ACLS Certification Guide

ACLS Certification Guide

500 - 1,000 downloads

Add this app to your lists
The ACLS Certification Guide app is a preparation study aid for the Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification exam. Extensive medical knowledge and rigorous hands-on training and practice are required to master the Heart Association's ACLS protocol of clinical interventions for the urgent treatment.

Reinforce more than 500 key concepts and improve recall memory in 9 learning modules sections of multiple-choice quiz, flashcards and glossary content. Other interactive features include:

- Create your own flashcards, multiple-choice and glossary
- Send multiple-choice quiz questions to friends
- Post score for global ranking
- Keep up to date with latest news and articles with the
Medical New Feed

Nine (9) learning modules:
ECG EKG Rhythm
ACLS Pharmacology
ACLS Drug Dose
Tachycardia Algorithm
Bradycardia Algorithm
Pulseless Arrest Algorithm
Algorithm Cases
Respiratory Arrest
Stroke

Qualified health care providers (e.g. physicians, paramedics, nurses, respiratory therapists, clinical pharmacists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and other specially trained health care providers) can provide ACLS, as it requires the ability to manage the patient's airway, initiate IV access, read and interpret electrocardiograms, and understand emergency pharmacology.

Keywords
BLS, Life Support, EMT, EMS, paramedic, fireman, emergency, ambulance, medical, quiz, NREMT, trauma

Tags: acls bradycardia algorithm, certification books, certification book, advanced cardiac life support algorithms, 102 certification, le quattro i e le quattro t acls, free acls training, advanced cardiovascular life support (acls) mcq questions, acls mcq, acls.

Recently changed in this version

- Improved Interface
- New Look!
- Keep up to date with latest news and articles with the
Medical News Feed


Comments and ratings for ACLS Certification Guide
  • (51 stars)

    by A Google User on 19/04/2012

    When opened the app, the font was so small that you can't read nor see the images.