ACLS/PALS Downloads

Posted on: February 5th, 2014 by Chris No Comments

Below are several downloads from the American Heart Association for our different ACLS certification, PALS courses, BLS for Health Care Provider CPR classes, and First Aid training. With all of our classes we want you to learn as much as possible and be successful in your training. We have provided below several downloads of the skills check-off sheets, practice sheets, and learning station scenarios to we use during our class. Please look over these materials so you will know exactly what is coming up in the class.

Please click on the course below to view all of the American Heart Association (AHA) downloadable information.

ACLS, Advanced Cardiac Life Support

PALS, Pediatric Advanced Life Support

American Heart Association ACLS Certification Downloads
PRE COURSE MATERIALS

AHA ACLS Pre course Study Guide
(ALL STUDENTS SHOULD READ!!!! Important student information needed before attending the ACLS Course.)

All Students MUST complete and submit at the time the time of class a certificate of completion for the AHA ACLS Course Pre-Test.
Please click the link below to complete the test. The pass code to access the test is ACLS15.
AHA ACLS Course Pre-Test Link

ECG Rhythm recognition is a critical skill to successfully complete the ACLS Course. Click the link below to practice and test your knowledge of basic ACLS ECG Rhythms.
ECG Rhythm Generator or ECG Rhythm Game (Gives explanation or different ECG’s, play a game to test your recognition of ECG rhythms)
ECG Rhythm Study Guide (Information on different ECG rhythms and how they are used in ACLS and PALS courses.)

AHA ACLS Patient Assessment Information
(ACLS Patient Assessment Information for course.)

AHA ACLS Initial Course Agenda
(Course Agenda for the ACLS Initial Class.)

AHA ACLS Renewal/Recertification Course Agenda
(Course Agenda for the ACLS Update or Recertification / Renewal Class.)

COURSE MATERIALS
2010 AHA Guidelines and ECC Summary
(Guideline Summery of BLS CPR, Cardiac Arrest and Bradycardia Algorithms, Cardioversion, Post-Cardiac Arrest, and Airway Management.)

ACLS SKILLS CHECKOFF SHEET
ACLS Adult CPR & AED Skills Check off Sheet
(Skills Checklist for the CPR and AED portion of ACLS.)

ACLS Bag-Mask Ventilation Skills Check off Sheet
(Skills Checklist for the use of BVM’s during CPR.)

ACLS Megacode Skills Check off Sheet
(Skills Checklist for the 6 different Megacode Scenarios. You will be randomly assigned and tested one of these Megacode scenarios.)

eLearning Online HeartCode ACLS Skills Check off Sheet
(Skills verification checklist for individuals that have completed the online eLearning HeartCode ACLS course.)

ACLS LEARNING STATION WORKSHEETS AND SCENARIOS
ACLS Learning Station
(ACLS Algorithm flow charts)

ACLS Learning Station Scenarios Part 1
ACLS Learning Station Scenarios Part 2
(ACLS Learning Station worksheets and scenarios)

ACLS Megacode Scenarios
(ACLS Megacode Scenarios with Skills Checklist)

ACLS Putting It All Together Scenarios and Algorithms
(Megacode scenarios with debriefing tools)


American Heart Association PALS Certification Downloads
PRE COURSE MATERIALS

AHA PALS Pre course Study Guide
(ALL STUDENTS SHOULD READ!!!! Important student information needed before attending the AHA PALS Course.)

All Students MUST complete and submit at the time the time of class a certificate of completion for the AHA PALS Course Pre-Test.
Please click the link below to complete the test.
AHA PALS Course Pre-Test Link
The passcode to access the test is PALSPROVIDER.

ECG Rhythm recognition is a critical skill to successfully complete the PALS Course. Click the link below to practice and test your knowledge of basic PALS ECG Rhythms.
ECG Rhythm Generator (Gives explanation or different ECG’s, play a game to test your recognition of ECG rhythms)
ECG Rhythm Study Guide (Information on different ECG Rythms and how they are used in ACLS and PALS courses.)

Pediatric Broselow Color Coded Tape Info Sheet
(Color Coded Broselow Tape with information on medication/dosage for pediatric patients.)

AHA PALS Course Agenda
(Course Agenda for the PALS Initial Class.)

AHA PALS Update Course Agenda
(Course Agenda for the PALS Update or Recertification / Renewal Class.)

COURSE MATERIALS
2010 AHA Guidelines and ECC Summary
(Guideline Summy of BLS CPR, Cardiac Arrest and Bradycardia Algorithms, Cardioversion, Post-Cardiac Arrest, and Airway Management.)

PALS SKILLS CHECK OFF TESTING SHEETS

AHA PALS Child CPR & AED Skills Check off Sheet
(Skills Checklist for the Child CPR and AED portion of PALS.)

AHA PALS Infant CPR & AED Skills Check off Sheet
(Skills Checklist for the Infant CPR and AED portion of PALS.)

AHA PALS Core Case Skills Check off Sheet
(Skills Checklist for all of the Core Cases of PALS.)

PALS Learning Station Skill Checklists

AHA PALS Course Progress Checklist
(Progress Checklist to keep students on tract for skills that they need to perform for PALS.)

AHA PALS Update Course Progress Checklist
(Progress Checklist to keep students on tract for skills that they need to perform for PALS Update.)

AHA PALS Learning Station Core Case Checklist
(The Checklist and debriefings for the Core Cases during the Learning Stations.)

AHA PALS Vascular Access Checklist
(The Checklist of the steps for pediatric vascular access.)

AHA PALS Pediatric Cardiac Electrical Rhythm Checklist
(The Checklist of the skills in reading and shocking different pediatric electrical rhythms.)

AHA PALS Management of Respiratory Emergency Checklist
(The Checklist of the steps for dealing with the Respiratory Emergencies of Pediatrics.)

PALS Flowcharts and Algorithms

AHA PALS Recognition of Shock Flowchart
(PALS Flowchart of the signs and symptoms of pediatric shock)

AHA PALS Management of Shock Flowchart
(PALS Flowchart of how to manage pediatric shock)

AHA PALS Recognition of Respiratory Problems Flowchart
(PALS Flowchart of the signs and symptoms of respiratroy problems for pediatric patients.)

AHA PALS Management of Respiratory Problems Flowchart
(PALS Flowchart of how to manage respiratory emergencies in pediatric patients.)