CPR: Ongoing Challenges. New Solutions.
A major new educational program that offers customers the benefits of both relevant clincial information and continuing education credits. 1.5 hours for physicians, nurses, paramedics and EMTs.
Featuring doctors Benjamin Abella and Joseph Ornato, this 35-minute program first covers all major issues relating to manual CPR. Then the focus shifts to load-distributing band chest compressions as a revolutionary new technology that is helping to improve blood flow during sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) and save lives that might otherwise be lost.
CPR: Ongoing Challenges. New Solutions
.wmv, 75 MB
Supporting PowerPoint Slides
.zip file format, 35 MB
To Obtain Continuing Education Credits
Physician CME can be obtained by completing the evaluation and post-test.
This program has been accredited by the American Medical Association and St. Louis University designates this activity a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA category 1 credits.
Nursing and EMT CE can be obtained online at Health Care Education.
This program has been approved for 1.5 hours of continuing education credit for EMS Professionals and nurses by Center for Healthcare Education.