ACT American CPR Training

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ACT American CPR Training
ACT American CPR Training is listed in the First Aid Instruction category in Carlsbad, California. Displayed below are the social networks for ACT American CPR Training which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of ACT American CPR Training on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 93.

Contact information for ACT American CPR Training is:
701 Palomar Airport Rd
Carlsbad, CA 92011
(760) 931-4855

"ACT American CPR Training" - ZapScore Report

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ACT American CPR Training has an overall ZapScore of 93. This means that ACT American CPR Training has a higher ZapScore than 93% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Carlsbad, California is 45 and in the First Aid Instruction category is 41. Learn more about ZapScore

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If You’re Gonna Die… Be Near a americancpr.com/blog/1331/cpr-…

A new study says that CPR performed by males is more effective than CPR performed by females. A new study conducted by the University of Basel and University Hospital Basel, Switzerland found that women simply aren’t as effective as men are with cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Influence of Gender on the Performance of Cardiopulmonary Rescue Teams: A Randomized, Prospective Simulator Study. The project studied the differences between women and men in the execution of CPR as well as their leadership skills during the lifesaving procedure. [ 400 more words ] http://www.americancpr.com/blog/1331/cpr-training/if-youre-gonna-die-be-near-a-guy.html
A new study says that CPR performed by males is more effective than CPR performed by females.A new study conducted by the University of Basel and University Hospital Basel, Switzerland found that women simply aren’t as effective as men are with cardiopulmonary resuscitation.Influence of Gender o...


On this date in 1931, New York's Empire State Building opened. It was built by John Jakob Raskob of General Motors, and was the result of his competition with Walter Chrysler of the Chrysler Corporation to see who could erect the taller building. Standing 1,250 feet high from ground to roof, it surpassed the 1,046-foot Chrysler Building as the world's tallest skyscraper. [ 44 more words ] http://www.americancpr.com/blog/1326/uncategorized/empirical.html
American CPR Training™… Nationwide CPR, First Aid, AED, BloodBorne Pathogen Training, OSHA Safety… The most convenient, entertaining, and cost-effective alternative for CPR training, First Aid training classes, AED training courses, even Bloodborne Pathogens and most other OSHA Safety training class...


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National Volunteer Week americancpr.com/blog/1320/odd-…

Volunteering is near and dear to us, and many of our thousands of Instructors volunteer their services to make communities safer in many ways. National Volunteer Week is coming up April 23-29, brought to you by Points of Light, is an opportunity to recognize and thank volunteers who lend their time, talent, voice and support to causes they care about in their community. [ 89 more words ] http://www.americancpr.com/blog/1320/odd-bits-of-news-trivia/national-volunteer-week.html
Volunteering is near and dear to us, and many of our thousands of Instructors volunteer their services to make communities safer in many ways.National Volunteer Week is coming up April 23-29, brought to you by Points of Light, is an opportunity to recognize and thank volunteers who lend their time.....


How Healthy is Your Home Town? americancpr.com/blog/1316/heal…

Where you live affects your health in many ways - the climate, the air quality, even the lifestyles of those around you can influence your own habits and health... The CDC and its partners released a website that provides first-of-its-kind, neighborhood-level health data for the 500 largest US cities. The 500 Cities project provides data on 5 risk behaviors, 13 health outcomes, and 9 prevention practices for the most common, costly, and preventable chronic diseases. [ 38 more words ] http://www.americancpr.com/blog/1316/health-news/how-healthy-is-your-home-town.html
Where you live affects your health in many ways - the climate, the air quality, even the lifestyles of those around you can influence your own habits and health...The CDC and its partners released a website that provides first-of-its-kind, neighborhood-level health data for the 500 largest US citie....