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SureFire CPR Announces Important CPR Facts for 2013

June 4, 2013

For those in the Southern California area, SureFire CPR is leading the way in training. Their expert instructors provide the direction needed to obtain vital skills that are needed to perform cardiac pulmonary resuscitation correctly.

Orange County, CA (PRWEB) June 04, 2013

“SureFire CPR is committed to providing the very best in certification training classes in Orange County,” says a company representative. “We want our students to feel comfortable and to be able to perform the steps of CPR confidently. We are proud to offer some of the best CPR instructors in the country, giving our students the expert knowledge that they need!”

SureFire CPR is pushing the limits of CPR training in Orange County

There are many avenues that one can take to achieve their training, though all of these methods are not created equal. CPR certification and training is a vital skill for those who work in the healthcare industry, and even the average citizen. These courses allow individuals and professionals to learn the steps of CPR, no matter whether they are a medical professional or a concerned citizen.

For those in the Southern California area, SureFire CPR is leading the way in training. Their expert instructors provide the direction needed to obtain vital skills that are needed to perform cardiac pulmonary resuscitation correctly.

Why Learn CPR?

Cardiac arrests are one of the most common killers. They happen way more than you might think and can happen to anyone. Studies have shown that around 383,000 sudden cardiac arrests occur each year. The vast majority, at 88 percent, occur at home. Cardiac arrest is known as the “silent killer” because the victims often do not have any outward signs that they are ill. It can happen without any warning at all. Through both cardiac arrest and heart attacks, many needlessly die each and every day. Unfortunately, many people confuse cardiac arrest with heart attacks.

So What’s the Difference?

Sudden cardiac arrest occurs because the electrical impulses in the heart become too rapid or out of synch. This causes the heart to suddenly stop and can lead to death, if intervention does not occur.

With a heart attack, the blood supply to a portion of the heart becomes blocked. Though these conditions are different, a heart attack can lead to cardiac arrest.

Who Can be Saved with CPR?

Imagine being faced with a loved one who is experiencing sudden cardiac arrest. By learning the skills of CPR, the life that a person may save will most likely be someone they love and care about.

  •     Most cardiac arrests happen at home —as many as four out of five!
  •     Deaths occur when the correct response is not given in a cardiac emergency.
  •     CPR that is provided right after a cardiac arrest can double or even triple the chances for the victim’s survival. Unfortunately, only about 32 percent of cardiac arrest victims receive this life-saving treatment.

Why Train at SureFire CPR?

Last year alone, SureFire CPR’ trained over 6,000 people. SureFire CPR works with people from all walks of life and all careers. SureFire CPR basic classes are completed in one day and the typical class lasts around four hours. Providing the real-life learning environment that helps students to master the skills of CPR, SureFire CPR offers a classroom experience that makes them feel comfortable.

SureFire CPR strives to make the training experience as easy, fun, and enjoyable as possible. Through the combination of state of the art equipment, expert instructors, and friendly and helpful staff, SureFire CPR makes sure that students leave facilities with the confidence and skills that they need to effectively save lives.

Enroll online at http://www.surefirecpr.com. Contact us by phone at: 1-888-277-3143.

About SureFire CPR

SureFire CPR is one of the leading CPR and First Aid training facilities in the industry. Serving Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego, Corona, Riverside, San Benardino, and the greater Southern California area, they are able to provide training to thousands of people each year. With classes in CPR, ACLS, PALS, PEARS, NRP, BLS, AED, and First Aid, they are a training facility that you can rely on for all of your medical training needs.

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