Course Description:     
 
    ASHI Basic First Aid was created to help students develop basic first aid knowledge, skills and the confidence to respond. The program is an excellent choice for both the community and workplace setting, and
conforms to the 2015 AHA and ARC Guidelines Update for First Aid.
Course Outline:

• First Aid
• Recognizing an Emergency
• Deciding to Help
• Personal Safety
• Infectious Bloodborne Diseases
• Standard Precautions
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Consent
• Implied Consent
• Abandonment
• Good Samaritan Laws
• Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
• Emergency Action Plans
• Poison Help Line
• Emergency Moves
• Primary Assessment
• Recovery Position
• Compression-only CPR
• Choking
• Secondary Assessment*
• Control of Bleeding
• Tourniquets
• Hemostatic Dressings
• Using a Tourniquet*
• Using a Hemostatic Dressing*
• Internal Bleeding
• Shock
• Amputation*
• Impaled Objects*
• Open Chest Injury*
• Open Abdominal Injury*
• Spinal Injury
• Brain Injury
• Concussion
• Manual Spinal Motion Restriction
• Swollen, Painful, Deformed Limb
• Splinting*
• Using a Malleable Splint*
• Nosebleed
• Injured Tooth
• Thermal Burns
• Electrical Burns
• Chemical Burns
• Using a Gel-Soaked Burn Dressing*
• Fainting
• Stroke
• Hypoglycemia
• Seizure
• Breathing Difficulty
• Asthma and Inhalers
Making the Workplace
and Community Safer™
• Severe Allergic Reaction
• Using an Epinephrine Auto-Injector*
• Pain, Severe Pressure or Discomfort in Chest
• Severe Abdominal Pain*
• Ingested Poisoning
• Inhaled Poisoning
• Bites and Stings*
• Stinging Insects*
• Snakebites*
• Spider Bites*
• Tick Bites*
• Marine Animal Stings*
• Animal and Human Bites*
• Heat Exhaustion
• Heat Stroke
• Hypothermia
• Frostbite
• Emotional Considerations* 
Recognized certification period:
Up to 2 years
 
Successful completion (certification)
• Written evaluation: When not required by a regulatory agency, it is optional.
 
• Performance evaluation: All students must perform required skills competently without assistance.
Course Description:     
 
   This expert-level program helps keep healthcare professionals prepared and ready to respond as they encounter life-threatening emergencies, provide basic life support and respond to choking incidents. ASHI’s Basic Life Support, BLS for Healthcare Providers and Professional Rescuers conforms to the 2015 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC. It has been approved for training for Emergency Medical Services personnel and is accepted by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT).
     The program is also CAPCE approved and widely accepted in more than 150 healthcare-related occupations.
 
Course Outline:

• Sudden Cardiac Arrest
• Early Defibrillation
• Chain of Survival
• Secondary Cardiac Arrest
• Secondary Cardiac Arrest –
Children and Infants
• Secondary Cardiac Arrest –
Opioid Overdose
• Personal Safety
• Standard Precautions
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Calling for Help
• High-Performance CPR
• Chest Compressions
• Rescue Breaths – CPR Mask
• Rescue Breaths – Bag-Mask
Making the Workplace
and Community Safer™
• Automated External Defibrillation
• BLS Assessment
• Recovery Position
• Caring for Respiratory Arrest
• Caring for Cardiac Arrest
• Multiple Provider Approach to CPR
• Choking
 
Recognized certification period
• Up to 2 years

 
Successful completion (certification)
• Written evaluation: Successful completion requires a correct score of 70% or better
• Performance evaluation: All students must perform required skills competently without assistance.
Course Description:     
 
   ASHI CPR and AED is designed specifically for laypeople and is an excellent choice for both the community and workplace setting. This extremely flexible program will help prepare people to respond to a cardiac arrest and choking. This program conforms to the 2015 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC.
Course Outline:

• Oxygen and the Human Body
• Sudden Cardiac Arrest
• Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
• Early Defibrillation
• Chain of Survival
• Secondary Cardiac Arrest
• Opioid Overdose
• CPR and AED Provider
• Recognizing an Emergency
• Deciding to Help
• Personal Safety
• Infectious Bloodborne Diseases
• Standard Precautions
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Legal Considerations — Consent,
Implied Consent, Abandonment
and Good Samaritan Laws
• Calling for Help
• Chest Compressions
• Rescue Breaths — Establishing an
Airway, Using a CPR Mask, Using
an Overlay Shield
• Recovery Position
• Caring for Cardiac Arrest
• Multiple Provider Approach to CPR
• High-Performance CPR* Making the Workplace and Community Safer™
• Integrating LOOP*
• Administration of Naloxone with
Prefilled Syringe*, Narcan Nasal
Spray* or Evzio Auto-Injector*
• Automated External Defibrillation
• Choking — Mild Obstruction, Severe Obstruction
• Choking
• Emotional Considerations
Recognized certification period
Up to 2 years
 
Successful completion (certification)
 
• Written evaluation: When not required by a regulatory agency, it is optional.
 
• Performance evaluation: All students must perform required skills competently without assistance.

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