The ACLS Course is designed to give the Healthcare the basic
knowledge to care for the patient in cardiac arrest and
to manage acute coronary syndromes and stroke. During this
course you will learn by observing, discussing, and doing.
ACLS instructors will help you achieve success in completing
the following objectives.
who complete the class will receive an Advanced Cardiovascular
Life Support provider card. The card is valid for a two-year
period. Participants will also receive documentation of
appropriate continuing medical education credit. This course
is approved for Nursing, Physician, Pharmacy, AANA and EMS
course- Two days (12 to 16 hours)
course - One day (4 to 7 hours)
Manage the first 10 minutes of a cardiac arrest due to ventricular
BLS Care, including proper operation of an automated external
Provide proper operation of a conventional defibrillator.
an advanced airway and recognize achievement versus nonachievement
of an airway.
Apply the 4 arrest algorithms.
ventricular tachycardia (VT).
Pulseless electrical activity
Recognize and manage prearrest conditions that may lead
to cardiac arrest such as: