ACLS EKG rhythms & interpretation |


  1. mwaltonshirley says

    Hi. In my 3 decade career as a cardiologist, I’m unaware you can obtain CME credit for doing ACLS. Is education credit ONLY for non-physicians or has that changed? Thanks for all. Enjoying your site.

    • ACLS says

      The ACLS training on this website is an accredited course that offers 8 AM APRA credits if a physician completes the interactive course guide, post test and survey.

      Please let me know if you have any other questions.

      Kind regards,

  2. Anna says

    Hi Jeff. Thanks for your web site. Its always such a huge help for me. Any other tricks or tips for
    distinguishing second degree heart block from third degree???? I have studied this over and over and every time I re-certify I always struggle with this one.

    Thanks, Anna

    • ACLS says

      Thank you for the question. Repetition is the key blocks. They can be very difficult to recognize but typically you at least recognize there’s something abnormal and then you can focus on from there. Practice practice

  3. Nina Tabachnikov says

    I really satisfied with this course. Very specific and very helpful . I am very happy that I find this site. Thank you very much.

  4. David says

    Love the audio series!
    Cardiac arrest (Vf) question 8 the first dose of amio you say incorrectly 350 mg first dose but written on audio screen correctly 300 mg
    This is a great series addition and this site just keep getting better!!!

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