Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Basics
This course is accepted by NCCAOM, approved by Florida (Bio Sciences), California (Category 1), Texas (4 Bio) and British Columbia.
Fulfills the NCCAOM 4PDA CPR requirement
Heart disease remains the main cause of death globally. This course will review the steps necessary for helping someone experiencing a sudden cardiac arrest. This course will discuss the procedures of CPR including checking the scene and the person in cardiac arrest, calling 911, evaluating and opening the airway, checking for breathing, performing CPR, etc. This course will also discuss the rate and depth of compression during CPR, the ratio of compressions to ventilations, and the differences between CPR for adults and children and infants. In addition, this course will present how to use an AED properly..
The CPR certificate is different from other distance courses for NCCAOM reporting. For information about the CPR certificate, please see the Certificate FAQ.
Note from NCCAOM: There may be some changes effective January 1, 2024 to the current CPR requirements and two (2) hours in-person of CPR may be added to the requirements.
CEU/PDA amount: 4
Texas CEs: 4 BioAdd to Cart