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CPR Class, Louisville | 502-804-6132 | Register Now.

By at June 21, 2014 | 5:16 pm | 0 Comment

If you need a CPR class for healthcare providers or just CPR for the general public, you can register for a local Louisville class at https://acls-bls-louisville.com Here you can see a video of a certified American Heart Association instructor teaching how to use an AED. He takes you step by step through the process of using an AED machine to save a life. Remember, CPR more...

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Microbiology Unknown Lab Report by Taylor Autry

By at June 19, 2014 | 5:55 pm | 1 Comments

Example of a Microbiology Unknown Lab Report by Taylor Autry   Introduction In this paper I will discuss the processes of how I came to find my two unknown bacteria. This will be a vital task to take with me into my profession for many reasons. In the medical field bacteria and infections of different kinds are the core of the practice. These bacteria must be more...

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What is Parkinson’s Disease by Alyssa Crawford

By at June 17, 2014 | 2:16 pm | 0 Comment

Parkinson’s disease is a non-life threatening disease that affects the nervous system; specifically the cells in the brain that produce dopamine and acetylcholine.  It happens when these cells begin to fail. Although the main cause for Parkinson’s disease is unknown, it can sometimes be caused because of the person’s genes, an infection, and toxins, using more...

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× Yes, we are open and holding in-person classes, as well as online classes. We are following the American Heart Association COVID guidelines for best disinfecting practices, as well as limiting our class size.

[WARNING]: Since class sizes are limited, they fill rapidly so register now to ensure your spot. See our course calendar for online registration or contact us directly by phone, live chat or email with questions.

*IMPORTANT NOTE: 100% of CPR Louisville instructors have entirely completed (1) the rigorous and official American Heart Association instructor training and certification process, and (2) the “How to Teach a Stress-Free CPR Class™” classroom and testing training protocol that ensures a superior experience for everyone. In addition, students will receive their AHA Cards the day of class!