Good Samaritan CPR saves another life:
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The following link is another horrible reminder that we must always remind ourselves to practice safety in and around the water:
As we enter into the middle of the summer, the temperature is certainly going up. How wonderful it is to spend some time in the pool or at a nearby lake or beach.
But how horrible it is to hear about so many recent drownings, especially because they involve children.
Keep yourself and your family safe this summer. Here are a few tips to help:
In the pool:
At the lake or beach:
Wishing you a safe and enjoyable rest of the summer.
Here’s to wishing you a Happy July 4th weekend!
To help everyone stay safe, I am writing to address common illness and injuries seen around this time.
Every five years, the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation update their recommendations for CPR and First Aid. The most recent changes are relatively minor, but important. Continue reading The Top Three Changes To Look For In Your Next CPR Class
According to the American Heart Association, the survival rate of people who experience sudden cardiac arrest is 5 times higher (40%) than Continue reading The Seattle Study
Have Dummy Will Travel, Inc. is now using QR codes to help you connect more easily. Look for these codes on all of our printed literature as well as on our emails and web site.
To access QR codes, you will need to download a free app for your mobile device. Simply go to your devices “App Store” and download a free mobile scanner device that supports QR codes. The app will use the camera on your device to “scan” the QR code and will follow the instructions embedded in the code.
Have Dummy Will Travel, Inc. is proud to announce our new partnership with H2O Plus, Inc. H2O Plus provides first aid and CPR supply kits for all industries. In addition, working with H2O plus allows us to provide regular first aid kit checks and restocking services. For more information, click here.
I recently visited one of my favorite Long Island vineyards and noticed a sticker on the front door that read “AED Equipped”. Since I make my living by training people to help others in medical emergencies, I figured I would chat with a manager over a nice glass of Pinot.
Like many responsible companies, this winery reacted to an emergency that occurred on their property. The management agreed that it was important for staff to know CPR and on the suggestion of their CPR instructor, they purchased an AED. Continue reading Get Advice Before You Purchase Rescue Equipment
Are you prepared for an emergency? As healthcare practitioners, you rely on your professional judgment to provide your patients with the best dental care possible. Many years of study, training and internship go into making what most Continue reading Responding to Medical Emergencies in the Dental Environment