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What is the purpose of cpr?

With a half-million cardiac arrests each year, CPR increases the likelihood of surviving cardiac arrest, when the heart stops beating or beats too ineffectively to circulate blood to the brain and other vital organs. It’s not just for healthcare workers and emergency responders.



An automated external defibrillator, is a portable device that can analyze a person's heart rhythm and deliver an electric shock to help the heart reestablish an effective rhythm during sudden cardiac arrest. It is designed to be used by bystanders to save lives. 


First Aid

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, a life-saving technique used in emergencies to manually pump the chest and breathe for someone whose heart has stopped beating. It helps circulate oxygenated blood to vital organs.

First aid is the initial assistance or treatment given to someone who is injured or suddenly becomes ill before full medical treatment is available. It aims to preserve life, prevent the condition from worsening, and promote recovery.

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Public Spaces and Events

When people in public areas and events know CPR, it boosts public safety, ensuring someone is always there to help during emergencies.

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About Us

VidaPulse, is dedicated to offering vital Red Cross training services. Our primary focus revolves around community service, equipping individuals with the crucial skills necessary to confidently intervene and save lives in critical situations, prior to the arrival of advanced medical personnel. CPR/AED/First Aid proficiency is most important in enhancing public safety wherever you may find yourself. Aligned with OSHA regulations, these courses are designed to meet industry standards. It is strongly recommended by the American Red Cross that at least one member from each household and business be trained in CPR. Enroll today in our upcoming sessions to be prepared to respond to emergencies with confidence.


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