Did you know that in Europe there is a cardiac arrest every 24 seconds?
The 9th and 12th graders know, and have therefore, enrolled in a basic life support course.
It was 4 intensive hours of learning by doing, led by qualified professionals.
The aim? To increase the probability of survival, with quality of life, of victims of cardiac arrest.
Neuroscience says that the best way to learn is to share our learning with others, so be sure to ask these students:
How to assess safety conditions? How to assess the victim’s condition? What information should we provide in a 112 call? How to place a victim in a safe lateral position? How should we act in case of airway obstruction? What is the algorithm for basic life support compressions and insufflations?
Our distinguished students, currently certified by the European Resuscitation Council, will be happy to answer these and other questions!
Congratulations to you all for being committed to helping save lives!