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9 reasons why ACLS certification is vital to healthcare provision.


Top 9 Reasons Why ACLS Training is Vital to Healthcare

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) is a vital component of healthcare. It is an evidence-based program designed to help healthcare professionals provide the best care possible in a variety of medical scenarios.  Read on to discover more about the benefits of ACLS and why it’s so important. 1. ACLS Training Saves Lives The most obvious …

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BLS training will help you assist people of all ages in case of a cardiac event.

BLS Basics in 2022 and How it Affects You

BLS (basic life support) training is designed to prepare first responders for the most common emergencies that they will encounter on the job.
Protect infants from choking hazards by keeping small objects out of their reach.

Your BLS Guide to Treating a Choking Infant

Basic Life Support (BLS) trains rescuers how to treat choking in infants by looking for the warning signs, understanding the degree of the obstruction, and how to safely and quickly relieve the infant’s airway of its obstruction.
Healthcare provider demonstrates rescue breathing on a CPR mannequin.

The AHA BLS Algorithms: What’s New in 2022?

Atrial fibrillation (a-fib) in advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) is an unstable tachycardia in which atrial activity is completely chaotic without any regularity.
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What’s New in the BLS Guidelines Since 2016?

Approximately every 5 years, the American Heart Association (AHA) updates their guidelines for Adult and Pediatric Basic and Advanced Life Support (ACLS, BLS and PALS). Since 2016, there have been a few updates to the BLS guidelines. The following are based on the highlights of the 2020 AHA guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and emergency cardiovascular care (ECC).
Infant 2-finger chest compressions demonstrated on a mannequin

What is the Infant BLS Compression Rate?

The number of compressions given in 2-rescuer pediatric BLS has changed since 2016. Why is this?
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