Wednesday, December 28, 2011

CPR Vital to Surviving Sudden Cardiac Arrest, Get Your CPR Certification at American Healthcare Institute

When Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Strikes, Being Prepared is Critical. Everyone needs to be familiar with the latest American Heart Association latest CPR guidelines and be prepared for the situation

Woodbridge, NJ, December 29, 2011 - Every year 300,000 people in the United States alone experience out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest. Unfortunately, the experience will claim the lives of 92% of these victims. A victim's best chance is usually revival through bystander Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). Bystander CPR within the first 4 minutes can double or even triple a victims chances of survival, but less than one third of victims will receive the life saving procedure. That's why companies like the American Healthcare Institute offer Premium Online CPR certification programs both on and off the web.

 In a critical situation where someone's life hangs in the balance, the best chance for survival can be had by a clear understanding of the best CPR practices to date. CPR is going to help a victim's odds in all cases, but the most up to date information possible boosts the odds of survival still further.

That's why it's important to choose a training program like the Premium CPR Online Certification Program by the American Healthcare Institute. A Program written by American Heart Aassociation (AHA) trained US Board Certified Physicians to comply with the best standards set forth by organizations including the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, OSHA, U.S. Dept of Health Services. American Dental Association, U.S. Dept of Education and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) standards.

Their most up to date training program is currently their Premium Online CPR Certification Program, which was released October 24, 2011. Their CPR certification program, like all their lifesaving programs, are developed by a team of U.S. Board certified and licensed physicians who work to make sure every program imparts the skills users need to save lives. The number of victims of out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest could be reduced by over 50% if all victims were attended to by a properly trained bystander within the first 4 minutes.

A leading provider of online CPR, First Aid and BLS certification, the American Healthcare Institute develops their lifesaving courses through rigorous study and testing to insure that clients receive the highest quality learning experience and most useful training possible. They work hard to keep all programs compliant with all current guidelines set forth by the American Heart Association, Red Cross, ILCOR and others. The procedures clients learn in programs from organizations like the American Healthcare Institute save lives.

About American Healthcare Institute:
American Healthcare Institute is specializes is providing state of the art CPR and First Aid training. All certification programs at American Healthcare Institute follows the American Heart Association suggested training guidelines and strictly adhere to the latest ILCOR/ECC guidelines. American Healthcare Institute has certified professionals across the United States. The course are designed to meet the needs and demands of busy professionals.

If you'd like to know more, or schedule an interview reach out to Nancy Grace.

Nancy Grace
American Healthcare Institute
P.O. Box 1163
Woodbridge, NJ 07095
(888) 868-5666