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Course Intent: To build on Basic Life Support (BLS) skills to allow healthcare providers to manage cardiac arrest due to ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia.

Course Content:

  • Systematic evaluation of patients over 18 using Basic Life Support, Primary Assessment, and Secondary Assessment
  • Utilizing timely Basic Life Support, emphasizing early chest compressions and use of AED devices
  • Early recognition of respiratory arrest and management techniques
  • Timely recognition of acute coronary syndrome and stroke
  • Early recognition and proper management of tachyarrhythmias and bradyarrhythmias that could lead to cardiac arrest or hamper resuscitation
  • Early recognition and proper management of cardiac arrest until transfer of care or other termination of resuscitation efforts
  • Monitor and evaluate cardiac arrest resuscitation via tracking the patient’s response, monitoring CPR quality levels, and using both to provide feedback to others
  • Provide valuable assessments and communication to the rest of the team
  • Assess how team interactions affect the team’s collective performance.
  • Evaluate how medical emergency teams or rapid response teams can help raise patient survival rates
  • Establish a definition for systems of care

Course Completion: This course is intended for healthcare professionals. Those completing the course will be provided with a Course Completion Card upon finishing.

 

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