Last updated 8/2021
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.01 GB | Duration: 1h 32m
Complete guide of cardiac arrest treatment & cpr and bls and acls guidelines and chocking emergencies or opioid Overdose
What you’ll learn
In this course students learn the theories and techniques required to respond to life threatening emergencies in adult and pediatric populations.
This course prepare you to respond to life threatening emergencies in the adult and pediatric populations with advanced intervention.
This course is based on the latest guidelines which focus on doing several tasks simultaneously with groups process that enables efficiency & minimization error
This course will teach participants how to perform advanced emergency intervention as well as theories inducing basic life support.
No special equipment or materials /required only required mobile and laptop
1)Introduction of cardiac arrest and cardiopulmonary resuscitation•Two protocols for CPR•Chain of survival in cardiac arrest •CPR general principles 2)Primary goal•Bls overview •Critical concepts of BLS•Acls overview •Focus•Key points•Care and support during recovery •Cardiac arrest in pregnancy 3)Step by step CPR technique•Key target for high quality chest compression •Provider positioning•Rescue breathing4)Adult bls algorithm and bls algorithm for infant & children•Recognition of cardiac arrest•Automated external defibrillator •Location of pads•Rhythm analysis •High quality pediatric cpr•Bls for infants and children•Two rescuers•Two thumb encircling technique•Two finger technique •Choking emergencies •Mild airway obstruction •Severe airway obstruction •Abdominal thrusts•Infant airway obstruction algorithm5)Acls cases•Oropharyngeal airway•Nasopharyngeal airway•Advanced airway management •Suctioning the airway•Respiratory arrest•Acute stroke•Algorithm for a suspected stroke•Acute coronary syndrome •Acs algorithm •Acs categorization•Stable and unstable tachycardia •Tachycardia algorithm •Sign and symptoms of tachycardia •Bradycardia •Sign and symptoms of bradycardia •Treatment of bradycardia •Hs and ts causes•Ventricular fibrillation and pulseless ventricular tachycardia and pea & systole•Ventricular fibrillation with cpr and aed•Manual defibrillation for ventricular fibrillation or pulseless ventricular tachycardia •Monitoring during cpr•Post cardiac arrest care•Evaluate the hs and ts for treatable cause•Routes of access for medications administration •Insertion of an io catheter 6)Rhythm recognition •Sinus rhythm •Sinus bradycardia •Sinus tachycardia •Sinus rhythm with 1st degree heart block•2nd degree av heart block •3rd degree heart block •Supraventricular tachycardia •Atrial fibrillation •Atrial flutter•Asystole•Pulseless electrical activity•Ventricular tachycardia •Ventricular fibrillation •Torsades de point7)Acls resuscitation medications and dose•Adenosine •Amiodarone•Atropine •Dopamine •Epinephrine •Lidocaine •Magnesium sulfate•Oxygen•When to terminate resuscitation efforts
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction of cardiac arrest & cpr
Lecture 2 Bls & Acls overview
Lecture 3 Cardio pulmonary resuscitation technique
Lecture 4 Adult BLS Algorithm & BLS Algorithm for infants & children
Lecture 5 ACLS Cases
Lecture 6 Rhythm Recognition
Lecture 7 ACLS Resuscitation Medications