This format is designed for the experienced practitioner who is very familiar with the ACLS material, is frequently involved in resuscitation scenarios, and is renewing within a thirty day period of expiration of a current ACLS Provider card. With this program, there is an abbreviated review of core content and no EKG rhythm review. It is expected that the participant is comfortable with the material prior to attending the course.

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This format is designed for the practitioner who is familiar with the ACLS material and still wants a classroom review and discussion of the current AHA ACLS resuscitation guidelines. With this program, there is review of core content, but limited EKG rhythm review. It is expected that the participant is comfortable with the material prior to attending the course.

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This three day program is designed to prepare the participant for cardiac rhythm monitoring and dysrhythmia interpretation. The workshop has been developed for the novice, with no cardiac monitoring experience, as well as persons who need an intensive review of cardiac dysrhythmias. The participant will be guided through a complete and systematic format to be used in the clinical setting when providing cardiac monitoring.

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6 hour class designed to review EKG rhythm interpretation for the practitioner who is less practiced with assessment of dysrhythmias - this class is not intended as an initial EKG rhythm review program.

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This format is available for those persons who are taking ACLS for the first time and who work in areas in which they often provide for cardiac monitoring, are comfortable with airway management concepts and EKG rhythms, and have thoroughly reviewed the AHA ACLS core content. It may also be used as a “renewal” class for those persons previously having obtained provider status but who may not use the AHA algorithms in clinical practice.

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The Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Provider Program is designed to teach and test knowledge of resuscitation protocols for children as outlined by guidelines established by the American Heart Association. It is expected that all participants have current certification in Basic Cardiac Life Support from the AHA and a general understanding of emergency care of pediatric patients. Successful completion of the PALS Provider Program includes four skill stations – AED, dysrhythmia management, shock and airway management – as well as one written exam. Passing score for the Core Content exam is 84% (33 questions). PALS Provider cards issued are valid for a two year period of time.

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This program is designed for the experienced pediatric practitioner who is very familiar with the PALS material and is renewing within a thirty-day period of expiration of a current PALS Provider card. With this program, there is limited time for review of core content, and it is expected that the participant is comfortable with the material prior to attending the course.

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This four hour class is designed to introduce the participant to analysis of the 12 Lead EKG, with emphasis on assessment of lead patterns and recognition of cardiac ischemia, injury, and infarction. The program is best suited for those persons who have a basic understanding of cardiovascular anatomy and physiology, with some experience in rhythm strip interpretation.

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This four hour class is a continuation of the series on EKG analysis, with emphasis on plotting axis, identification of hemiblocks and bundle branch blocks, hypertrophy, and measurement of QT intervals. This program is best suited for those persons who have completed part I of the EKG Analysis series, or, have a basic understanding of 12 Lead EKG interpretation.

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