Basic Life Support Certification (BLS) CPR Class

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$75 Per Person – The Basic Life Support Class is offered by Nurse Jackie Chapman RN, a lactation consultant, childbirth specialist & Certified BLS/CPR/AED instructor with over 40 years experience. Her classes are held weekly at the Birthing Center of NY, located at 6700 3rd Avenue, in the heart of South Brooklyn.

Basic Life Support Training is NOW required for all NYPD Officers.

Our BLS course teaches the skills of CPR, ventilation (including mouth-to-mouth) using barrier and bag-mask devices and with oxygen, use of an AED on adults/children and relief of FBAO in responsive/non-responsive victims. Ask about our BLS renewal course (required every 2 years).

  • Certified BLS Teacher
  • 4 Hour AHA Approved Course
  • Includes workbook and Certification card
  • Adult, child, and infant CPR
  • Rescuer scenarios and use of the bag-valve mask
  • Foreign-body airway obstruction (conscious and unconscious)
  • Automated external defibrillation (includes child AED update)
  • Special resuscitation situations
  • Other cardiopulmonary emergencies and stroke and cardiac arrest

This course is designed for hospital workers, NYPD, FDNY, EMS, business owners and individuals that want and need to know how to respond to emergencies.

BLS Class FAQ

BLS Class FAQ

Class Excerpt

Infant Ventilation With Barrier Devices

First, position yourself directly above the infant’s head place the mask on the victim’s face using the bridge of the nose as a guide. use the thumb and index finger of one hand to make a “c” to press around the edges of the mask.the remaining fingers of your hand should form an “e” to lift the angle of the jaw and open the airway.

If you tilt or extend an infant ’s head beyond the neutral position, the infant’s airway may become blocked. make sure you hold the mask against the face with your thumb and index finger while using the remaining fingers of that hand to lift the jaw and open the airway.

Make sure you make a tight seal between the mask and and the infant’s face. squeeze the bag with your other hand to deliver just enough breath to make the chest rise. deliver each breath over 1 second. if the chest doesn’t rise,then you are not providing adequate breaths. adjust the mask, reposition the head and neck,or administer a larger amount of air.

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