CPR – For New Parents
May 15, 2017 - Knowing how to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a comforting feeling and can be an extremely gratifying personal experience should you ever need to use it. That’s why CPR should always be a key component to any health care training program. Go to Abundant Life Nursing (abundantlifenursing.com) training programs for information on how to register for a CPR education training class.
This is especially true for new parents. Choking is the fourth-leading cause of death in infants. That’s because children are likely to put small objects in their mouths, for example grapes or candy. Abundant Life Nursing CPR training program uses a child-size mannequin to demonstrate how to perform every aspect of the technique, from how far back to tilt the child’s head to how hard to strike an infant's back if they're choking. “There is a slight difference when performing CPR on a child and that could be the difference in life and death,” said Patricia Allen, President, Abundant Life Nursing.
Know the facts, new parents, as well as others, should take a CPR training class, it’s like having insurance you hope you never need.
For more information on Abundant Life Nursing Training Classes go to their website at abundantlifenursing.com.
About Abundant Life Nursing & Supportive Services, LLC
Abundant Life Nursing offers a variety of home health care and treatment solutions to patients throughout Lake, Sumter, Marion and Orange Counties, Florida. We personalize our clients home care services and work alongside our patients and their family members to fully understand their specific needs. We bring our services directly to your front door, so you can enjoy the convenience and comfort of your own home.
“The feeling is priceless, that expression you see on someone’s face after you have saved their life,” said Patricia Allen, President, Abundant Life Nursing. “The only feeling like this, close to that are the family members’ faces when they noticed you have actually saved their loved one, it's priceless,” Ms. Allen concluded.