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New Mothers CPR Training

Congratulations on your new bundle of joy!! Learning CPR is one of the best decisions you can make.

  • 1 minutes
  • 55 US dollars
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

IMPORTANCE OF CPR TRAINING FOR NEW MOMS! Being a new parent can be both exciting and stressful for a new mother. But how a new mother responds in an emergency is critical. Ideally, a new mother should be able to react quickly and effectively in any emergency and inadvertently avoid placing her child’s life in danger. Across the United States, choking is a major problem among children across the United States. The American Heart Association (AHA) states over 90 percent of deaths due to foreign objects occur among children who are 5 years of age or younger, and 65 percent of these deaths take place among infants. If a child begins choking, how will the new mother respond? It is really dependent on the emergency training of the new parent. If the mother has received proper training she will know exactly what to do when her child begins choking. We all know that there is not a manual on being a new parent. However, new parents should always be prepared for the worst-case scenario. Many new mothers will take classes that provide insights into what to expect after a baby is born. While these classes often help new mothers plan ahead for life with a newborn; few new mom's enroll in training that teaches them how to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to children and infants. CPR training is a necessary pre-requisite for a new mother. To better understand the critical nature of knowing CPR, consider the following statistics from UNICEF: Approximately 20,000 children under the age of 5 years old, or 21 children per minute, die from preventable causes each year. On average, 11 million children die each year. The majority of child deaths globally, each year, could be prevented by low-tech, cost-effective measures. Participating in a CPR class usually only takes a few hours and the benefits of the class can last a lifetime. With CPR training, a new mother can gain the skills they need to administer life-saving assistance in many child, infant and adult emergencies. A CPR class will usually emphasizes three areas: Administration of CPR: Ensures students know how to perform CPR techniques on any individual, regardless of age. Use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED): Enables students to leverage an AED, a portable device that sends an electric shock to the heart to restore the normal heart rhythm.


Contact Details

424-265-0563

Lifelinetraining.line@gmail.com

Life Line CPR Training ( Inglewood), Centinela Avenue, Inglewood, CA, USA


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