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FAQ about Infant CPR

Posted by | Jun 28 | 2016
What is CPR? Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a lifesaving skill that can help keep a person who suffers cardiac arrest alive until advanced medical help arrives.  The administration of effective chest compression helps to circulate blood to the heart and vital organs, especially the brain. CPR can be given to seniors, adults, children as well as infants. What is an AED? The Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a device which is used to shock a person’s heart back to a ‘normal’ rhythm.  The use and availability of AED’s have become commonplace and they are highly effective when readily available.  For an adult, it is a priority to use an AED on the person within the… Read More
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Every woman has the right to give birth in whatever way she chooses but what are the options? The biggest benefits of attending prenatal classes come with the opportunity to explore these options together. You make informed decisions on what is right for you AND your baby. So what are the benefits? Confidence in Your Ability to Have a Positive Birth Experience Your birth experience will stay with you for years to come. Having a good instructor who provides current, well-researched information, empowers and respects you and your labor partner, will give you confidence in the ability to have a positive birth experience. Getting Informed and Knowing Your Options As your Certified Childbirth Educator we… Read More