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ACLS Provider Manual Supplementary Material

ACLS Provider Manual Supplementary Material

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© 2006 American Heart Association
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ACLS Provider ManualSupplementary Material
 
© 2006 American Heart Association
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Contents
Airway Management.........................................................................................................5Part 1—Basic Airway Management...........................................................................6Devices to Provide Supplementary Oxygen..........................................................6Overview...........................................................................................................6Oxygen Supply..................................................................................................6Nasal Cannula...................................................................................................7Face Mask.........................................................................................................7Venturi Mask.....................................................................................................8Bag-Mask Ventilation............................................................................................9Overview...........................................................................................................9Use With an Advanced Airway........................................................................10Tips for Performing Bag-Mask Ventilation.......................................................10Ventilation With an Advanced Airway and Chest Compressions.....................12Part 2—Advanced Airway Management.................................................................13Advanced Airway Adjuncts: Combitube..............................................................13Overview.........................................................................................................13Insertion of the Combitube..............................................................................14Advanced Airway Adjuncts: Laryngeal Mask Airway...........................................16Overview.........................................................................................................16Insertion of the Laryngeal Mask Airway..........................................................16Endotracheal Intubation......................................................................................18Overview.........................................................................................................18Technique of Endotracheal Intubation.............................................................19Indications for Endotracheal Intubation...........................................................19Cricoid Pressure Maneuver.............................................................................19Ventilating With an ETT in Place During Chest Compressions........................20Complications of ETT Placement.....................................................................22Tube Trauma and Adverse Effects..................................................................22Insertion of ETT Into One Bronchus................................................................22Endotracheal Administration of Resuscitation Medications..............................23Confirmation of ETT Placement: Physical Exam.............................................23Confirmation of ETT Placement: Qualitative and Quantitative Devices..........24Exhaled (Qualitative) CO
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Detectors...............................................................24Quantitative End-Tidal CO
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Monitors..............................................................26Esophageal Detector Devices.........................................................................26Causes of Misleading Results From End-Tidal CO
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Detectors and EDDs......28ACLS Core Rhythms.......................................................................................................30Part 1—Recognition of Core ECG Arrest Rhythms.................................................31The Basics.......................................................................................................31Cardiac Arrest Rhythms..................................................................................32Ventricular Fibrillation......................................................................................32 PEA.................................................................................................................33 Asystole...........................................................................................................34Part 2—Recognition of Selected Nonarrest ECG Rhythms....................................36Recognition of Supraventricular Tachyarrhythmias.............................................36Sinus Tachycardia...........................................................................................36Atrial Fibrillation and Atrial Flutter...................................................................37 Accessory-Mediated SVT................................................................................39Recognition of Ventricular Tachyarrhythmias......................................................40Monomorphic VT.............................................................................................40Polymorphic VT...............................................................................................41
 
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Torsades de Pointes .......................................................................................42Recognition of Sinus Bradycardia.......................................................................44Sinus Bradycardia...........................................................................................44Recognition of Atrioventricular (AV) Block..........................................................45First-Degree AV Block....................................................................................45Second-Degree Block Type I (Mobitz I–Wenckebach)....................................46Second-Degree AV Block Type II (Infranodal) (Mobitz II)..............................47Third-Degree AV Block and AV Dissociation .................................................48Defibrillation....................................................................................................................50Part 1—Defibrillation and Safety.............................................................................51Manual Defibrillation............................................................................................51Using a Manual Defibrillator/ Monitor..............................................................51Attaching the 3 Monitor Leads.........................................................................51Safety and Clearing the Patient...........................................................................52Clearing You and Your Team..........................................................................52A Final Note About Defibrillators.....................................................................53Part 2—AED Checklist............................................................................................54Access for Medications...................................................................................................55Part 1—Introduction................................................................................................56Correct Priorities..............................................................................................56Intravenous Route...........................................................................................56Intraosseous Route.........................................................................................56Endotracheal Route.........................................................................................57Part 2—Intravenous Access....................................................................................58Using Peripheral Veins for IV Access..............................................................58General IV Principles.......................................................................................60Part 3—Intraosseous Access..................................................................................61Introduction......................................................................................................61Needles...........................................................................................................61Sites ................................................................................................................61Indications and Administration..........................................................................61Complications...................................................................................................62Contraindications................................................................................................62Equipment Needed..........................................................................................62Procedure........................................................................................................62Follow-up.........................................................................................................64Acute Coronary Syndromes............................................................................................65Part 1—STEMI Infarct Location and Heart Block....................................................66Right Ventricular Infarction..............................................................................66AV Block With Inferior MI ................................................................................66Part 2—Fibrinolytic Checklist..................................................................................68Stroke..............................................................................................................................69Stroke Fibrinolytic Checklist....................................................................................70M
.....71Introduction......................................................................................................72Cardiac Arrest Teams (In Hospital).................................................................72Rapid Response Systems...............................................................................73Rapid Response Team (RRT).................................................................73Medical Emergency Team (MET)............................................................73Published Studies............................................................................................73Implementation of a Rapid Response System................................................74

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