It was a typical Saturday at LAX with passengers rushing between terminals and from gate to gate. Tony and Sharon Mejia of Bakersfield, California were no exception, as they were returning home from a business trip on the east coast late Saturday…
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Recently in the state of Ohio, a man who doctors had already declared medically deceased actually recovered, which shows up the fact that there is a distinct lack of understanding when it comes to knowing exactly when to stop CPR attempts.
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During your lifetime, there will not be many instances where you complete a task better the first time than you did on the second or third time of asking. This is only natural, as practice and repetition help us to complete a task more efficiently…
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One question that often comes up at first aid or CPR classes is the one that relates to the liability of the rescuer. It is not uncommon for bystanders to avoid getting involved in helping someone because they are concerned about being sued…
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Food poisoning is an acute gastroenteritis caused by the consumption of a food material or a drink, which contains the pathogenic microorganism or their toxins or poisonous chemicals. Food poisoning is common in hostels, hotels, communal feedings,…
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Who Invented CPR? AKA Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Before the 1950s, when a person suffered cardiac arrest, this generally meant death was imminent. But surgeon and medical innovator Peter Safar changed that with his development and…
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