Friday, 20 October 2017

BLS Classes For First Time Healthcare Providers At CPR Memphis

Individuals who have just started out their careers in the medical field should be well-equipped in all the important emergency medical procedures, the Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation procedures being the primary one. The procedures which comprises of chest compressions and rescue breaths can restore the life of a cardiac arrest victim through proper application. But for training always select an accredited training center such as the one in Memphis, the AHA accredited CPR Memphis. The first time healthcare providers should go for the BLS certification Memphis program where at the end of the program you can expect to be awarded with a certification which will come with a validity of 2 years.


Basic Life Support Classes- In the BLS training classes a student would get to learn about how to perform proper chest compressions and rescue breaths, how to use the Automated External Defibrillator device for the process of defibrillation, how to rescue a choking victim and much much more. It is only after acquiring this certification which can enable you in going for advanced CPR certifications. The program fee is 67$.

Certain vital questions which people asks a Gynecologist and today we are going to be shedding light upon some of the questions by providing with answers to them:

Is Vaginal Odor A Sign Of An Infection or STD?

Vaginal itching is often confused with a yeast infection and with medication which most women use for treating vaginal infection, the condition might deteriorate. The itching may be a sign of an STD, vulvar skin disorder, bacterial infection, sensitivity to soap or an early sign of vulvar cancer. Vaginal itching is very much serious and a woman should consult a gynecologist for preventing the matter from getting worse. Vaginal odor is very common among women and it is quite normal but if you are unsure and if you have excessive discharge, itching or burning along with it then it is best to seek the help of a doctor as it may be a sign of a bacterial infection which can be treated if diagnosed early.

Why Do I Leak Urine Sometimes?

Leaking urine is most common among women specially those women who are about to go through menopause or those who are already experiencing menopause. Leaking urine is treatable with weight loss, bladder training, medication, implant devices or surgery.

Why Am I Having Hot Flashes?

Most women think of hot flashes to be a normal thing and that is why women experiencing it don’t tell their doctors thinking it to be an usual thing. Hot flashes can be a normal thing for menopause but it can be a sign of another condition as well which is thyroid imbalance which can easily be treated with medication.

Why Do I Have Such Painful Periods?

Painful periods can be a sign for endometriosis which causes pain and can cause infertility which affects millions of women in the United States but a lot of women go undiagnosed because many women think that painful periods are very normal. Endometriosis is curable and can be treated if diagnosed early.

For more information or to enroll for a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation program at CPR Memphis call us on 901-438-4200.

Friday, 13 October 2017

Overview Of The ACLS Certification At CPR Memphis

ACLS is the acronym for Advanced Cardiac Life Support and the techniques are mainly extended to people who have suffered typical health conditions and for stabilizing the condition of a victim until the arrival of expert medical care. One of the critical conditions which calls for the administration of the ACLS techniques is a sudden cardiac arrest involving someone. A sudden cardiac arrest occurs without any prior intimation and can strike any one of any age or sex. It is very life-threatening and it would become very difficult for such a victim to survive unless immediate treatment is provided to the victim. Advanced Cardiac Life Support is an extended version of Basic Life Support which includes CPR. The methods involved in advanced life support are more complicated compared to the Basic Life Support methods and that is why it is only advanced healthcare professionals who should go for this certification.

If you are a resident of Memphis then you can enroll for an ACLS certification Memphis at the AHA accredited CPR Memphis where at the end of the classes an individual will be eligible for a certification.

Who Can Take The Classes?

The Advanced Life Support classes has been designed for healthcare and emergency medical professionals such as physicians, nurses, paramedics, physician assistants, surgeons and all other medically related professionals that must be prepared to handle a crisis situation. All these people are required to be a good judge of the situation in order to be able to understand the best remedy for the patient on hand. The program would enable an individual in managing a patient’s airway, how to initiate IV access, how to read and interpret electrocardiograms and the student would get an idea about the basic medications and emergency pharmacology. The ACLS certification classes are very different from the other CPR courses which can be taken by almost anyone and everyone, this certification program is only for those who are related with the healthcare field some way or the other.

The program fee is 297$ and at the end of the classes a student would get a chance to participate in a Megacode which simulates actual scenarios that utilizes the ACLS algorithms. Each algorithm takes into consideration such variables as ECG readings and pharmacology. All the classes are conducted by certified instructors in a stress-free environment.

If you are a busy professional who is hard of time you can go for the online classes as well conducted by the American Heart Association. You can take the classes from the comforts of your home or office and at the end of the classes you would just require to take a skills test by visiting a training site. Regardless of the company or organization conducting the resuscitation classes you should see to it that they conduct a skills test because no CPR program is complete without a skills test.

To sign up for the Advanced Cardiac Life Support program at CPR Memphis you can either register online or call us on 901-438-4200 for registration. Remember that it is only benefits which you would be able to gain from the classes.

Friday, 6 October 2017

CPR Classes For Medical Professionals At CPR Memphis

Each and every individual should be aware of the life-saving Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation procedures which were brought to the fore by the renowned American Heart Association in view to the rising number of cardiac death cases worldwide. A cardiac arrest spares no one, not even a child. You cannot predict its occurrence but what you can do is you can stay prepared to face such emergencies which you can do by learning the life-saving Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation procedures which is a combination of chest compressions and rescue breaths. For learning the techniques always select an accredited training site such as the AHA accredited CPR Memphis where at the end of a program expect to be awarded with a certification which would be awarded by the American Heart Association.

ACLS Training Classes- The Advanced Cardiac Life Support classes has been designed for healthcare and emergency medical professionals such as physicians, nurses, paramedics, physician assistants, surgeons and all other medically related professionals that must be prepared to handle a crisis situation. The ACLS class Memphis revolves around team communication in response to team and post cardiac arrest care. Skills such as managing airways, initiating IV’S, understanding ECG’S and emergency pharmacology are all essential components of the ACLS certification classes. At the end of the classes, students would get the chance to participate in a Megacode which simulates actual scenarios that would utilize the Advanced Life Support algorithms which takes into consideration such variables as ECG readings and pharmacology. So enroll for the program today and become capable to face and rescue any cardiac emergency scenario in real life.

Read and learn about the sexually transmitted disease “Trichomoniasis” which most people have very less knowledge of. So read on to know about this disease written by students in healthcare and medical programs.

Trichomoniasis- Trichomoniasis is an infection with an infectious parasite that is called “Trichomonas vaginalis” which is mainly caused during sexual intercourse. It affects both men and women but women are more prone to this disease. Men that get this disease are affected in the urethra in the penis whereas women can be affected either in the urethra or the vagina. Some of the symptoms of this disease in men includes a burning sensation after urination or ejaculation, itching and irritation on the inside of the penis are also the symptoms. Some of the symptoms in women includes itching and irritation along with redness and soreness of the urethra or vagina. The urine of the woman infected with the disease would appear as a clear, white, yellowish or greenish discharge along with production of an unusual smell.

It is very difficult to diagnose this disease just on the basis of the symptoms even doctors find it difficult. It is only a test which can find the trichomonas vaginalis parasites. After identification the doctors most probably would prescribe an oral antibiotic namely metronidazole or or tinidazole for treating the infection.

For more information or being an advanced medical professional if you are looking forward to enrolling for a program at CPR Memphis call us on 901-438-4200.

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Classes At CPR Memphis

For the purpose of facing any type of a cardiac emergency such as a sudden cardiac arrest or a heart attack a healthcare professional should have knowledge about all the important medical emergency procedures mainly the Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation procedures which is a combination of chest compressions and rescue breaths. Proper administration of these techniques can lead to a cardiac arrest struck victim’s survival. If you are an advanced healthcare professional such as a physician, nurses, paramedics, physician assistants, surgeons, etc, you are most likely to be facing such cardiac emergency scenarios more number of times than any other professional which highlights the importance of training in the techniques. Always select a certified training site for learning the life-saving methods properly. If you are a resident of Memphis then enroll for a training class at the AHA accredited CPR Memphis where at the end of a program you can expect to receive a certification from the renowned American Heart Association which can prove to be highly beneficial.

ACLS Training Classes- Advanced healthcare professionals should go for an ACLS class Memphis which stands for Advanced Cardiac Life Support which has specifically been designed for them. This course revolves around teaching team communication in response to immediate and post cardiac arrest care. Skills such as managing airways, initiating IV’S, understanding ECG’S and emergency pharmacology are all covered in the program. At the end of the classes, each student would get the chance to participate in a Megacode which simulates actual scenarios that utilize the ACLS algorithms. The algorithms takes into consideration such variables as ECG readings and pharmacology.

Students in medical and healthcare provider programs have written articles on various health-related topics and today we are going to be discussing one of those:

Gastroesophageal Reflux(GER)/Heartburn/Acid Reflux-  When heartburn occurs more than twice a week over a period of time then it can be referred to as the Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. If you have a heartburn things which you should do includes avoid alcohol, coffee, spicy food, etc; avoid overeating and eat small meals; if you are overweight, lose weight; wear loose-fitting clothes around the stomach area; stay upright for 3 hours after meals, do go to bed.

     There are different kinds of treatments for heartburns which works by different mechanisms. Consult a doctor prior to going ahead with any kind of treatment. Antacids; Histamine Blockers like pepcid, Zantac, Tagamet; Proton Pump Inhibitors like Prevacid, Prilosec, Protonix.

For more such articles get in touch with us and to enroll for a program at CPR Memphis in Tennessee call us on 901-438-4200. You can go for online classes as well if you wish or if you have a very tight schedule. After the completion of the classes you would just require to visit a certified training site in order to take a skills test.

Friday, 15 September 2017

Basic Life Support Classes For Healthcare Students At CPR Memphis, TN

If you are pursuing medical studies it is essential that you are well-trained in all the vital emergency medical procedures, the Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation procedures being the primary one. The procedures are a combination of chest compressions and rescue breaths which when applied in a certain ratio to a cardiac arrest victim can revive his or her life. The techniques were devised by the renowned American Heart Association who after conducting a thorough research came out with these techniques. These are one of the highly effective procedures and their proper application in a timely manner can increase the chances of survival of a cardiac arrest victim. But a good amount of training from a good training site is what is required for a rescuer in going ahead to properly administer the procedures. If you are a resident of Memphis in Tennessee then you can sign up for a program at the AHA accredited CPR Memphis which consists of experienced instructors who imparts training to the students. The most appropriate course for healthcare students and for first time healthcare providers is:

BLS Training Classes- BLS is the acronym for Basic Life Support which satisfies all CPR requirements for nursing school, medical school, dental school, pharmacy school and all other healthcare related school programs in Memphis, TN. Basic Life Support for infants, adults and children are taught in the classes. The topics would include proper chest compressions, rescue breaths, Automated External Defibrillator training, choking intervention and much much more. At the end of the program a student would be eligible for a BLS certification Memphis.

Students in various healthcare and medical programs have written articles on various types of disease and health-related topics for raising awareness among the common mass about various diseases and today we are going to be discussing one of those which is:

Varicocele- Varicocele is something which affects 15 percent of all men. But people have very less awareness about this topic and today we will try to enlighten you all on this topic so read on to know more:

     Varicocele can be described as “an enlargement of the of the veins within the scrotum (the loose bag of skin that holds the testicles). Men, primarily during puberty or shortly after are the most susceptible to contract Varicocele.

     Some of the signs and symptoms includes heavy dragging feeling in the scrotum; as a late sign of varicocele, individuals will notice a difference in the size between the two testes where the affected testis will be smaller than the unaffected one.

     The main cause of varicocele can be attributed to growth of testes during puberty because with growth what increases is the need for blood. Some of the effects includes infertility, under-developed testes, low testosterone, low sperm counts, etc. It is important for an individual to deal with this disease early on so that these side-effects can be dealt with in the first place itself.

     Varicocele can primarily be diagnosed through a physical exam. There is no straight way to prevent it however if infertility is not a problem then IB Profen and other over the counters painkillers can help to keep it at bay without the need for any further intervention.

     Like we have mentioned earlier that sometimes there is no need for seeking any medical treatment however if treatment is required a procedure can be performed called varicocele repair. Remember one thing that women cannot contract Varicocele unless they have a scrotum.

For more information or to enroll for a CPR program get in touch with us by calling us on 901-438-4200.

Friday, 8 September 2017

Fight Cardiac Arrests In Children And Infants Through CPR In Memphis

Cardiac arrest is a life-threatening condition which spares no one before striking. Even a child and an infant is as much prone to getting struck with it as are adults. The causes of a cardiac arrest in children and infants includes airway and breathing problems, traumatic injuries or accidents(eg- motor-vehicle collision, drowning, electrocution or poisoning), a hard blow to the chest, congenital heart disease, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome(SIDS). A victim would require immediate treatment to be meted out for survival. It is only proper application of the Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation techniques which can revive a cardiac arrest victim. The techniques comprises of chest compressions and rescue breaths which when applied in a proper ratio can lead to a victim’s survival. Signs of a cardiac arrest includes unconsciousness, no breathing and no pulse.

For training in the resuscitation techniques always select a good and accredited training school such as if you are a resident of Memphis then you can enroll for a program at the CPR Memphis which is an American Heart Association certified training site. There are programs for both healthcare and non-healthcare providers, for learning the infant and child resuscitation techniques healthcare professionals should go for the PALS Certification Memphis program.  

The four links in the cardiac chain of survival includes:

Early Recognition & Instant Call For Help- The moment you come across a cardiac arrest victim, it is important to call for the Emergency Medical Services by dialing 911, the sooner the EMS personnel will take over, the better will it be for the victim.

Early CPR- If the victim shows sign of a cardiac arrest without wasting any time just start off with the resuscitation procedures comprising of chest compressions and rescue breaths. The resuscitation procedures will help in the supply of oxygen to the various organs of the victim’s body which will stabilize the condition of the victim until an AED is used or more advanced medical care is provided.

Early Defibrillation- An AED device is used for the process of defibrillation which involves application of an electrical shock to the chest of the victim which may help restore an effective heart rhythm. 

More Advanced Medical Care- EMS personnel provides more advanced medical care and immediately transports the victim to the hospital. 

Remember one thing that it is immediate administration of the resuscitation techniques which can revive a cardiac arrest victim, each minute delayed will reduce the victim’s chances of survival by about 10 percent. It is only when you are well-trained that you would be able to go ahead with administering the procedures in a timely manner. The resuscitation techniques varies for adults and children or infants in terms of the application. A Pediatric Advanced Life Support program would exactly teach you the proper application of the procedures such as the depth at which the compressions should be applied, the ratio at which the compressions and rescue breaths should be applied, the proper way to use the AED device on an infant and much more.

Friday, 1 September 2017

Revive Cardiac Arrest Victims With The CPR Procedures In Memphis

There is no better way to deal with a cardiac emergency scenario than by getting trained in the significant Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation procedures which comprises of chest compressions and rescue breaths. It was American Heart Association who came out with these procedures. Proper administration of the techniques can revive a cardiac arrest victim of any age including children and infants. There are CPR training programs for both healthcare as well as non-healthcare providers, it is just a matter of selection of the right program and undergoing the required training.

For training make sure to go for an accredited training center such as the AHA accredited CPR Memphis. At the end of a course expect to be awarded with a certification by the American Heart Association which can prove to be highly beneficial for you. Medical professionals can go for either of the Basic Life Support, the Advanced Cardiac Life Support and the Pediatric Advanced Life Support programs. For the general public with no medical background HeartSaver CPR and the combined HeartSaver CPR-First Aid are the training classes that you should go for. The classes are conducted by certified instructors who imparts training in a relaxed atmosphere.

Various students in different healthcare provider and medical programs have written articles on various health and disease-related topics which can raise a lot of awareness among the common masses about the less talked about diseases or topics. Today we are going to be discussing one of those:

Eclampsia- Eclampsia is a health condition which affects the reproductive system of people as it is a condition which causes seizures in women with severe cases of preeclampsia. Preeclampsia usually develops during times of pregnancies mainly during the first trimester. Some of the risk factors which increases the likelihood for a woman to get affected with this disease are high blood pressure, multiple gestation, Sickle cell disease, genetics, obesity, diabetes, kidney disease, rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. Some of the symptoms for women with mild preeclampsia includes high blood pressure and the symptoms during severe conditions includes dizziness, vomiting and severe headaches. The symptoms of Eclampsia includes all of the signs of preeclampsia and seizures, an early sign of these seizures include a headache which is a neurologic symptom. The disease can be diagnosed by various tools which includes a regular pregnancy health screening, a urinalysis. Doctors also takes blood pressure measurements and other blood tests are conducted for the purpose of diagnosing the disease.

Preeclampsia is the most common medical condition in pregnant women which can evolve into serious health issues for the mother and the baby. Unfortunately there is no way to prevent this disease and moreover mild Eclampsia has good pregnancy outcomes and delivers healthy babies. Last, but not the least the only treatment to get rid of eclampsia is delivery of the baby. The bottom line is that this disease is really serious which can affect any woman anywhere in the globe. If you suspect that you might be having this condition consult your doctor immediately.

You can visit our website to read more such informative articles. For more information about the training site CPR Memphis or to enroll for a program call us on 901-438-4200.