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If you know that you will need additional certifications in the future, you can save money by purchasing the classes together. Remember, there is no time limit on taking and passing the exam. You can purchase all the classes you need and take the tests on your own time.
Our BLS course, ACLS course and PALS course are all accepted in every state of the United States for ACLS, PALS, and BCLS certification, NYC and the rest of New York included. They are also accepted in most international countries and regions. If for whatever reason you purchase a course and it is not accepted, we offer a 100% money back guarantee for the first 60 days on any of our courses for ACLS, PALS, or BLS certification. NYC residents will not have to worry about spending money on benefits they will not ever enjoy.
The team at the online ACLS Training Center works hard to stay up to date with new cardiac-related information and practices for BLS, PALS, and ACLS recertification.
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Once you have passed the test, you will immediately be able to download an instant provider eCard that proves your ACLS, BLS or PALS certification. NYC residents are also covered by this offer. Upon request, We will also mail you a physical certificate within one business day. Those who are in an extreme hurry can request next-day shipping of their hard copy provider certificate at an additional cost.
These facts are all related to cardiovascular problems and are good for any New York ACLS, PALS or BLS certified professional to know. Data has been aggregated from recent health reports conducted by federal/state agencies and affiliates.
New York has the highest life expectancy in the Northeastern Region of the United States at eighty and a half years (80.4). The regional average is about seventy-nine (79) years.
Despite this, New Yorkers experience the highest rate of cardiovascular related deaths in the region. For every 100,000 residents of New York, approximately two hundred and eighty-nine (289) die from cardiovascular related issues. Although this is bad for the northeastern region, compared to the rest of the nation, New York does well in this category.
Finally, fourteen point seven percent (14.7%) of the adults in New York report that they are in poor to fair health. New York ties with New Jersey in this category.
Ross Cagan, from the Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, and colleagues found when using the fruit fly model “our study shows that sugar activates oncogenes in the tumor, which then promote insulin sensitivity, meaning that the exorbitant glucose levels in the blood pour into the tumor, having nowhere else to go in the insulin-resistant body.”
https://primeinc.org/simulation/simclinic-managing-obesity. See also Metabolic Syndrome https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metabolic_syndrome and sugar consumption.
The American Heart Association name is owned by American Heart Association, Inc. ACLS Training Center has no affiliation with American Heart Association.
Feb 23, 2021 -- Salvatore Sgroi was working at a Home Depot on Staten Island when he collapsed in the parking lot. Luckily, there were two NYPD officers, Dominick Ciaravino and Jason Milman, nearby. They came across his lifeless body. They instantly started providing CPR. They provided chest compressions for almost 7-10 minutes until paramedics arrived. EMS then took him to the hospital. Doctors say that CPR helped to save his life.
May 14, 2020 -- Jayden Hardowar came down with a mild fever and recovered but shortly after that he had an upset stomach and three days later collapsed. Jayden's 15-year-old brother started providing CPR that helped in keeping Jayden alive until paramedics arrived. They then used a defibrillator to revive him. Afterward, he was taken to the hospital.
May 14, 2020 -- "Jayden Hardowar, an 8-year-old boy has a mild fever in late April and showing he is recovering, but after Jayden had stomach upset and after three days he collapsed, his brother Tyron rescued his brother and perform CPR right away, where he learned during his Boy Scout days and continued to perform the CPR until the responders arrived. His father told that they thought Jayden is covering from the coronavirus-related condition, and get shocked by what happened to his son. Luckily, Tyron set aside his nervousness and focused on what he needs to do to keep his brother alive. According to his father, Jayden is now at home recovering. He tested negative to Corona Virus but positive to antibodies. And said that to look out at kids and all the symptoms that come along and to take it seriously."
Jun 15, 2019 -- A New York advertising agency and an organization called the United State of Women have produced "Womanikin", a mannequin with breasts so that CPR can be performed on women. A 2017 research study reported that only a very small percentage of women receive CPR in public because responders are careful about touching the female victim's breasts. The organization is asking why we still use this outdated method of learning CPR on male mannequins. It's time to update this life-saving process and let people get used to performing CPR on women to save their lives. This will also encourage men to perform CPR on women and not hesitate to do this in public.
Mar 28, 2018 -- A new tool arrived at Oswego's fire department, it's called AutoPulse, a device designed to perform automatic chest compressions "It would take 3-5 volunteer firefighters to do steady, high-quality chest compressions for up to 90 minutes, and this device can do it automatically," says the chief firefighter Jesse Weigand. The best thing about the unit is that is foldable, allowing the professionals to carry it like a backpack in case they have to climb stairs. Thanks to this new device, firefighters are now able to provide quick assistance and save many more lives.
Jun 29, 2017 -- Ryan Reynolds is known as the famous actor who portrayed famous comic book hero Deadpool but little did people know that he is also an expert at CPR. He once managed to save his nephew's life after finding her with no signs of life and applying rescue breathings and chest compressions to the toddler. He is now taking a refresher child CPR course so he can be prepared if something happens to his 2 kids.
Apr 09, 2017 -- Zahrah Ibrahim a 17 years old college student is being praised by her friends and teachers after she managed to save her grandmother from the clutches of death. Graciela Perlaza was found by Zarah laying lifeless on the grounds of the Calhoun Gym. The heroic college girl jumped to help by performing CPR on the 78-year-old woman “I knew I had to do CPR,” Ibrahim said. “At first I was like, ‘I can’t.’ But my dad encouraged me and said you have to do it because no one else knew how.” She started doing rescue breathings and chest compressions remembering the song "stayin' alive" by the BeeGees. The grandmother was taken to a hospital where she recovered “I think as a parent, I couldn’t be any more proud of my daughter than I am right now,” said her father.
Jan 04, 2017 -- A woman was working out at a Latham local gym when she suddenly fell ill and collapse on top of an elliptical bycicle. Fortunately, a group of staff members quickly rushed to help her, took her vitals and inmediatly called for 911. An EMT worker, Bill Gardner, was on the scene and quickly assisted the group by providing CPR to the woman while waiting for the ambulance to arrive. Ryan Laughlin, a trainer and CPR certified also helped by bringing and AED. The ambulance arrived in a matter of minutes and tookt he woman to the nearest hospital.
Dec 28, 2016 -- Bill Malcolm was an experienced firefighter who was playing a regular game of golf when he suffered a sudden heart attack that knocked him concious to the ground. Luckily a worker was nearby, Andy Cox saw what happened and jumped to the rescue. He started doing CPR maneuvers waiting for the EMT to arrive, he also used a defibrillator to jump start the man's heart. Paramedics arrived on time to provide assistance. Bill Malcolm is now safe and sound and he is thankful for all the help provided.
Oct 20, 2016 -- It was thanks to a math teacher, Amy Spears, that a child managed to successfully recover from a seizure. The teacher saw a girl collapse at Louis Armstrong Middle School. The student started convulsing and stopped breathing. Amy quickly jumped into action and began administering CPR and urging people to call 911. Another teacher arrived with a AED and gave a shock to the dying girl just in time for EMTs to arrive and take her to the hospital.
Oct 15, 2016 -- It was a hectic day for officers Felix Baez and Giovanni Laguna. They were having a regular work day patrolling the Bronx when they noticed a woman crying and running all around the neighborhood. She carried a little child by her arms and the two heroic policemen ran by her side to check what was going on. The little kid had no clear life sign, so the officers began doing CPR on the little 1-year-old girl. It was a scary minute until the child managed to open her eyes, she was quickly taken to a nearby hospital in order to stabilize her. She is now enjoying her life and the mother is thankful for such an heroic deed.
Aug 03, 2016 -- An O'Connell Electric saw a co-worker inside a manhole working on the lines go limp. The electrocuted worker was pulled out by others and they began CPR. They also used an automated external defibrillator. O'Connell Electric workers were able to revive their co-worker. The Rochester Fire Department Chief stated that when firefighters arrived the man's co-workers were actively performing CPR trying to revive their injured partner.The 28-year-old was taken to a nearby hospital.
Jul 21, 2016 -- Lifeguards and siblings Sean and Meg Tuthill helped to save a man's life after he nearly drowned while snorkeling. Sean got the man first and pulled him out of the water. Then, he and his sister began CPR on the man. They kept at it until paramedics arrived at the beach. The man they rescued has made a full recovery.
Jul 08, 2016 -- A Marlboro lady left her 10-month-old daughter unsupervised in the bathtub "for a baseless measure of time," which "at last created the infant to drown," Her mother was captured for criminally careless murder. As per a police public statement, an examination observed that Pagan expected to give her daughter a shower, however "intentionally left the restroom and infant unsupervised" while the bathtub was loading with water, and the infant drowned at roughly 7:34 p.m. After arriving home from work, the father found the child and endeavored CPR. After being transported to St. Luke's Hospital in Newburgh, she was reported dead, as per police.
Jun 30, 2016 -- A team of officers were patrolling when a call came in for a man who had collapsed. Luckily, the Officers Chad Blinn and Charles Langlois were nearby and rushed to the scene. Upon arrival they began CPR. The assistant chief Charles Dobson also heard the call and rushed to help. He and Blinn made use of one of the standard AED machines each patrol units carry in order to bring the man back to life. The three officers were recognized for their efforts in saving a life.
Jun 23, 2016 -- Chelsea Noe, paramedic, was driving to an appointment when she noticed State Trooper Ian Henry pulling an unconscious man out of his car. The two performed CPR on Robert Guynup and also made use of a defibrilator. First responders then arrived on scene to transport Guynup to the hospital. Noe says she was happy to be able to help and give Guynup a second chance at life.
Apr 28, 2016 -- Officers Roland Benson and Kevin Preiss were on a separate call when they were flagged down by a group of cab drivers. Officers learned that Sase N. Singh was experiencing a heart attack and quickly went to assist. The officers checked Singh, and after they were unable to find a pulse, started CPR. Singh responded and started gasping, letting the officers know that things were moving in the right direction. The officers took him to the hospital where he recovered.
Mar 04, 2016 -- Virginia Marotta was out to dinner with her husband after a doctor's appointment. After their meal, Marotta collapsed on the sidewalk. Luckily, 2 RNs were in the restaurant, saw the incident and rushed to her aid. One of the nurses is Marotta's daughter's friend, Vera Elmanzi. The other nurse wished not to be named. The nurses performed CPR while others flagged down an ambulance passing by. Marotta was rushed to the hospital where she was given treatment for a shattered hip in the fall and she also had a pacemaker installed. She is now recovering.
Jan 26, 2016 -- Morris Holmes was the name of the man that was thankful for having his life saved by a pair of first responders. It all happened at Rochester county where Holmes suffered from a cardiac arrest, that is when people started calling for help and 911 and in less than a minute a group from the Fire and Police department came to help by providing CPR maneuvers until an ambulance arrived to take the man to the nearest medical center.
Oct 19, 2015 -- "Several hours into a transatlantic flight from Spain to the United States, a 2-year-old boy began to experience a terrifying asthma attack. Guru found the child’s oxygen level was dipping to a dangerous level. Luckily, there was a hero onboard the flight with just the right amount of quick-thinking skills and medical expertise to save the boy. Khurshid Guru, director of Robotic Surgery at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute. His parents scrambled for the inhaler before realizing they accidentally packed his medication in their checked luggage."
Oct 15, 2015 -- DailyMail on Facebook Hudson's mother Darnell Donnerson and brother Jason were found shot dead in their Chicago home in October 2008, and the body of her 7-year-old nephew Julian was found just days later. The Oscar and Grammy-winning singer spoke with Glamour and revealed that it was her son David, 6, who helped her through the most difficult time of her life when her mother, brother and nephew were murdered by her sister's estranged husband.
Jul 13, 2015 -- A boy was leisurely eating grapes when one lodged in his airway, preventing him from breathing. He was choking and he was desperate for help. His sister was close by, and she ran to him to assess his situation. Using her knowledge of CPR and other life-saving maneuvers that she learned in school, she quickly went behind her brother to perform the Heimlich maneuver. He was flailing and was expressing a distinct panic because of his predicament, but his sister was well-rounded and was able to pull out the fruit from his throat. Learning about CPR and basic life support will enable students to act calmly in such situations.
Jul 10, 2015 -- Lou Bloechl and his family were about to enjoy a Fourth of July custom of watching baseball and fireworks. He was in his son’s car, ready to have a great Independence Day, when suddenly his heart stopped and he lost consciousness. His son immediately sought help from some of the people who were in close proximity to them. Several baseball fans who were on their way to the game stopped to assist the ailing gentlemen. A pair of retired nurses coached the ones who helped with cardiopulmonary resuscitation, while the emergency personnel were hailed. Lou survived that gruesome event and was thankful.
May 04, 2015 -- JJ Pesany was just playing on the athletic field of the Lancaster High School when he received an electric shock from a portable goal post. Luckily, detective Keith Kerl heard the emergency call and rushed to the scene. He administered CPR to the boy who went into cardiac arrest. He also had a defibrillator with him, which he used on Pesany before the boy was transported to the local hospital. The family is grateful to Kerl, but the detective wanted something from them. He wished that they would get CPR training and be certified by the local fire hall. True to their promise, JJ, his family and 20 of his teammates from the school got their CPR AED Course Completion cards in a matter of weeks after the incident.
Feb 25, 2015 -- The American Heart Association (AHA) is helping young people from a Staten Island high school to develop a life-saving initiative with their CPR Smart program. It is a program that essentially teaches students how to perform hands-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation, so that they may be able to use such knowledge and skills in real-life situations. An AHA Representative encouraged students to be vigilant in recognizing signs and symptoms of a cardiac arrest and be more than willing to help, until medical personnel is within reach. In the United States, an estimated 325,000 cardiac arrests occur annually outside of hospitals. The majority of victims, about 90% of the total number, do not survive, most likely because of the late administration of CPR. The AHA hopes this would be a driving force for people to do their part in the rescue and reviving.
Feb 04, 2015 -- Several people were at the right place at the right time when an 87-year-old man had a heart attack and collapsed while shoveling. A mail carrier was flagged down by a woman and he immediately saw the man lying in the driveway. He did not know how to do CPR but he did chest compressions on the elderly man. He spotted a neighbor and asked him if he knows CPR. Luckily, the neighbor did know how to do CPR and another neighbor helped by resuscitating the victim. Due to everyone’s effort, along with the rescue squad, the elderly man is now recovering at a hospital.
Jan 27, 2015 -- A 48-year-old man was lucky to be playing in a basketball game where an off-duty state trooper and a high school football coach were present. The man became unconscious after he collapsed on the floor, not breathing. The state trooper performed CPR right away and the high school football coach ran to get the automated external defibrillator. Together, they were able to revive the man by using the AED and administering CPR. The victim, already conscious and talking by the time Camden Ambulance arrived, had no recollection of what happened. He was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Utica.
Dec 30, 2014 -- Early Christmas morning, a horrible incident took place in a mobile home. The house was on fire and two people were trapped inside. Firefighters were able to save the first man who was semi-conscious but the second victim needed more help. When the second victim was brought outside, he was not breathing. The firefighters immediately began CPR and for five minutes, gave compressions to the victim. By the time an ambulance arrived, the rescuers had already felt a pulse. The two victims were brought to the same hospital. They received the best Christmas gift that day – a second chance at life.
Sep 04, 2014 -- The victim is a 47-year-old that works as a crew member on a dredging vessel. He went into cardiac arrest aboard the ship. The crew immediately began CPR and FDNY dispatched medical personnel on board the vessel. Together with the Coast Guard and NYPD Harbor, FDNY Marine units responded to the alert for help. A bucket was brought down to the victim by an NYPD rescue helicopter. Chest compressions were continued the entire time as the victim was being airlifted and inside the helicopter. He was brought to Staten Island University South with a pulse although he was listed in critical condition.
Aug 26, 2014 -- A former Army Ranger was literally at the right place at the right time when he heard on his radio about an emergency. He happened to be just outside the family’s home, checking for speeding motorists. He wasted no time in responding to the emergency and found the parents and their baby who had stopped breathing and was turning blue. After assessing the situation, he quickly administered light chest compressions on the infant as the desperate parents looked on. Shortly after, the baby was responsive and was already breathing on her own when EMS workers arrived. The parents are now hailing the officer as their hero.
Jun 04, 2014 -- Michael Kiernan was traveling on the southbound A Train when he had experienced cardiac arrest and gone unconscious. Dr. Sonia Tolani saw the incident happen and moved towards Kiernan to apply CPR, while other passengers called 911 to alert paramedics about the situation. A retired cop, Toni Medaglia also applied his CPR knowledge. At 59th Street, paramedics arrived and hauled Kiernan out of the train and into an ambulance. Luckily, the train has an AED defibrillator and was able to shock the victim’s heart back into rhythm. Kiernan was able to recover fully, thanks to the strangers on the train who saved his life.