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cardiac rhythm review, ACLS review, arrythmias, EKG review, ACLS preparation
Advance Cardiac Life Support MegaCode team management - Short version American Heart Association
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Este viedo muestra Las recomendaciones de la AHA para el trabajo en equipo dentro de una reanimacion.
Understanding what protocols and actions to take when a patient is experiencing cardiac arrest is a crucial part of Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). They are complex, so practitioners and teachers have developed a mnemonic device, known as the “H’s and T’s of ACLS”, which explain the conditions associated with pre-arrest and cardiac arrest algorithms. Because many cardiac arrest conditions are reversible, determining and treating the cause is a must for optimal patient care and outcome. Here are the H’s and T’s of ACLS from the latest American Heart Association standards and guidelines and AMC. Read more on the blog: https://advancedmedicalcertification.com/blogs/how-to-memorize-the-hs-and-ts-of-acls/ Let's Connect! -Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AdvancedMedi... -Twitter: @AdvMedCert -Instagram: @AdvMedCert
Este video resume las recomendaciones de la American Heart Association para la evaluacion del paciente en paro cardiaco.