Dawn Mangine
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    In-person learning is gradually opening up as the COVID-19 vaccine is distributed. In most states, healthcare workers, including those in emergency medical services, are first in line to get their vaccinations. School nurses, nursing educators, and EMS personnel are often certified CPR instructors on top of their other job duties. As such, they are ...

    Nicki Murff
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    It’s official. As of January 31, 2019, all CPR manikins used in American Heart Association (AHA) adult CPR courses must feature an instrumented directive feedback device (IDFD). Devices such as these provide real-time, audio-visual feedback as the CPR is being performed, allowing student performance to be evaluated in an immediate and ongoing ...

    Evan Stiger
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    In August of 2017, the American Heart Association (AHA) issued a directive that will take effect on January 31, 2019 requiring the use of a feedback device in all their adult cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) courses. These devices should “provide learners with real-time, audio-visual corrective feedback on aspects such as compression rate, depth, and ...

    Bailey Salvati
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    With 350,000 people suffering cardiac arrest outside the hospital and over 200,000 suffering cardiac arrest in a hospital setting, the ability for people (both bystanders and medical professionals) to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation, commonly known as CPR, correctly has become critically important. If CPR is performed accurately and immediately, ...