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The 2010 AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC
Compressions - Airway - Breathing
A new order for CPR, spelled C-A-B
DALLAS, Oct. 18, 2010 — The American Heart Association is re-arranging the ABCs of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in its 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care, published in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association.
Recommending that chest compressions be the first step for lay and professional rescuers to revive victims of sudden cardiac arrest, the association said the A-B-Cs (Airway-Breathing-Compressions) of CPR should now be changed to C-A-B (Compressions-Airway-Breathing).
CHEERS is the first American Heart Association (AHA)
International Training Center in the Philippines and authorized
to conduct CPR and ECC Courses for Healthcare providers in the Philippines.
When Lives Are at Stake… Quality Training Makes the Difference!
The American Heart Associations’ Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) programs are comprised of healthcare professionals at various levels ranging from local to regional, state and national. AHA continues to work towards improving the science and obtaining a better understanding of the various disease processes that all healthcare providers battle.
The American Heart Association is the recognized leader in resuscitation science and training. The ECC program also develops, publishes and disseminates the science of cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiovascular care and first aid internationally.
In coordination with various national organizations, the AHA publishes guidelines and scientific statements recognized as the international standard and help to meet the needs of the communities we serve.
The overwhelming strength of the American Heart Association’s training program is “quality.” This is achieved through our continued support of science and research in the field of emergency cardiovascular care.
Insist on quality training from the world leader in emergency cardiovascular care --
CHEERS Corporation, in its continuous commitment to offer updated guidelines on trainings, uses original training materials and handbooks. For the theoretical aspect, we use DVD instructional videos and Power Point Presentations through the use of laptop computer and DLP projector coupled with wireless presenter.
For the skills or practical aspect, we introduce to our participants a vital link in the New Chain of Survival, Early Defibrillation with the use of the state-of-the-art AED (Automated External Defibrillator).
We have a wide variety of AED Trainer units from renowned AED Manufactures from the US and Europe such as Primedic AED Trainer, Defibtech Lifeline AED Trainer, Physio Control LIFEPAK CR Plus, Philips Heartstart and Heartstart FR2, Heartsine Samaritan AED Trainer, Cardiac Science AED Trainer, Zoll AED Plus Trainer and Access AED Trainer. Our wide range of AED training units familiarize our participants of the different AED units they may encounter in the field.Each participant on our certified trainings is assured to have an actual hands-on experience with an AED Trainer unit.
Certain skills are not appropriate for student-to-student practice such as chest compressions (on CPR) and must be performed onCPR training manikins. Our Training manikins areLittle AnneandFamily Pack byLaerdal, CPR Prompt and the latestPrestan Professional Manikinswith Rate Monitor allows for instant feedback to both instructor and student regarding the rate of chest compression.For client on site CPR trainings, we use the ultra portable training manikin Actar D-fibseriesand the ultra portable, Mini Anne by Laerdal.