Online ACLS, BLS, and PALS Certification for Columbus Medical Professionals

The 2012 Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index recently bestowed Columbus with an overall well-being rating of 67, which is slightly lower than the average overall score of 67.4 for large metro areas included in the survey. The 2012 population estimate for Columbus is 809,798.

Gallup considered six sub-categories when calculating the overall well-being scores for 190 metropolitan areas. The survey focused on emotional health, physical health, work environment, healthy behavior, life evaluation, and basic access.

Columbus’s 11 percent prevalence of diabetes among its residents in 2012 was worse than the large metro average of 10.3 percent. The occurrence of diabetes among its citizens dropped 2 percent from 2010. In 2012, there was a 28.4 percent rate of obesity among Columbus locals, which was worse than the large metro average rate of 24.7 percent. The occurrence of obesity among the city’s residents dropped .2 percent since 2010.

The frequency (59 percent) at which Columbus residents consumed the daily recommended five servings of fruits and vegetables at least four days a week was better than the large metro area prevalence (58.1 percent). The city’s population that exercised regularly at least three days a week in 30-minute intervals was the same as the large metro average of 52.8 percent.

The percentage of uninsured Columbus residents decreased from 13.8 percent to 11.7 percent from 2010 – 2012. Within that same time period, the frequency of residents’ optimism that the city was becoming a better place to live increased from 57.8 percent to 60.2 percent.

The residents of Columbus can administer emergency care to children by completing a Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) training. The knowledge demonstrated through PALS tests—available on this website—will increase the competence of a provider during a pediatric medical emergency. PALS enhances an individual’s preparedness to administer life-saving care to children and infants during traumatic events like a car crash.

Throughout the duration of the course, PALS instructors teach students how to swiftly assess the state of a patient before taking action. PALS coursework stresses that working together with colleagues is essential during the resuscitation of a child. This training uses material from the American Heart Association (AHA) handbook’s 2010 edition.

Potential PALS providers must first have obtained a strong understanding of Basic Life Support (BLS) before taking the PALS test. BLS testing offered on this website acts as a platform on which to build other more in depth emergency training.

AHA amends guiding principles for BLS as advances in cardiac care occur. Due to this, providers ought to take a BLS refresher class to remain knowledgeable of current practices. One and two person team resuscitations are reviewed in the BLS “Chain of Survival.” Cardiac arrests are responsible the most fatalities worldwide, so this certification will greatly benefit those living in Columbus.

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) incorporates BLS practices when teaching urgent care skills for both cardiac and neurological emergencies.

PALS, BLS and ACLS certifications provide trainings that are critical to surviving life-threatening situations.

Columbus needs more certified ACLS providers!

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