Dental CPR Training
In-Pulse CPR is a leader in CPR and BLS certification for dental healthcare professionals. Our publicly offered or private class options will equip your dental team with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage a dental medical emergency.
All dental professionals (including dentists, hygienists and assistants) are required to have a current BLS CPR certification. This certification normally needs to renewed every 1 to 2 years.
Our BLS program meets or exceeds the AGD, ADA, & state dental licensing board BLS training recommendations and/or requirements.
We offer complete CPR training in a fun and educational environment. Our instructors will provide you with more than just the information but will help to instill a confidence that you will be able to handle any emergency. Our classes include CPR for adults, infants, and children. Treatment for an airway obstruction is also given. Included in every class is complete instruction on proper use of an AED.
Upon completion of the class you will receive a 2year certification through the American Heart Association.
All of our American Heart certified instructors come with years of experience in the medical field and offer real life experiences to better understand the importance of CPR training.
In-Pulse CPR would be happy to bring training to your facility at no extra charge. These 4-6 hour classes are offered Monday through Saturday at a time that is convenient to you.
CE (continuing education) credits available
Our BLS for Dental Healthcare Professionals certification course includes the following topics:
Topics covered in BLS CPR classes include:
- Scene Safety
- Using Protective Barriers
- Checking Responsiveness
- Activating EMS
- 1 and 2 person rescue
- Clearing the Airway
- Assisting Unresponsive Patients
- Assisting Choking Patients
- Assessing Breathing
- CPR for Cardiac Arrest
- Automated External Defibrillation (AED) Demonstration
- Adult, child and infant CPR
- Adult, child and infant choking
AED topics include:
- Chain of Survival
- What does an AED do?
- Why you should use caution when using an AED on an infant
- Adding the use of an AED to a CPR emergency
- Basic AED operation and function
- Other considerations in AED use
Our BLS for Dental Healthcare Professionals certification program meets the 2005 ECC standards set by the American Heart Association for BLS certification training. All of our programs also meet or exceed state and national dental board and Academy of General Dentistry requirements, along with the recommendations of the American Dental Hygienists’ Association and the American Dental Association. Our program is an excellent foundation on which to build your knowledge of dental medical emergency management skills.