AMRI educational journal #4 (issued fall 2011)
New 2010 PALS Guidelines
Test your knowledge of the newly published PALS guidelines with our online case studies and quiz
Some important changes have been made to the 2010 edition of the Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider Manual. AMRI has been busy reviewing the new AHA guidelines for PALS and have created a short curriculum to familiarize you with the changes and make recertification easier.
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Frequently Missed Exam Questions
Review one of our commonly missed ACLS or PALS exam questions
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Medical News Roundup
6 news stories covering recent developments in our industry
We've gathered new information on cardiology, medical reviews, and the latest advances in pharmaceuticals. Click below for a more in-depth look at:
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Studies in CPR
New research sheds light on the true value of extended CPR
Increasing the amount of time spent providing CPR to cardiac arrest patients will not improve survival, a new study concluded. Emergency Medical Service workers have traditionally provided brief CPR before defibrillation and over the years, some experts have argued that they should spend more time on CPR. The study results, which were published in the New England Journal of Medicine recently, ends that debate, researchers said.
CPR content provided by National Center for Resuscitation (www.NCREcpr.org), provider of online CPR and AED education and certification.
ACLS in Action
Stories From AMRI Certified Professionals
In our last journal, we asked for readers to share real life experiences and inspiring stories related to their use of ACLS or PALS. Today we'll take a look at an example from Vincent Vilasi, MD, and offer AMRI's analysis of the situation he describes.
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