WorldPoint is an authorized distributor of the American Heart Association (AHA) and offers a comprehensive line of CPR and healthcare training products. The company was founded in 1996 in Illinois, United States.
The company looks to design and manufacture training supplies, CPR manikins and AED training, skill training and simulation products, rescue products, and personal protective equipment. Some of these products include barrier devices, bleeding control, gloves, and accessories such as bags, stopwatches, apparel, and more. They partner with brands such as Dynarex and Microflex to provide supplies to their customers.
Due to the outbreak of the novel COVID-19, coronavirus, WorldPoint has created a resource hub to assist and to demonstrate the importance of the health and well being of healthcare providers. They are partnered with the American Heart Association to provide online demonstrations, trainings, and other resources.
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Documentaries, videos and podcasts
Illinois, United States
medical equipment and devices
- HealthcareDiagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease, illness, and injury
- Personal protective equipmentPersonal protective equipment is equipment worn to minimize exposure to workplace hazards that can lead to injuries and illnesses
- RespiratorDevice designed to protect the wearer from inhaling harmful dusts, fumes, vapors, or gases
- Cluster: COVID-19A cluster of topics related to COVID-19. COVID-19 is the abbreviated name for coronavirus disease 2019, a respiratory disease caused by a novel coronavirus strain called SARS-CoV-2. COVID-19 was first detected in Wuhan City, China and the outbreak was declared a pandemic on March 11, 2020 by the WHO.
- CoronavirusCDC Coronavirus: Coronaviruses are common throughout the world. They can infect people and animals. Five different coronaviruses can infect people and make them sick. They usually cause mild to moderate upper-respiratory illness.