Archive for the ‘Diving Aid Training’ Category

Panicking Diver (panicked-diver)

These instructors are required to immediately before the dive or immediately after surfacing was a mask on his face, or hung around the neck. And the claim that the mask is shifted to the forehead, usually indicates a lack of professionalism diver. The penalties for this crime too different with different instructors – from the spacers of beer for the Read the rest of this entry »

First Aid for a Choking Conscious Infant (<1 years old)

Step 1
Determine if the infant can cry or cough.
If not, proceed to next step.

Step 2

Give 5 back blows.



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History Of CPR

Modern CPR developed in the late 1950s and early 1960s. The discoverers of mouth-to-mouth ventilation were Drs. James Elam and Peter Safar. Though mouth-to-mouth resuscitation was described in the Bible (mostly performed by Read the rest of this entry »


In CPR training we must have the proper Q & A as follows.

1. The proper way to determine unresponsiveness is?

2. The preferred way to check for breathing is:

3. What is the best position for the victim to be in when Read the rest of this entry »

30 second CPR guide



Place victim flat on his/her back on a hard surface.
Shake victim at the shoulders and shout “are you okay?”
If no response, call emergency medical system -911 then,
Head-tilt/chin-lift – open victims’ airway by tilting their head back with one hand while lifting up their chin with Read the rest of this entry »

Links To CPR Related Information

Here are few Links on CPR in Brief:

Less Stress – Very Cool CPR site. Great information and an online CPR simulator!

IAC-CPR – Learn about a potentially beneficial adjunct to CPR.

CPR FACTS – Facts and general information about CPR

Training on Emergency First Aid Response for Diving Centers, (for CHILDREN)

Adults Video Demonstration of Standard CPR Students.


What is IAC-CPR?

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What is IAC-CPR?

IAC stands for interposed abdominal compression. IAC-CPR includes all the steps of Read the rest of this entry »

CPR Simulator

As a service and a distraction for the entertainment of our clients, the CPR simulator is published by Less Stress Instructional Services both for fun and as a way to exercise CPR skills.
The Bystander CPR simulator is an exercise in community emergency care. Periodically, we will be adding CPR simulations to this page, so check back occasionally. Also, please allow the photographs to load completely, as some are Read the rest of this entry »

Facts about CPR

Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in adults. Most arrests occur in persons with underlying heart disease.

CPR doubles a person’s chance of survival from sudden cardiac arrest.

75% of all cardiac arrests happen in people’s homes.

The typical victim of cardiac arrest is a man in his early 60’s and a woman in her late 60’s.

Cardiac arrest occurs twice as frequently in Read the rest of this entry »

Training on Emergency First Aid Response for Diving Centers, (for CHILDREN)

CPR in six steps for small children
CPR for Infants (Age

Step 1
Shout and Tap
Shout and gently tap the child on the shoulder. If there is no response, position the infant on his or her back Read the rest of this entry »