Certification Examination General Content
ACLS Examination (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)
PALS Examination (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)
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Preparing for your ACLS or PALS exam online is a convenient way to renew your certification in those fields. At the American Medical Resource Institute™, our online courses are accredited nationwide by the National Board of Emergency Care Certifications.
By using our services to take your ACLS / PALS exams, you have the freedom to study at your own pace from your home or office. You take the exam only when you feel prepared. It's a program that's designed to let busy professionals continue with their duties while still meeting the certification requirements of their profession.
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AMRI Case study library
What would you do in these real-world situations?
We have written these case studies so you'll know what to do when presented with these scenarios.
School Shooting Case Study
See how the PALS treatment recommendations are applied in an elementary school shooting.
Stable Ventricular Tachycardia of Ischemic Origin Case Study
Should there be different pharmacology for ischemic vs. non-ischemic stable ventricular tachycardia?
Stroke Case Study
What are the primary assessment and intervention considerations regarding a patient with stroke-like symptoms?
Summer Case Study
Can symptoms be atypical and lead to a misdiagnosis?