The Different Types of CPR Levels

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Advanced equipment for higher CPR levels

CPR is a technique applied to help the victims of instant cardiac arrest and other medical emergencies situations. There are many training institutions that offer CPR courses. However, only four CPR levels of training exist. The levels of training provide the required skills to help any victim with symptoms of choking, breathing problems and others. Trainees are taught of the different risk factors related to heart problems and the best ways to handle them. The content provided in the levels is aligned with the standards set in Canada. Below are the four CPR levels.

CPR Levels by Rank

CPR-Adult

In this level, trainees are taught how to conduct CPR and other choking procedures to adults. The content offered include the benefits of carrying out early defibrillation and how to make use of AED in the most effective way in case of a heart disease.

CPR-B

This is a more inclusive level in which grandparents, parents, caregivers and baby sitters are trained on how to carry out choking procedures and CPR for infants, children and adults. Just like CPR-A level, it also includes techniques of using AED and why it is important to carry our early defibrillation.

CPR-C

CPR-C incorporates all the aspects of CPR skills and the theoretical issues for carrying out the CPR to infants, child and adults. It also includes content on two rescuer skills on the process. Like the other CPR levels, trainees learn the best practice of using AED and the necessity of defibrillation in saving a life or preventing making the problems handled worse.

CPR-HCP (Healthcare Provider)

HCP level is the most advanced of all the CPR professional ranks. It includes all the aspects that pertain to CPR such as use of BVMs, AEDs and how to do rescue breathing without causing any more problems to the victim. The health care provider level is created specifically for those working as health care providers in all health care facilities. These are the professionals with the duty to deal and respond to emergencies. The training is provided to paramedics, doctors, nurses and other health care experts in Canada.

Regardless of the position that you have either as a parent, health care provider, baby sitters and others, it is important to have the skills offered in any of the above CPR levels. Emergencies that require CPR can happen at any place or time and your help may save a life or prevent more damage from occurring. Just check the approved organizations that offer the course in Canada and enroll for the training.

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