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ALHE 141 - Basic Life Support for the Professional Rescuer

.5, 1 credit hour



This course instructs the student in two-rescuer CPR, modified airway management skills, and the use of a resuscitation mask. This course is designed for the health care provider.
   
                                       

BLS/CPR Program Outcomes
1.    The student should demonstrate the proper techniques for administering CPR to an adult.
2.    The student should demonstrate the proper techniques for administering CPR to a child.
3.    The student should demonstrate the proper techniques for administering CPR to an infant
4.    The student should demonstrate the proper techniques for using the AED.

Frequently Asked Questions
Q:        What is the difference between Basic Life Support CPR and Community CPR?
A:         Basic Life Support is for a health care provider whereas Community CPR is for the layperson.
			

 

   

 

 

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Director of Allied Health

Tracy Rhine

620-432-0386

trhine@neosho.edu

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Administrative Assistant to Allied Health

Cheryl Burk

620-432-0403

cburk@neosho.edu