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BLS Service

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What is BLS Service?

The emergency procedure known as BLS, or basic life support, is done when a person has a cardiac arrest, airway obstruction, or respiratory arrest.


BLS includes CPR, which involves starting artificial ventilation and circulation for a person who is not breathing or has no pulse.


With the help of basic life support services, maintaining circulation and ventilation will decrease the likelihood that the person will sustain brain damage and increase the possibility that their life will be saved.​


  • Consultative approach to meeting our clients' workforce needs

  • Regular customer check-ins ensure continuous quality assurance.

  • Extensive screening, testing, certification, selection, and placement ensure the best clinicians.

  • Dedicated credentialing staff to verify clinician files and credential compliance.

  • Staffing and clinical assistance are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

What does this course offer?

The American Heart Association (AHA) offers a CPR course that teaches the techniques for performing CPR on adults, children, and infants.


These techniques include performing effective compressions, using a bag-mask device, using an automated external defibrillator (AED), and assisting a victim of any age who is choking.

This course delves deeper into the medical terminology portion that all healthcare employees must complete before entering the industry. After completing this course, you will obtain a certification completion card, which satisfies the requirements for positions in healthcare that call for BLS certification.


Basic Cardiac Life Support Chain of Survival 

You should immediately carry out the first three stages of the chain of survival under the 2020 American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care:

  • Activate the emergency response system to recognize the situation. If you see someone collapse suddenly and then lose consciousness, call 911 immediately to start BLS. Ask a close bystander to locate an AED.

  • Start providing high-quality CPR right now — Start chest compressions at a depth of 2 to 2.4 inches and a rate of 100 to 120 per minute.

  • As soon as the AED arrives, apply the pads to the victim's exposed chest, turn on the machine, and follow the on-screen instructions for rapid defibrillation. The AED will deliver a shock if necessary


Our certification, teaching modules, and exceptional support may assist you in providing excellent patient care in any emergency. Contact us right away to learn more about BLS service.


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