Tag Archives: CPR

Compression Only CPR?

Some countries have adopted compression-only CPR as the main method taught to the public, while other countries including Canada have not. All our courses teach you 30 compressions and 2 breaths in a cycle. So why the difference? Aren’t we … Continue reading

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Does CPR actually help you survive?

Does having many people trained in CPR mean they actually do it?
If so, does it work? We’ll find out. Continue reading

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Canadian Law and First Aid

Now let’s start with the obligatory disclaimer thing. First, we’re based in B.C. and what we’re going to say relates to practices here – I’m told it’s different elsewhere. Also, remember that we’re first aid & safety instructors, not lawyers. … Continue reading

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Death – it’s not so sudden?

It’s our 100th Blog post! So let’s get back to basics and talk about CPR and preventing death. One of the advantages and disadvantages of working where I do, in a hospital, is that it brings death and dying much closer. Along … Continue reading

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