Life Support Training Center

 

  

CPR training center
The center offers CPR training courses for the public and non-medical professionals, for those interested in life-preserving training courses.

 CPR:
          Sudden cardiac arrest cases are the most common cause of death where the patient dies before reaching the hospital. So, CPR courses are held and designed to train the public and medical professionals for rapid intervention and saving the lives of different-aged patients who experience life threatening situations.

The trainee will learn:

  • life support chain.
  • How to perform CPR on adults.
  • How to perform CPR on children and infants.
  • How to use Ventricular defibrillator.
  • Emergency measures in cases of  suffocation and obstruction of the respiratory tract.
  • How to recognize heart attack and cerebral apoplexy.
    Advanced CPR:
              These courses were specially prepared for medical staff  who participate in giving advanced medical care for sudden cardiac arrest cases both inside and outside the hospital.

On completing the course, the trainee will acquire the following skills:

  • How to open an airway and secure artificial respiration.
  • How to use the ventricular defibrillator to give the electric charge.
  • How to read and interpret cardiac rhythm.
  • How to deal with each case according to diagnosis.
  • How to secure venous line to give the necessary emergency medications.

CPR for newborn babies:
          This course was designed to provide medical staff with the basic information for management of newborn babies resuscitation cases and prevention of sudden cardiac arrest.
In this course, the trainee will learn how to perform CPR on newborn babies in a smooth way, and cooperation with various medical specialties to function as one team.
This course was specially prepared for pediatricians, emergency doctors, nurses and some other medical specialties who exist in the critical moments at the beginning of the newborn baby.

First aid:
          First aid course aims at developing the trainees’ skills and their confidence to provide emergency first aid at the right time which allows the preservation of life. It also includes training for requesting help and directly beginning to manage first aid cases, such as wounds, burns and fractures, including CPR through the life support chain.

Educational goals:

  • Application of CPR through the life support chain.
  • Training for first aid in cases of burns and hyperthermia.
  • Training for first aid in cases of bleeding and wounds.
  • Training for first aid in cases of bones and joints injuries.
  • Training for first aid in cases of heart attacks and epileptic seizures.
  • Training for first aid in cases of eye injuries.
  • Training for first aid in cases of high and low body temperature.
  • Training for first aid in cases of chest, abdomen, pelvis and head traumas.
  • Training for first aid in other emergency cases: bites, poisoning, drowning, electric shock.
    Trainees: To whom is this course given?

To everyone whose work place or place of residence or-the incident’s location-is far from medical care centers and the arrival of an ambulance takes time or in question, they have to start learning first aid skills directly.