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Seán Lyons Jun 14
Two very useful images: Using both your hands to perform isn’t always the right thing to do. Children & infants require less force. Same with defibrillators. The two pads need to be positioned differently to adults & some defibs will have child specific pads
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Concord Cpr 10h
You can save a child from choking
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CPR Party™ 14h
TOMORROW Did you know is one of the top 5 causes of accidental death for kids 1-14 worldwide? Make a difference on 6/21!
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CPR Party™ Jun 19
– If your child’s in the water, an adult should be within arms length. tips for parents click link
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CPR Party™ Jun 19
Did you know more kids drown in June than any other month? Be a superhero & support . Join and find a location to spread the word that
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CPR Party™ Jun 19
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CPR Party™ Jun 19
Research shows an 88% decrease in drowning risk for kids 1-4 who take formal lessons. Follow & today & make a difference in the lives of kids in your community!
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CPR Party™ Jun 19
On June 21st, expects 45,000 participants at hundreds of locations worldwide! Join and find a location near you to be a superhero in your community!
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CPR Party™ Jun 18
- Happy to have you in our community :) You are highly valued to our cause! Together we are stronger than we are apart
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WaterfordAmb Jun 18
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Deanna Martinez Jun 16
Bring donation to class & take $5 off your Certification! For a list of accepted items visit
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Simon Wong Jun 16
Fantastic effort Another example of why early CPR is so important & shows here that it can save lifes when is given as soon as possible in a cardiac arrest.
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Health Street Jun 15
Why should you ? -> On average, 400,000 people die from sudden cardiac arrest each year in the US. Performing early increases the victim’s chance of survival by 40% -- it can save a life!
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Trio Safety CPR+AED Jun 15
"CPR is a potentially life-saving technique that helps maintain blood circulation when someone's heart stops beating."
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Montco DPS Jun 15
We ❤ and ALL the students who increased the database of publicly-located AEDs across . There are more out there! Download the app today and let's keep saving lives.
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First aid Jun 15
High quality chest compressions save lives! 💪
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Nick Aitken Jun 14
This is Brad, our youngest CPR Demonstrator, 15!! Would you like show people how to ? & join the ❤️team!!
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Marion Leary Jun 13
Here is the champion learning to save a life at our training over the weekend! Had I known he was going to be there, I'd have made myself available for that training 😉
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