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American Heart Association CPR & First Aid Classes in the Bay Area

We are proud to announced our CPR & First Aid classes, now in Spanish! You will receive your American Heart Association certificate at the end of class!

The class is 5 hours long. Make sure to come in comfortable clothing, you will be practicing a lot with the manikins!

The Spanish CPR & First Aid classes are offered in our San Francisco, San Jose and Concord locations!

For more information, please visit our website: http://www.novatocprclasses.com/schedule/marin-county-spanish-cpr-classes/

We also offer other classes at our Sacramento location, please visit our website if you are interested in CPR, First Aid, and BLS Classes: https://www.sacramentocprcertification.com

 

Sacramento CPR Classes

10744 Gold Center Drive

Rancho Cordova, CA 95670

(916) 623-4684

 

El Dorado Hills, CA American Heart Association CPR/AED/First Aid classes

When: Saturday November 23rd, 2013

Time: 1:00pm

Cost: $140

 

Rancho Cordova CPR & First Renewal Course

This is an American Heart Association CPR/AED/First Aid class for 5 hours. You will get your certificate card on day of class. Don’t forget to complete our online survey to get your Free Key Chain Mask!

For more information please visit our website: https://www.sacramentocprcertification.com/course-catalog/aha-cpr-first-aid-class/

 

Sacramento CPR Classes
Hyatt Place
10744 Gold Center Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
Phone: 916-623-4684
www.sacramentocpcertification.com

Citrus Heights, CA American Heart Association CPR classes

When: Saturday November 23rd, 2013

Time: From 1pm to 4pm

Cost: $70

Card: Valid for 2 years.

The American Heart Association CPR class covers Adult, Child and Infant CPR, choke-saving, and how to use the AED (Automated External Defibrillator). Complete our online survey and get a Free Key Chain Mask when you come to class! For more information and to register please go to the following link: https://www.sacramentocprcertification.com/course-catalog/aha-cpr-class/

 

Sacramento CPR Classes
Hyatt Place
10744 Gold Center Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
Phone: 916-623-4684
www.sacramentocpcertification.com

 

Elk Grove, CA American Heart Association CPR/First Aid Classes

When: Saturday November 2nd, 2013

Time: From 1pm to 6pm

Cost: $140

 

AED Training Courses in Rancho Cordova, CA

AED Certification Classes

 

This CPR/First Aid course covers adult, child and infant CPR, choke-saving, how to use the AED (Automated External Defibrillator) and Basic First Aid. For a detail description and to sign up for the class, please click on the following link: https://www.sacramentocprcertification.com/course-catalog/aha-cpr-first-aid-class/

 

Sacramento CPR Classes
Hyatt Place
10744 Gold Center Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
Phone: 916-623-4684
www.sacramentocpcertification.com

Lots of Free Parking
Distance from Folsom: 9 miles
Distance from Elk Grove: 15 miles

Folsom, CA American Heart Association CPR classes

Date: November 2nd, 2013

Time: From 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Cost: $70

 

AHA CPR in Folsom

 

The American Heart Association CPR/AED class is 3 hours long. The class covers Adult, Child and Infant CPR, choke saving, and how to use the AED (Advanced External Defibrillator). For more information or to sign up for the class, please click on the following link: https://www.sacramentocprcertification.com/course-catalog/aha-cpr-class/

 

Sacramento Classroom Location
Hyatt Place in Rancho Cordova
Lots of free parking!
10744 Gold Center Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
916-623-4684
https://www.sacramentocprcertification.com


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Heart Attack Warning Signs

BLS CPR Courses are taught in Rancho Cordova

Learn the Signs of a Heart Attack.

Every year, 1 in 4 deaths in the United States is attributed to heart disease and heart attacks. Often the symptoms are confused with other illnesses, making it difficult to detect symptoms. However, there are a few heart attack warnings to watch out for, which if detected and treated early, may prevent a full blown heart attack.

Discomfort in the Chest

Many heart attacks begin with discomfort in the chest. This can either be a mild fullness feeling or a painful squeezing or uncomfortable pressure. Those who have suffered heart attack often describe the discomfort in the chest area as a gradual, intense pressure. The tightness in the chest may last more than 5 minutes and may also move to the upper back area.

Dizziness or Lightheadedness

Heart attack patients also experience a dizziness or lightheadedness which feels a bit like they are going to pass out. Although this is not always a symptom indicative of a heart attack, it is an indication of something which needs to be investigated by a medical professional. This is often a symptom of heart disease or heart attack that is ignored or overlooked.

Arm Pain

Pain in the arm is probably the most well known symptom of heart of attack. This pain often occurs in the left arm but can occur in either. Unfamiliar pain in the left side of the body, anywhere from the shoulder to the elbow, may be a symptom of heart attack.

Many heart attacks occur without any symptoms and are known as “silent” heart attacks. If any of these heart attack warnings are experienced, it is important to consult with a medical professional. If you suspect someone is having a heart attack, immediately call 911 and be prepared to perform CPR. The American Heart Association has designed training courses to prepare the public on how to save someone suffering from a heart attack.