The PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider Course - Be the one ready to help a fellow diver should the need arise by becoming a PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider.  Breathe easy - knowing that you know how to recognize illnesses treatable by emergency oxygen. Being the best buddy you can be means being prepared especially in a time of need.

You learn how to
    * Recognize diving illnesses treatable by emergency oxygen
    * Properly setup equipment
    * Administer emergency oxygen

Scuba gear is not necessary to take this course.
The PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider Course
DAN - Oxygen First Aid for Scuba Diving Injuries - DAN's Oxygen First Aid for Scuba Diving Injuries Provider Course was designed to fill the void in oxygen first aid training available for the general diving public.

This course represents entry level training designed to educate the general diving (and qualified non-diving) public in recognizing possible dive related injuries and providing emergency oxygen first aid while activating the local emergency medical services (EMS) and/or arranging for evacuation to the nearest available medical facility.

In DAN's most recent dive accident record, less than 33% of injured divers received emergency oxygen in the field. Few of those received oxygen concentrations approaching the recommended 100%. DAN and all major diving instructional agencies recommend that all divers be qualified to provide 100% oxygen in the field to those injured in a dive accident.
DAN - Advanced Oxygen First Aid for Scuba Diving Injuries - This module, Advanced Oxygen First Aid for Scuba Diving Injuries, is an advanced-level program that provides additional training for those individuals who have successfully completed the DAN Oxygen First Aid for Scuba Diving Injuries course within the past year (12 months). It is designed to train DAN Oxygen Providers to use the MTV-100 or a Bag Valve Mask (BVM) while providing care for a non-breathing injured diver and activating the local emergency medical services (EMS) and / or arranging for evacuation to the nearest available medical facility.

    * Rescue breathing with supplemental oxygen delivers upwards of 50 percent inspired oxygen when performed correctly. However, using an MTV-100 or Bag Valve Mask with oxygen can deliver nearly 100 percent inspired oxygen to a non-breathing injured diver.
    * When supplemental oxygen is not available, a Bag Valve Mask can deliver 21 percent oxygen as compared to 16 percent with rescue breathing without supplemental oxygen. The MTV-100 does not work without an oxygen supply.

This is not a stand-alone program. It is intended to train current DAN Oxygen Providers to administer oxygen using advanced-level skills.
Advanced Oxygen First Aid for Scuba Diving Injuries
DAN - Oxygen First Aid for Scuba Diving Injuries
Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR)teaches participants how to respond to life-threatening emergencies. The course focuses on primary care through a combination of knowledge development, skill development and realistic scenario practice to make sure participants have the confidence in their ability to provide care when emergency situations arise. Primary Care (CPR) skills taught in this course:

* Scene Safety Assessment Universal Precautions - Communicable Disease Protection, including barrier use, Primary Assessment, Rescue Breathing, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Conscious and Unconscious Obstructed Airway Management, Serious Bleeding Management, Shock Management and Spinal Injury Management.
* Recommended Skills
* Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training
Emergency First Response Primary Care
Emergency First Response Secondary Care (First Aid) Course Content - Emergency First Response Secondary Care (first aid) covers injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life threatening. Participants focus on secondary assessment and first aid through knowledge development, skill development and realistic scenario practice.

Secondary Skills taught in this course:
    * Injury Assessment
    * Illness Assessment
    * Bandaging
    * Splinting for Dislocations and Fractures

Includes Reference Section on the following topics:

Allergic Reactions, Bruises, Burns, Chemical Burns, Cuts, Dental Injuries, Diabetic Problems, Dislocations and Fractures, Electrical Injuries, Eye Injuries, Heat Exhaustion, Heatstroke, Hypothermia, Illness Assessment, Injury Assessment, Insect Stings, Poisoning, Scrapes, Seizures, Snake Bites, Spider Bites, Sprains and Strains, Stroke, Temperature Related Injuries, Venomous Bites and Stings, and Illness Assessment Record Sheet.
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