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We are dedicated to bringing you the latest information on developments that impact our field. The National CPR Association blog is packed with useful information and trending news about the latest medical developments that impact you and your career.


We seek to educate and inform the public and health care professionals about news related to CPR/AED, Blood Borne Pathogens and First Aid. Our goal is providing you with an industry leading resource on not only items related to our training and certification, but also important lifesaving topics. We encourage our members to use social media to link to and share our stories.


Please check back often to see our additional blog updates. If you have a related topic that you would like to see us cover on the National CPR Association blog, please send us an email at support@nationalcprassociation.com.


Click below to read a few of our latest blog entries.

ACLS Algorithms to Remember

Posted On November 15, 2017

Regardless of what type of learner you are, the one thing you need to learn your ACLS algorithms is the actual algorithms!  Here we have provided them for you in one easy point of reference.   Having an understanding of ACLS algorithms is essential to passing your Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certification exam. While there are also many other Read more

The Answers to your Zika Questions

Posted On November 8, 2017

Worried about Zika? Have questions about the virus, its transmission, and the dangers it poses? We’ve got the basic rundown on Zika, its risks, and the additional issues surrounding this disease.   Ever since the Zika virus appeared in Brazil in 2013, seemingly everyone has been searching for information on the virus to help them understand what it is. It Read more

The Importance of Personal Health for Medical Professionals

Posted On November 1, 2017

A lunch break or an exercise session may seem like something there is no time for – but in reality, taking the time for your needs can lead to better productivity and a more mentally alert day. “I want to eat lunch and work out, but I just don’t have the time” It’s one thing to say that you want Read more
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