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Student- Advanced Responder Oct

Student- Advanced Responder Oct

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Advanced Responder 
ACLS Prestudy With the 2011 AHA Updates Recertification & Certification
 N urses E ducationalO pportunities www.nursesed.net Toll Free 866.266.2229Copyright 2011
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Prestudy 
Agenda for Recertification
8:00 Welcome/Introduction8: 15 AHA ACLS Overview Video8:30 Instructor presentation of lethal rhythms & pretest8:45 AHA Video ACLS Primary/Secondary SurveyInstructor presentation of 2011 BLS9:00 AHA ACLS Video Airway Management9:30 AHA BLS Video9:45 Practice BLS with manikins/BMV/Barrier/AED10:00 Instructor presentation of ACLS11:00 AHA video of Heart Attack and Stroke12:00 AHA video of Mega Code12:15 Instructor presentation of Mega CodeSkills stationsWritten exam
Agenda for Certification
Day One 
8:00 Welcome, Introduction, Pretest
8:30 Lethal Rhythm Review & Practice
9:30 Primary and Secondary Survey Video/Practice10:00 Airway Management11:00 BLS Practice12:00 Lunch1:00 VF/PEA/Asystole2:00 BradycardiasTachycardiasAcute Coronary Syndrome/StrokePractice SkillsAirway ManagementDefibrillationCardioversion3:00 Scenario Discussions if time allows4:00 Mega Code instructor presentation
Day Two 
8:00 Putting it all together9:00 Mega Code Review10:00 Mega Code and Written evaluation11:00 Remediation if appropriate
P Wave
Originates in the SANode
P-R Interval 
0.12 - 0.20 Beginning of the P to thebeginning of the R 
QRS Complex 
Beginning of the Q to the end of the S 
ST segment 
End of the S To the beginning of the T Note: Depression or Elevation
T WaveQT interval 
Beginning of the Q To the end of the T 
12-Lead EKG 
Q = InfarctionST (depression = ischemia)(elevation = acuteness)T inversion = IschemiaQ waves with ST segment elevation may indicate an ST segmentelevated myocardial infarction (STEMI) and rapid and early reperfusionis essential for optimal outcome.

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