Boise ID 83706

These programs conform to the 2015 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC, and the 2015 AHA and ARC Guidelines Update for First Aid.