2015 ACLS Guidelines Test

2015 ACLS Guideline Changes. Are You Ready?

Beginning in January 2010, all over the United States, health care providers have been integrating their practice to the new 2010-2015 ACLS Guidelines. There were significant changes made to several aspects of the ACLS protocol including, an addition of a 5th link in the chain of survival, waveform capnography, simplified pulseless arrest algorithm, simplified tachycardia algorithm, medication changes, and much more.

To assist you in preparation for ACLS certification and testing based on these 2010-2015 ACLS Guideline changes, we have created a 25 question test covering all of the major changes that you may run into during testing and certification.

Members may use the link below to access the 2015 ACLS Guideline Changes Test.

2015 ACLS Guideline Changes Test

Non-Members may use the link below to access a sample of the 2015 ACLS Guideline Changes Test.

2015 ACLS Guideline Changes Sample Test

Comments

  1. Mary Ferguson says

    Thank you for this fantastic website! I just finished my ACLS class and did very well. I have taken ACLS several times over the years as a medical specialty nurse on a telemetry unit. I felt very prepared for the test and the mock code session. Not only that, I have much more confidence in my CPR skills, reading rhythm strips, and the medication dosing and algorithms have actually jelled in my brain! Your sight was recommended to me and you can bet that your resource web site is the one I will recommend to my friends and coworkers. To be honest, it’s much better than the official book and much more interactive and interesting. You guys rock!
    Mary Ferguson RN, BSN, CDE

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