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BLS Sequence Change

The 2010 AHA ACLS Guidelines put forth a major change in the sequence of steps in basic life support.

General CPR Highlights and Changes

High quality CPR is reemphasized for its primary importance in any resuscitation.

ACLS Primary Survey

ACLS 2010 Guidelines Quiz

Evaluation and Assessment after Each Action

Respiratory Arrest

When a patient ceases to breathe, they are in respiratory arrest. Advanced Cardiac Life Support recognizes respiratory arrest as the absence of any respirations, or ineffective respiration (unable to maintain oxygenation) with a pulse.

H's and T's

It is important to know the H's and T's of ACLS in any scenario. You will be likely to use them when you utilize the ACLS Megacode Simulators.

Pearls and Practical Approach to Wide Complex Tachycardia

ACLS Pearls: Simplified Approach for Analysis of Narrow Complex Tachycardia

ACLS Secondary Survey (Respiratory Arrest)

Pulseless Electrical Activity

Biphasic v. Monophasic

Tachycardia

Airway Management Changes in the 2010-2015 ACLS Guidelines

ACLS 2014 Unofficial Cheat Sheet