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Course on the use of external defibrillators and basic life support
Course for the use of semi-automatic external defibrillators (DESA) and basic life support, bonus course up to 100% by the Tripartite Foundation
Course Basic Life Support and use of portable defibrillators, according to the regulations of the Autonomous Community
Course aimed at health professionals, first responders and the general population. This course is taught by instructors and PNRCP instructor candidates. The duration and methodology according to the regulations of each Autonomous Community. Small groups in practical workshops.
Special prices for groups, hospitals, universities, professional associations, clinics, residences and mutual societies.
Use of external defibrillators and basic life support | Approved training
Approved training in all the autonomous communities and required for the use of the defibrillator in almost all of them. You can do it in an open classroom in any of the courses programmed throughout the national territory.
OBJECTIVES SVB AND DESA COURSE
The objective of this face-to-face course is to provide the necessary knowledge and skills to be able to perform a first care of cardiac arrest until the arrival of the specialized teams. This training is to learn how to use external defibrillators and basic life support, according to the latest ERC recommendations.
Decrease mortality and the sequelae that cause cardiac arrest.
Disseminate Vital Support techniques among possible "first responders", family members of high-risk patients and the general population.
Contribute to promote strategies aimed at early defibrillation.
Facilitate the integration of the "first responders" in the survival chain.
Disseminate basic rules for the prevention of coronary heart disease and sudden cardiac death.
The objective of the course is to provide the necessary knowledge and skills to be able to carry out a first attention of the cardiac arrest until the arrival of the specialized teams. For them the students at the end of the course must be able to:
Identify, a loss of consciousness, the absence of breathing
The presentation of a cardiorespiratory arrest.
Alert the 112 or stop device if you are in a hospital.
Apply the techniques of Basic CPR and the use of masks for artificial ventilation.
Use a semiautomatic defibrillator quickly and effectively.
Know the basic aspects of the maintenance of an AED.
Know what are the essential data for the registration and control of cardiac arrest.
Identify and act in other life-threatening situations.
Know the signs and symptoms of an acute myocardial infarction and how to act to survive.
CONTENT THEORETICAL AREA OF THE COURSE
Cardiac arrest. The chain of survival. 2015 recommendations
Basic CPR of the adult and pediatrics
OVACE Automatic External Defibrillation PRACTICAL AREA
Basic CPR of adult and pediatric
Other techniques of the SVB
Adult and pediatric choking
Automatic external defibrillator
Simulation Workshop: RCP and DEA
Our extensive experience, disseminating the knowledge and skills in BLS and the management of the DEA, training health professionals, first responders and the general population to help SAVE LIVES
INFORMATION REQUEST Request information so that we can carry out a course in your company, hospital, university ... Or if you prefer, sign up in the next editions of the courses, in an open classroom See our website www.salvavidas.eu Tel. 91 125 05 00
Next course of Basic Life Support and external defibrillators in Madrid
The objective of the course is to help save lives by incorporating new first participants in the survival chain, who learn to recognize early cardiorespiratory arrest, apply quality CPR and early defibrillation, improving survival in the PCR. We adapt the course to the client's needs, dates and times.
Basic life support course and DEA & DESA defibrillators
If you've gotten here, you'll be interested to know that to perform the Svb and Desa Madrid course You do not have to be a health professional or have previous qualifications related to first aid or rescue and first aid. Only the restlessness and desire to learn something very practical and necessary for everyday life are needed. It is a course that has nothing to do with a specific job, because emergencies are everywhere. The learning and attitudes acquired here will serve us for our day to day, to know how to face a situation of urgency or emergency and act accordingly in the best possible way. Who carries on the street with a polyvalent emergency briefcase always with them? What in the Svb and Desa Madrid course you will learn is to act with your hands, which will be our tools.
Who can take this BLS Course and use of defibrillators
El Svb and Desa Madrid course is aimed at the general population. More and more defibrillators are being installed in public places and that is why it is increasingly necessary to train the population in their management, among many other skills.
It may be a population of special interest to carry out the Svb and Desa Madrid course those people (relatives, friends, colleagues) in whose environment there is someone who: suffers from a chronic cardiac or respiratory disease; who have suffered previous episodes of syncope / fainting or seizures, for example; or that work or live with children and the elderly. Also those workers who due to the characteristics of their employment are exposed to an increased risk of suffering an accident (electrocution, precipitation, hemorrhage) and even very sedentary or stressful jobs, because we know they are risk factors in cardiovascular diseases.
More and more companies are choosing to train their staff in Basic Life Support (BLS) and defibrillation: hotel staff, restaurants, factories and warehouses, offices, gyms, casinos, teaching centers. Choosing this course, either by necessity or personal motivation, is a great bet.
Mission of the Svb and Desa Madrid Course
As a main objective, the Svb and Desa Madrid course provides the knowledge and skills to perform a correct first intervention until the arrival of emergency teams. It is about learning a series of systematic actions that allow us to recognize an emergency and assess the victim in a simple way: check awareness and breathing, call the 112, start CPR and defibrillate as soon as possible. Everything is very easy to apply for anyone, however, you have to know how to do it well.
Those who favorably exceed the Svb and Desa Madrid course they obtain a certification that accredits them as trained personnel in SVB and capable of handling a semi-automatic external defibrillator (DESA).
- vital support
- cardiopulmonary resuscitation
- basic vital support