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19 12, 2018

Best Care Practices for Patients with Congestive Heart Failure

By |2018-12-19T05:13:41-08:00December 19th, 2018|ACLS, Advanced Nursing, Education|Comments Off on Best Care Practices for Patients with Congestive Heart Failure

High blood pressure, coronary artery disease and a variety of other heart and blood vessel conditions may gradually cause this condition. However, the most important point for you to consider as you care for patients with this diagnosis is how you can most effectively help them regain their health and avoid sudden death, which become increasingly common with severe CHF.

14 12, 2018

EKG Rhythms: Not for Doctors’ Eyes Only

By |2020-01-01T20:17:05-08:00December 14th, 2018|ACLS, Advanced Nursing, Classes, Education|Comments Off on EKG Rhythms: Not for Doctors’ Eyes Only

One of the most elusive skills for clinicians is learning to read EKGs. Even those who learn to recognize textbook examples at the drop of a hat may suddenly find themselves stumped in a real-life situation. You see, as with many things in the medical world, not all EKG patterns follow textbook examples. However, this [...]

12 12, 2018

Confident Enough to Run a Code

By |2019-06-24T13:38:58-07:00December 12th, 2018|ACLS, Advanced Nursing, Basic Life Support Articles, Education, EMT Training|Comments Off on Confident Enough to Run a Code

Confidence is defined as your ability to rely completely on someone or something. As a health care worker, you need to have confidence in your coworkers, but you also need to have a strong reliance on your own ability. This is called self-confidence. One of the areas in which it is easiest to lack self-confidence [...]

5 12, 2018

Which Team Members Do You Need for a Successful Code?

By |2019-06-24T13:38:43-07:00December 5th, 2018|ACLS, Advanced Nursing, Basic Life Support Articles, CPR Training Articles, Education, EMT Training, Neonatal|Comments Off on Which Team Members Do You Need for a Successful Code?

No matter how your health care organization is run, it definitely has a protocol for codes. Protocols are designed to help the code run smoothly and efficiently and to ensure everything possible is done to save the patient’s life. By ensuring that you and your coworkers are in your correct roles during a code, you [...]

28 11, 2018

Approaching ACLS Renewal with Thoughtfulness and Concern

By |2018-11-13T23:04:35-08:00November 28th, 2018|ACLS, Education|Comments Off on Approaching ACLS Renewal with Thoughtfulness and Concern

If you currently hold an ACLS certification, you must make sure that you renew it regularly to remain compliant with your healthcare organization’s requirements. Your ACLS certification generally lasts two years and does not offer an additional grace period. Rather than looking at this class as a necessary evil, thoughtfully consider how it can actually [...]

14 11, 2018

What is the Difference Between BLS and ACLS?

By |2018-11-13T22:23:11-08:00November 14th, 2018|ACLS, Education|Comments Off on What is the Difference Between BLS and ACLS?

You're having a good shift at the pool. Though the pool is crowded, it's been an uneventful day thus far. But suddenly you spot a drowning child. By the time you get to her, she's not breathing. Thankfully you have been certified in basic life support (BLS) and can resuscitate her before the paramedics arrive. [...]

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