Life support, anaphylaxis and sepsis training
Saving lives in medical emergencies
Working in a GP practice or Primary Care department means a significantly increased chance of staff encountering a life-threatening emergency. Where the first seconds and minutes count, all members of staff should be able to recognise symptoms and be able to start life-saving procedures before specialised assistance arrives.
Complaint with the NHS mandatory curriculum and national guidelines, McLaren Perry’s basic life support training offers practical, hands-on skills and procedures for Primary Care staff.
Length of course: Half day
- Responsibilities in an emergency
- Initial assessment
- Airway maintenance
- Chest compression
- Rescue breathing without compression for casualties with a pulse
- Bag valve mask use
- Recognising symptoms of cardiac arrest, stroke, anaphylaxis and sepsis
- Care of on-site emergency equipment and drugs