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ACLS Megacode Practice 2015

'Anesoft ACLS Megacode 2015' will improve your resuscitation skills

'Anesoft ACLS Megacode 2015' will improve your resuscitation skills

ACLS Megacode Practice 2015

by Anesoft Corporation
ACLS Megacode Practice 2015
ACLS Megacode Practice 2015
ACLS Megacode Practice 2015

What is it about?

'Anesoft ACLS Megacode 2015' will improve your resuscitation skills. This app is an interactive simulation allowing you to rehearse megacode management - anytime, anywhere. It reinforces the American Heart Association 2015 treatment guidelines. With regular practice you will always be ready to run a full cardiac resuscitation.

ACLS Megacode Practice 2015

App Details

Version
1.0.6
Rating
NA
Size
18Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
July 1, 2016
Release date
April 14, 2016
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App Store Description

'Anesoft ACLS Megacode 2015' will improve your resuscitation skills. This app is an interactive simulation allowing you to rehearse megacode management - anytime, anywhere. It reinforces the American Heart Association 2015 treatment guidelines. With regular practice you will always be ready to run a full cardiac resuscitation.

You must evaluate the patient and electrocardiogram rhythm, decide on the appropriate management, and guide two assistants through the resuscitation. The assistants are skilled, but will only do what you tell them to do. You must serve as the team leader.

There 12 case scenarios available for this app. The first three cover ventricular fibrillation, the next two are for pulseless ventricular tachycardia, another covers asystole, and the remainder of the cases cover the tachycardia algorithm.

This app is for training purposes only. Do not assume a real patient will behave exactly the same as any of the simulated patients.