ACLS Flash Simulator

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  1. TundraT100

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    That would be helpful. I think ACLS is hard. Hell, half of Maxwell's is dedicated to it. I like active learning methods like that.
     
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    I've been teaching ACLS for about 4 yrs. The only thing that I found that is worthwhile for ACLS was on www.acls.net But it seems that they haven't updated the protocols (they are still doing 3 stacked shocks) But I believe they are updating as we speak. The quizzes are somewhat ok, there are a few odd questions.

    But in response to ACLS, its all about recognition, and repetition. Recognize the rhythm, determine if its stable or unstable, pulse or pulseless, and then its drug-cpr-rhythm check-shock, and repeat!
     

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