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ASHI/HSI ACLS July 2024

Registration Fee

250k IQD

Course Start Date

19/07/2024

Course Duration

2 days

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ASHI/HSI ACLS July 2024

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Course Content

American safety and health institute Advanced Cardiac Life Support Course (ASHI/HSI ACLS)
DAY 1 / 7 hours

Contents:
-Describe a systematic approach to the initial

emergency care of an unresponsive patient.

-Explain the differences among respiratory

distress, respiratory failure, and respiratory

arrest and describe a treatment plan based

on the severity of the patient’s respiratory

compromise.

-Explain and demonstrate the equipment used in a real life ACLS Scenario

-perform the necessary skills in the initial

emergency for:

  1. High-quality BLS (CPR/AED)
  2. Respiratory arrest

-Describe the ECG characteristics and initial

emergency care for cardiac arrest rhythms,

including mechanical, pharmacologic, and

electrical therapy, where applicable.

-Describe the ECG characteristics and

initial emergency care for narrow-QRS

tachycardias, wide-QRS tachycardias, and

irregular tachycardias, including mechanical,

pharmacologic, and electrical therapy, where

applicable.

-Describe the ECG characteristics and initial

emergency care for symptomatic bradycardia,

including mechanical, pharmacologic, and

electrical therapy, where applicable.

-Describe the initial management of a patient

who is experiencing an acute coronary

syndrome.

DAY 2/ 8 hours
Contents

-Perform high-quality skills and demonstrate effective case management as a resuscitation

team member and leader using high fidelity training manikins to provide excellent simulation to real life scenarios.

-Theoretical and Practical Exams covering all necessary ACLS Knowledge and skills.
Upon completion participants will be provided with an accredited ASHI/HSI ACLS provider card and certificate.

Instructors

Our Instructors for this course

Dr Sarmad Riyadh Al-Hilfi