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Yes, CPR can be performed on children and infants using modified techniques. It’s important to receive proper training on how to perform CPR on different age groups to ensure that you are providing effective and safe care.

CPR certification is typically valid for two years before it must be renewed. Some employers may require more frequent renewal, so it’s important to check with your employer or the certifying organization for specific requirements.

Yes, anyone can perform CPR with the proper training. However, it’s important to remember that CPR is most effective when performed by trained healthcare providers who have received more advanced training.

The basic steps of CPR are to check for responsiveness, call for help, perform chest compressions and rescue breathing, and use an automated external defibrillator (AED) if available.

CPR should be performed as soon as possible on a person who is unresponsive and not breathing normally. In general, CPR should be started within 2-3 minutes of a person collapsing to increase their chances of survival.

An online CPR course typically covers basic life support skills, such as recognizing and responding to breathing and cardiac emergencies, performing chest compressions and rescue breathing, using an automated external defibrillator (AED), and providing care for choking victims. Some courses may also cover special topics, such as CPR for infants and children, first aid, and bloodborne pathogens.

Yes, if you pass the written exam and any required practical skills assessments, you will receive a certification indicating that you are qualified to provide CPR. This certification is typically valid for 2 years before it must be renewed.

Yes, most CPR courses require you to pass a written exam at the end of the course. Some courses may also include a practical skills assessment that must be completed in person.

The length of an online CPR course can vary depending on the provider and the level of certification you are seeking. However, most courses can be completed in 1-3 hours.

Yes, many online portals offer CPR courses that can be completed entirely online. These courses typically include interactive modules, video lectures, and practice exams.

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