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Dog Gives CPR

Pancho, a Spanish police dog has shown that he may be capable of saving lives. A video of the dog, who works for Municipal Police of Madrid, has gone viral. The video shows him giving chest compressions to a fellow officer with his paws and feeling the officer's neck for a pulse. Pancho isn't capable of providing mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, but he is attentive and careful.  Dogs have been credited with saving lives with CPR before. It may valuable to give all dogs CPR training. CPR is also known as BLS or BCLS, short for basic life support and basic cardiac life support. For now, though, an easier way to ensure that lives can be saved is for everyone to have CPR certification or BLS certification. www.CPRTrainingFast.com offers these courses, as well as ACLS certification online, training materials, and free prep tests.  The training materials included at www.CPRTrainingFast.com include algorithms, practice tests, videos, and other instructional materials. Anybody can obtain t…

CPRTrainingFast Ventures Into Medical Marijuana Training Certifications for Healthcare Professionals

Post By Max Gotlieb/Healthcare Reporter

Today, www.CPRTrainingFast.com announced that they will begin venturing into medical marijuana and medical marijuana training. They have launched medical marijuana education materials on their website, www.CPRTrainingFast.com, and the Amazon Kindle Marketplace. 
Two eBooks were launched. Named Medical Marijuana: Basic Cannabinoid Certification Study Guide and Medical Marijuana: Advanced Cannabinoid Certification Study Guide, these two study guides best prepare medical professionals for the clinical usage of cannabis, an expanding medical practice.
As cannabis is being legalized nationwide for clinical and medical purposes, www.CPRTrainingFast.com is committed to ensuring that their clients are capable of properly using medical marijuana and helpingpatients.
These two new guides accompany the BCLS certification and ACLS online certification that the site already offers. The website also includes free algorithms and practice tests, as well as answers…

ACLS Study Guide with Test Answers Released On Amazon Kindle

June 7, 2018, Philadelphia, PA – Today, www.CPRTrainingFast.com announced it has published threeeBooks on multiple platforms, including the Amazon Kindle marketplace.  The most exciting part:  our exams and answer keys are included in the form of a practice test.
The eBooks are being sold for just one dollar. They are named The Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Provider Study Guide, The Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) Provider Study Guide

Officials Encourage Summer Water Safety

by Max Gotlieb
Healthcare Reporter

As summer approaches, many will begin swimming in pools, lakes, and the ocean. Swimming, a fun pastime, is enjoyable, yet extremely dangerous when proper precautions are not taken. Drowning is the fatal consequence of pool safety not being taken seriously.
According to the CDC, there is an average of 3,536 deaths as a result of unintentional drowning every year. Children aged 14 years and younger account for 1 of every 5 unintentional drowning deaths.
It is crucial to understand risk factors that contribute to drowning. These include swimming without the proper ability, lack of barriers around the body of water, lack of supervision, alcohol use, and preexisting medical conditions.
Meghan Holohan from Today.com writes, "For safer open water swimming the organization recommends teaching open water swimming, as well as pool swimming, and having a designated "watcher" who keeps an eye on swimmers the whole time they're in the water.&…

Ebola Cases On The Rise

Post By Max Gotlieb - Healthcare Reporter

Once again, there has been an outbreak of Ebola. This time the devastating virus has spread through the Congo. The World Health Organization (WHO) and other aid groups have taken notice. They seek to mitigate the effects of Ebola and stop the outbreak in its tracks. This occurrence of the virus is particularly concerning as there have been confirmed cases found in the city of Mbandaka, a densely-populated city that houses a busy river port.
Since its discovery in 1976 in the Democratic Republic of Congo (then Zaire), the virus has typically struck in remote areas, causing hemorrhagic fever among those infected. Between 2014 and 2016, there was a large outbreak of Ebola that killed nearly 11,000 people throughout West Africa.
A result of animals from tropical regions, Ebola has been traced to have originated from bats. Other possible hosts of the virus are the hunted African animals, namely monkeys and apes that are killed for food.
Unfortunately,…

ACLS Certification Eyes Virtual Reality

ACLS Certification Eyes Virtual Reality Posted by Max Gotlieb - Healthcare Reporter



Virtual reality has transcended the notion that it is solely for entertainment purposes. No longer is virtual reality only used in video games and remote laboratories. Recently, the new technology has been adopted for practical uses. The complex computer functions work to simulate and recreate human senses and real situations. 
Obviously, this technology would seem to be perfect for medical applications. Now that virtual reality programs and devices have been matured and fine-tuned, locations such as the Children's Hospital Los Angeles have started to use it. Teaming up with AiSolve, Bioflight VR, and Oculus, they have constructed a training simulation for emergency pediatric trauma situations to ensure readiness, quick reactions, and proper ca

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