Advanced Professional Healthcare, LLC

Advanced Professional Healthcare Education, LLC

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2015 CPR guideline changes CPR awareness week!

CPR is as easy as C-A-B!It’s anyone’s guess as to what the new 2015 CPR/ACLS and PALS guidelines will be. (Disclaimer-If anyone tells you otherwise they are fibbers!)

In the past 50 years + of providing CPR courses, the American Heart Association does an exceptional job with their resuscitation research. In 2010/2011 we saw some of the most significant changes ever made to the course materials.

Hands-only-CPR: CALL and PUMP! With the implementation of this information we have seen an increase in bystander participation in an emergency, less fear that someone will make a mistake (because they only have TWO things to do!) Less risk of disease transmission and not to mention the most important part GOOD CONTINUOUS CIRCULATION TO THE BRAIN! The last one is my personal favorite. CPR used to talk more about the heart and the lungs, but we can’t forget how important it is to help the patient’s maintain neurological function if they do survive a cardiac arrest.


Currently we are providing adults with 30:2 compression to breath ratio only changing when we have an advanced airway in place. Children and infants are 30:2 compression to breath ratio with a single rescuer and 15:2 when two or more rescuers are present.

AED CPRI am very excited to hear if we will have an increase in cardiac arrest survival with some of these changes that are already being implemented for the last 5+ years.

We also have Cardio Cerebral Resuscitation or CCR that helps adult cardiac arrest patients maintain better continuous oxygenation and circulation not only to the heart and lungs but also the brain. The studies on CCR point to some promising results and possible increases in cardiac arrest survival. In addition to these patients surviving, many of them are neurologically intact after the event (many more than in previous years/studies on the information)

Hands-only CPR.(The CCR protocol is designed for adult cardiac arrest. Patients less than 8 years of age, drowning patients, drug overdose patients, trauma patients, and respiratory arrest patients are excluded. The CCR protocol focuses on providing the optimal timing for defibrillation, minimizing interruptions to chest compressions, minimizing pauses between chest compressions and defibrillation, early administration of intravenous epinephrine, and minimizing over-ventilation during cardiac arrest.)

Many more changes have been implemented in the courses and we will keep you informed as soon as we know what the new 2015 guidelines will be. Stay tuned!

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- Dentist, BLS for Healthcare Providers & ACLS participant

The staff at our Ambulatory Surgery Center request Adam for ALL of our BCLS, ACLS, PALS, etc. classes. Adam adapts the classes to meet the specific needs of our center. He makes certification fun and easy to understand. Even for classes which are voluntary for the staff...'I'll take the class if Adam is the instructor' is always the reply. Adam is rated A+++++ by ALL of our employees.
- Education Nurse, Wisconsin Surgery Center

Nikki game some good suggestions and scenarios; best pace for class. Angie is good instructor; appreciated the extra effort. Adam very positive.
- RRT, ACLS Provider Recognition Participant

Well organized and to the point. Best CPR refresher I’ve had in 15 years as an EMT.
- EMT, BLS for Healthcare Providers participant

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- RN/House Supervisor, ACLS Provider Renewal participant

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- RN, BLS for Healthcare Providers participant

Adam did a great job presenting the material and made the class enjoyable.
- RN, ACLS Provider Renewal participant

Both presenters were very knowledgeable of the topic material. I enjoyed meeting and learning from you both. Thank you!
- RN, PHTLS Provider participant

This course was incredibly helpful and useful. The instructor was very helpful with correcting us and helping with the proper form!
- Nursing Student, BLS for Healthcare Providers participant

Thanks so much for the interesting class! I was nervous to take it since I don't have any RN experience yet, but everyone was very friendly and helpful so I was no longer intimidated. Great material, the simple and straightforward way it was presented really made a difference!
- RN, ACLS Provider Recognition Participant

Great job! Very organized & engaging. Excellent teaching.
- CNA, BLS for Healthcare Providers Participant

Great course! Highlighted the important points and made ACLS more accessible to perform.
- RN, ACLS Renewal Participant

Great job teaching, answered peoples questions with ease. Very friendly and nice.
- Nursing Student, ACLS Participant

It was very easy to follow along and it was educational. Thank you once again for understanding the situation about the different course mix up. I appreciate it.
- Nursing Student, PALS Participant

Adam was very engaging and knowledgeable. Enjoyed the class.
- APNP, PALS Participant