When you're in a medical emergency, time is not on your side. That's why at Narcosis, we train you to be ready for medical emergencies quickly, efficiently, and confidently, both above and below the water. We also offer real-world, high-stakes experience when it comes to responding to medical emergencies. You can trust that our training is effective because our methods have worked in some of the most dire circumstances imaginable and saved lives all over the world.
You'll learn how to rapidly assess the extent of an injury and determine the best course of action. Our courses are tailored to individuals or groups who need to know what to do when seconds count—such as lifeguards, wilderness guides, or cave explorers—but anyone can benefit from knowing how to respond in a medical emergency.
Whether you're leading an expedition through Bolivia or just want to make sure you know what to do if a friend starts choking on a peanut during a party at your house, we'll give you the tools you need to save lives.
Narcosis offers three different types of medical courses.
Adult and child emergency care course
This course is cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), first aid, and automated external defibrillator (AED) use combined into one program. It is designed to teach the techniques to administer CPR, first aid, and utilize an AED in emergency situations involving infants, children, and adults.
Bloodborne pathogens course
This OSHA and ILCOR compliant course is intended to teach users about pathogens that can be encountered through bodily fluids. This course meets workplace requirements for individuals with a reasonable risk of encountering fluid interactions.
Oxygen administration course
This course is intended to teach emergency oxygen (O2) administration. This program covers equipment and procedures for administrating oxygen as an emergency procedure. Equipment selection and use for decompression illness emergencies are detailed with practical components to train a well rounded rescuer.