FIRST AID EVERYWHERE

Lifesaving CPR and First Aid Training Kit

LIFESAVING TRAINING FOR STUDENTS AND ADULTS

Teens, children, and adults across India can now learn the lifesaving skills of CPR and first aid in just 1 training session. The First Aid Everywhere training kit from the Heart and Stroke Foundation of India teaches CPR, use of an AED (automated external defibrillator), choking relief, and ways to help at roadside emergencies.

Learn lifesaving skills of CPR and first aid

First aid everywhere provides training for

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Cpr
(cardiopulmonary resuscitation)
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Aed
(automated external defibrillator)
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Choking relief
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ways to help at
Roadside Emergencies
BLEEDING CONTROL
BLEEDING CONTROL
Students learn and practice skills on mini manakins

The First Aid Everywhere training kit allows students to learn and practice skills on mini manikins while watching expert demonstrations on a video. This kit includes the training video, educational posters, and mini manikins. The First Aid Everywhere kit is easy to use, portable, convenient to store, and can be used to train up to 10 people.

why first aid must be a priority in india

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98% of people in india are not trained in cpr

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the majority of cardiac arrests happen at home

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80% of roadside accident victims get no emergency care

First aid training improves survival rates for cardiac arrest, strokes, and roadside accidents

Only 2% of people in India are trained in CPR, and most of those trained are healthcare providers. More than 130,000 deaths each year are caused by roadside accidents. Tragically, 80% of these road accident victims receive no emergency medical care. With the First Aid Everywhere training kit, the Heart and Stroke Foundation of India seeks to train more people to help in these life-threatening situations.

The Heart and Stroke Foundation of India
Everyone needs to know how to save life

BUILDING A NATION OF LIFESAVERS

The Heart and Stroke Foundation of India is launching a movement to build a Nation of Lifesavers by training friends and family in first aid and CPR. Most accidents and sudden cardiac arrests happen in places other than hospitals, so the likelihood of you being called on to help save someone you know is high. Everyone needs to know how to save the life of a family member or loved one.