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CPR/ AED/ Heart Success Stories


CPR/ AED/ first aid is successful!

CPR/ AED/ first aid is successful!
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Check out the following stories.  Then, contact Lifesaver CPR (class scheduling:  214-704-3891) so you can be the next Lifesaver.  Remember, you can only become a Lifesaver if you are emergency prepared because of your CPR/ AED/ First Aid formal class training!


UNT football coach at the 2014 American Heart Association Denton Heart Walk giving his heart story!


“Toddler Found Unconscious in Stream Revived After 101 Minutes of CPR”  (http://ktla.com/2015/03/20/toddler-found-unconscious-in-stream-revived-after-101-minutes-of-cpr/, viewed March 23, 2015) 


CPR saves a life at the Frisco Athletic Center


Here are a lot of success stories in one place!


Read about the research on the effectiveness of the most-up-to-date American Heart Association CPR Guidelines!


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All individuals that schedule with Lifesaver CPR are required to follow Lifesaver CPR's rules found on texascprcourse.com (especially read the "FAQ" page of this website) as well as any applicable rules from the certifying association.

Lifesaver CPR strives for excellent customer service and hopes that you would refer others to learn from Lifesaver CPR in the future as a thank you for the great customer service you received. Your Lifesaver CPR instructor will strive to enhance your confidence in your CPR and first aid skills; this includes answering all of your questions and ensuring that you get the necessary hands-on practice.

American Heart Association Rules! "The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in all AHA courses and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the AHA." --AHA 2012 Program Administration Manuel

Note: As per the American Heart Association, all locations where CPR is taught have to be non-smoking locations.

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