We provide intensive BLS training for medical professionals who wish to learn life-saving techniques and upgrade their healthcare career to the next best level training and enhance their knowledge.
Basic Life Support (BLS) is a primary medical aid provided to a person in an emergency. This procedure can prove to be very helpful when it comes to saving an individual’s life. However, the objective of BLS is not to ‘treat’ the person but to buy some valuable time until the emergency medical aid arrives. BLS course trains aspirants to recognize several life-threatening emergencies quickly, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations and provide early use of an AED. This course Reflects science and education from the American Heart Association Guidelines Update for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC).
One of the most beneficial skills a person can have is Basic Life Support. An individual will gain the skills and knowledge needed to act in the case of several emergencies through proper BLS training.
Many different occupations and career paths require a BLS certification. At the same time, some of these people need to obtain their certification because of a specific law, recommended by their employers or various organisations governing their industry. Here are some of the most common occupations requiring a BLS certification:
Nurses- GNM/BSC/Post Bsc/MSC
Doctors-MBBS with any specialisation
Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs)
High-quality CPR for adults, children, and infants
The AHA Chain of Survival, specifically the BLS components
Important early use of an AED
Effective ventilations using a barrier device
Importance of teams in multirescuer resuscitation and performance as an effective team member during multirescuer CPR
Relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (choking) for adults and infants
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Does an ACLS certification override the requirements for a BLS certification? No! These courses are distinctly different. You do not need BLS to take ACLS, however it is highly recommended.
They become full instructors after teaching on two ERC courses. Candidates for this course may be healthcare professionals or lay people and must hold an ERC BLS/AED Provider certificate, and have been nominated from their provider course as having Instructor Potential (IP).
Basic life support (BLS) includes recognition of signs of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), heart attack, stroke, and foreign-body airway obstruction (FBAO); cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR); and defibrillation with an automated external defibrillator (AED).
Give two breaths after every 30 chest compressions. If two people are performing CPR , give one to two breaths after every 15 chest compressions.
When assessing signs of cardiac arrest in an unresponsive patient, check for absent or abnormal breathing by watching the chest for movements for 5 to 10 seconds. Simultaneously check the carotid pulse for a minimum of 5 seconds—but no more than 10 seconds—to determine if there is a pulse present.
Pulse checks in BLS are not recommended. Rescuers can look for signs of life every 2 minutes / rhythm check if AED prompts you (AED generally has a 2 minute timer between rhythm checks)
This test contains a total of 35 questions. After answering each question, you will be provided with the rationale. The rationale gives details about the correct answer. This BLS practice test is designed to teach and reinforce the content found the AHA BLS provider manual.
The online portion of HeartCode BLS can be completed in approximately 1 to 2 hours. Time to complete the hands-on skills session varies from 60 minutes to 2 hours, depending on the experience of the student.
The short answer? No, the class is not generally considered difficult – however, compared to lay rescuer CPR & First Aid classes, there is a greater amount of information covered and the skill requirements are slightly more technical.
The practice exam consists of 10 multiple-choice questions that are derived from the BLS provider handbook and adhere to the latest ILCOR and ECC guidelines.
Taking a BLS pretest is also a great way to familiarize yourself with the format. We've all had that dreadful experience where you've studied the material inside and out, yet struggled on the actual exam because the structure of the questions threw you off.