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ACLS Algorithms, Training, and Review

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Have you been searching for ACLS algorithms, tests, and tutorials? Do you need ACLS training? Are you wanting to learn and master ACLS?

If you are preparing for ACLS certification or recertification, one of the best ways to learn is by practice tests, scenarios, and quizzes. This site was started with the intention of giving you just that.

Comprehensive ACLS Training with hundreds of ACLS questions and scenarios.

The ACLS training and information on this site will help you prepare for the ACLS Written Exam, Megacode and reality in the critical care and emergency setting. You will find detailed information about ACLS algorithms, ECG Interpretation, ACLS Pharmacology, and much more.

Use the Quizzes/Scenarios and Knowledge Base navigation on the left hand side of this page to access specific information about the above topics. Enjoy the ACLS Video Reviews that each contain a review of a specific algorithm and an ACLS megacode scenario. Use the search function located below the knowledge base sidebar to find information that is not listed on the navigation.

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You can learn and master ACLS. All of the tools and resources that you need are on this site. Quizzes, scenarios, and a comprehensive knowledge base all designed to ensure that you learn and master ACLS. If you would like to see something added please let us know by using the contact form or you can leave a comment below.

You can learn and master ACLS.

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This site is updated regularly with new scenarios and questions. Check back often and let others know about your learning experience here.

Review this ACLS study guide to get the most out of this site.

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  1. I have to say that although I am already ACLS certified and I am an administrator of an AHA authorized international training center in my hospital, I’ve never seen a site with great ACLS information as easy as this one, yet you do your answers with fun and confidence and finally you feel yourself like a real professional.
    Jeff; I appreciate your great work with this site. I made a great benefit from it for refreshing my information and keep it updated.
    Definitely I will recommend the site to my colleagues and those who intend to prepare for the ACLS testing.
    Thanks again and wish you all the good luck in the future. Please keep going.

  2. took the course, scored 94 % on the exam. thanks again for all your help. this course turns a dreaded chore into a fun exercise.

    so, when are you going to do this for PALS? I’m looking forward to it.

    colleen kochman

  3. I just have to thank you for this great website. Having so many different scenarios in the mega code simulations and mega code series really helps me feel confident that I am prepared for whatever my instructor comes up with. Every critical care RN should know about this site. Keep up the great work!

  4. my pretest is 92% but i want to assess more of my stock knowledge… my goal for the acls exam is 100% …lets see next week… Thank you so much for your site SirJeff:) …Your an angel:)

  5. definitely helped!.passed my written exam today with 94%..yeah me !!…thanks

  6. Hey Jeff,

    As far as recertifying for the ACLS what do you recommend taking? Would taking an on-line ACLS test be acceptable where you can take the test and upon passing receive your score and printable certificate right away with a hard copy of your ACLS card mailed shortly thereafter? Of course the on-line test won’t have the clinical skills portion. Guess this would be dependent upon where you work whether they would require you to take the clinical skills portion or not. I’m assuming clinical skills is referring to the megacode series. Or how about at a location sponsored by the American Heart Association where it’s most likely that the written and clinical skills portions of the test will be administered? Thanks Jeff!

    John – runtherace10

    • Your Question: “As far as recertifying for the ACLS what do you recommend taking?”

      Answer:
      Most hospitals and healthcare facilities only except American Heart Association ACLS certification. This requires both a hands on skill station and a written test. I would not pay money for any other certification. If you take an “100% online” ACLS certification you may learn something but the “certification” will be worthless in most situations.

      Your question:
      “Would taking an on-line ACLS test be acceptable where you can take the test and upon passing receive your score and printable certificate right away with a hard copy of your ACLS card mailed shortly thereafter? ”

      Answer:
      This type of “online” certification will not be accepted by most healthcare facilities. These type of courses are not AHA, and they use deceptive and unethical practices in that they say things that make them appear to be AHA approved.

      Question:
      “How about at a location sponsored by the American Heart Association where it’s most likely that the written and clinical skills portions of the test will be administered?”

      Reply:
      Google search “American Heart Association Class locator” so that you can look up a class location.

      I hope I have answered your questions sufficiently.
      Kind regards,
      Jeff

  7. Your course helped me pass the easiest ACLS skills assessment test I have ever taken before. I just took the skills assessment about 20 minutes ago and i passed with flying colors. I thank you for course. It is very thorough and up to date.

  8. Your website is the best I have ever been on!! Thank you! Your videos are not only interesting they keep your attention, and even your algorithm are easy and clear. Much better than the AHA new circle. i am a surgical nurse and have struggled for years trying to renew ACLS with AHA handbook. Your site makes it all so easy to understand and has everything you need to be sucessful. Only a fellow nurse could have done such an excellent job . Again thank you

  9. Easiest testing I have EVER done for ACLS, thanks to this site! So, thank you and your staff for providing this resource. FYI, when I tested, it was stated by the individual teaching the class, Adenosine12 mg can be given twice after the first dose at 6 mg for the tachy rhythms, if indicated. I believe one of the practice test questions asks how many times after a 6mg dose, then 12mg dose, could Adenosine be given and the answer was 0.

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