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CPR: History and How To - Part 2

Posted on Jul 3, 2018 10:52:43 AM by Laura Dravenstott in water safety tips, in safety, in CPR

Though there are many organizations that review the steps of CPR and ECC (Emergency Cardiovascular Care), the basic steps are consistent. Training is always recommended, but it’s noteworthy that “The American Heart Association recommends that everyone — untrained bystanders and medical personnel alike — begin CPR with chest compressions.  It's far better to do something than to do nothing at all if you're fearful that your knowledge or abilities aren't 100 percent complete. Remember, the difference between your doing something and doing nothing could be someone's life.”  - MayoClinic.org 

Here is advice on how to perform CPR from the American Heart Association (as listed on the Mayo Clinic site):

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CPR: History and How To - Part 1

Posted on Jun 28, 2018 9:37:38 AM by Laura Dravenstott in water safety tips, in safety, in CPR

As summer moves into high gear with many families participating in water activities, it’s important to remember water safety and lifesaving measures. One important life-saving skill is Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation or CPR. CPR is most commonly used in the event of cardiac arrest and/or drowning, and it allows a bystander to manually help circulate oxygenated blood throughout the body of the injured person, preserving brain function until medical help arrives. It’s a basic but proven first aid skill used throughout the world, saving approximately 92,000 lives each year.

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To Our SafeSplash Houston Family: Our Hearts are with Houston

Posted on Aug 29, 2017 5:50:00 PM by Dorian Capers in SafeSplash, in Family, in Nature, in safety, in Houston, Texas, in SwimLabs

Due to Hurricane Harvey, our SafeSplash Houston sister schools will be closed through Labor Day. The safety of all our swimmers is of the most importance, and we hope our Houston swim family stays safe during the storm. SafeSplash and SwimLabs have not been sister schools for a very long time but our thoughts are with them during this trying time. 

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