Category Archives: CPR Protective Gear
By SureFire CPR | Published: October 21, 2011
CPR Keychain Masks help protect students and encourage bystander CPR! Check out this week's blog post to see how KeyChainMask.com is helping businesses nationwide protect their students!
By SureFire CPR | Published: August 18, 2011
CPR has been around for decades, but that hasn’t stopped medical experts from trying to perfect it or supplement the technique with new technological advances. Want to know more about new CPR supplements? Check out the SureFire CPR Blog!
By SureFire CPR | Published: September 13, 2010
In last week’s post, we reviewed the 3 things that are most important to choosing a CPR manikin: Durability, Cleanliness, and Price. In this week’s post, we will give the “no brainer” award to the top CPR Dummy on the market.
By SureFire CPR | Published: September 6, 2010
CPR manikins are something that is rarely thought about until you are going in to put your lips on one. What makes the best manikin? Are manikins even that big of a part of CPR training? Welcome to our Dummies Guide of CPR Manikins...
By SureFire CPR | Published: August 10, 2010
Did you just finish a CPR Class or First Aid Training? Don't let your certification go to waste! Do you have a First Aid Kit in your car? If not, you should get one... If you do, make sure it has these items in it. This week's blog posting covers the 7 items you must keep in your car for emergencies!
By SureFire CPR | Published: April 26, 2010
In part one of, “If I perform CPR, will I catch a disease?” we talked about the chances of catching a disease from CPR. Now, we will focus on how to decrease your chances even further! Previously we talked about gloves and safety glasses. Now we focus on: CPR Barrier Devices We are going to [...]
By SureFire CPR | Published: April 19, 2010
It’s ok, I’ve thought about it too… If I do CPR will I catch something? Don’t feel bad for thinking that. It’s completely normal. There is a lot of bad stuff out there and the last thing that I want to do is catch a disease that is going to kill me for trying to [...]
By SureFire CPR | Published: April 5, 2010
It’s the late evening and the call comes in. It’s a full arrest. A full arrest means that someone has stopped breathing, have no pulse, and needs CPR. We jump on the fire engine and scream down the street, horn blaring, lights flashing to the house. As we run up the stairs to the back [...]