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An example of the nature of the Basic Life Support (BLS Study) Guide materials that are provided to you is:

All Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification Courses purchased include our comprehensive BLS PDF Study Guide. Organized within your account, it is accessible to you wherever you access your certification program, and is yours to study within your profile, save to your computer, or even print and take with you!

An example of the nature of the training materials that are provided to you is:

BLS/ CPR (Children 1 year old- puberty)

Key differences from adults:

  • Compression- ventilation ratio
    • 2-rescuers: 15:2
    • 1 rescuer: 30:2 (UNIVERSAL, lone rescuer ratio, except with newly born infants)
  • Compression depth: at least 1/3 depth of chest, ABOUT 2 in (5 cm)
  • Compression technique: may use 1 or 2 handed compressions
  • When to activate ERS:
    • ALONE and did NOT witness arrest: provide 2 mins CPR before ERS activation and obtaining AED/ defibrillator
    • Sudden, witnessed arrest: leave victim, activate ERS, obtain AED/ defibrillator, return to child

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Once you feel comfortable with the materials, and therefore, Basic Life Support (BLS), you will be required to demonstrate your proficiency by taking a 25-question exam. A score of 80% is required to pass the exam. The grading is instant, and your exam results are shown in your account as well as emailed to the email address you have provided. Once you have successfully completed the exam, a digital Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Card is made immediately accessible to you.

Examples of the exam questions that will populate your test are:

Rescue breaths for infants and children should be administered how often?

  1. Every 3 to 5 seconds (12 to 20 breaths per minute)
  2. Every 10 to 12 seconds (5 to 6 breaths per minute)
  3. Every 5 to 6 seconds (10 to 12 breaths per minute)
  4. Every 20 to 30 seconds (2 to 3 breaths per minute)

Where should you attempt to perform a pulse check in a child from 1 year of age to puberty?

  1. Brachial artery
  2. Popliteal artery
  3. Temporal artery
  4. Carotid or Femoral artery

The 2010 AHA Guidelines for CPR recommended BLS sequence of steps are:

  1. Chest compressions, Airway, Breathing
  2. Airway, Breathing, Check Pulse
  3. Airway, Breathing, Chest Compressions
  4. None of the above