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CPR
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
is a lifesaving technique useful in many
emergencies, including heart attack or
near drowning, in which someone's
breathing or heartbeat has stopped.
The American Heart Association
recommends that everyone —
untrained bystanders and medical
personnel alike — begin CPR with
chest compressions.

It's far better to do something than to
do nothing at all if you're fearful that
your knowledge or abilities aren't 100
percent complete. Remember, the
difference between your doing
something and doing nothing could be
someone's life.
CPR/AED
Individuals who do not work in the healthcare field but are
occupationally required to, or desire to, have CPR knowledge and
skills.
CPR Pro
This expert-level program helps keep healthcare professionals
prepared and ready to respond as they encounter life-threatening
emergencies, provide basic life support, and respond to choking
and other airway obstruction incidents. (equivalent to AHA BLS)
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