Title: ACLS Medications Author: Joe Mrozek Last modified by: randers Created Date: 12/1/2008 8:09:13 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
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ACLS Pharmacology Jeremy Maddux NREMTP * * Summary To obtain a full understanding of ACLS pharmacology requires constant review of: Indications & Actions (When & Why?)
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ACLS Advanced Cardiac Life Support RC 275 Defibrillation External depolarization of the heart to stop Vfib or Vtach (that has not responded to other maneuvers) Automated External Defibrillator Defibrillation Procedure Position paddles “Clear” the patient Shock and then resume CPR for 5 ...
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ACLS Rhythms Cheat Sheet Amanda Hooper 2008-2009 Normal Sinus Rhythm Arrest Rhythms Asystole PEA Vfib/pulseless Vtach Agonal Rhythm/Asystole Pulseless Electrical Activity (PEA) Note that PEA can look like any rhythm (any organized electrical activity), but if no pulse it is PEA Course ...
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Title: Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Author: ITS Last modified by: metro Created Date: 12/3/2007 5:59:00 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
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Objectives. Discuss the recent changes in ACLS. Understand the scientific rationale for the changes presented. Explain the use of capnography and hypothermia
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Why ACLS-OB. Education, preparation and practice are the keys to delivering the safest care for mom and her baby. ACLS-OB includes AHA core cases and algorithms but utilizes specific scenarios that include modifications for pregnant and newly delivered patients.
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and Update on New ACLS Guidelines Krista Piekos, Pharm.D. Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Critical Care Harper University Hospital Adjunct Assistant Professor
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ACLS 2005 What is new and why? Morbidity Rounds Feb 15, 2006 Rob Hall MD, FRCPC Overview Goal = review major changes to CPR, ALS, electrical therapies, cardiac arrest, arrythmia algorithms, post – resusc care Briefly review some Landmark papers.
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Resuscitation guidelines 2010 & ACLS Updates Delivered By The American Heart Association Presented By Dr Hesham Mohamed Allam INTRODUCTION Editorial Resuscitation guidelines 2010: a scientific consensus Anaesthesia, 2010, 65, pages 1163–1172 Sudden cardiac death is a major killer of adults ...
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* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Not Shockable * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * PEA and Asystole May give 1 dose of vasopressin ... The drugs in cardiac arrest Epinephrine Vasopressin Atropine Amiodarone Magnesium Lidocaine Classification of ACLS drugs Class I ...
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ACLS ALGORITHMS Ventricular Fibrillation (VF) & Pulseless Ventricular Tachycardia (VT) ACLS ALGORITHMS Ventricular Fibrillation (VF) & Pulseless Ventricular Tachycardia (VT) Acute Pulmonary Edema / Hypotension / Shock Algorithm Volume problem Includes PVR problems Systolic BP < 70 Signs ...
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Title: ACLS INSTRUCTOR COURSE - 2003 Author: Lakeview Hospital Last modified by: u0099036 Created Date: 3/12/2003 3:22:43 AM Document presentation format
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ACLS Pharmacology Objectives To review and obtain a better understanding of medications used in ACLS Indications & Actions (When & Why?) Dosing (How?)
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Title: EASY TO UNDERSTAND ACLS ALGORITHMS 2nd Edition Author: Joe Last modified by: Paul D Scariano Created Date: 2/22/2011 8:18:05 PM Document presentation format
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What medication(s) would be appropriate for treating this rhythm? According to the 2010 ACLS guidelines, what are the 4 ... Presentation Region 6 Adult Cardiac Arrest Protocol V-Fib / Pulseless V-Tach Region 6 Adult Cardiac Arrest Protocol Asystole / PEA Reversible Causes – H’s ...
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... Use in infants (with or without attenuator) AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION: 2010 GUIDELINES ACLS Simplified algorithm Optimized CPR quality with monitoring Waveform capnography (>12 mmHg) Atropine deleted (PEA/Asystole) Chronotropic drugs for brady, ...
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The initial rhythm was asystole. The following rhythm resulted after IV administration of epinephrine and atropine. Rhythm Identification This rhythm strip is from a 69-year-old man complaining of shortness of breath. Lung sounds reveal bilateral rales.
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ACLS Special Resuscitations Dr. Michelle Welsford Introduction Hypothermia Traumatic Cardiac Arrest Electrical Shock and Lightning Cardiac Arrest associated with Pregnancy Toxicologic Cardiac Emergencies Hypothermia Severe hypothermia: T < 30C Often unresponsive to defibrillation and pacemaker ...
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PEA (Pulseless Electric Activity) VF/ VT Asystole Approach is same , BLS +ACLS 2 things contribute significantly to survival: Early CPR (bystander CPR) Early Defibrillation All of the above is BLS EVERY MINUTE COUNTS Given the choice to take one course which one u prefer: BLS or ACLS?
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ACLS Review 2009 Emory Family Medicine Adult CPR Phone first ABCs 30:2 cycles 100/min 1 ½ - 2 inches Check rhythm after 5 cycles Name this rhythm Ventricular Fibrillation What drugs can you use initially?
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Pacers, ablation, cardioversion, telemetry, Intro to ACLS By: Diana Blum MCC NURS 2140 * * Indications for pacemaker Temporary: -symptomatic bradycardia (not controlled by meds) - ant MI - drug overdose (dig, beta blocker) Permanent: - 2nd degree Mobitz Type II - 3rd ...
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scream cardiac arrest ventricular asystole 80 ... cardiac arrest review acls guidelines 2005 treatment: immediate cpr airway/ advanced airway control breathing/ positive pressure ventilation circulation/ cpr, start iv defibrillate (v-fib, ...
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ACLS History Sixth iteration of guidelines since 1966 Second that is evidence based First that incorporates international perspective Evidence Based ... for any perfusing rhythm Avoids precipitating ventricular fibrillation Hold buttons down Check two leads for asystole If no ventricular ...
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Asystole & pulseless electrical activity Asystole is defined as a complete absence of demonstrable electrical & mechanical cardiac ... The 2010 ACLS Guidelines recommend that clinicians not intervene unless the patient exhibits evidence of inadequate tissue perfusion thought to result from the ...
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... (see ACLS algorithm) Rate usually regular, 100 - 250 bpm P wave: may be absent, inverted or ... may follow VF or PEA Remember! No defibrillation with Asystole Treatment: Epinephrine and Atropine, consider causes (pulmonary embolism, acidosis, tension pneumothorax, hypo ...
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Aminophylline (250 mg IV bolus): in refractory asystole. Pacemaker therapy ??: seldom effective. Cardiac Arrest managementAn organized system of ACLS management. o Including attention to team dynamics and. organization. o Careful use of drugs especially adrenaline,
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... (DNAR) orders/status Explicit criteria for stopping Death certification in the field Prohibition on transporting failed ACLS with CPR Case 5: Asystole Family presence at resuscitation efforts Survivor support plans More formal death notification Case 5: Asystole?
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Termination of Resuscitative Efforts Non-Traumatic Arrest -- Paramedic Only -- ACLS is administered for an amount of time to be determined in conjunction with online medical control No return of spontaneous pulse or evidence of neurological function Asystole in 2 leads No evidence of ...
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... VF or Asystole ACLS Protocols Treat cardiac & respiratory arrest Aggressive airway, ventilation, and circulatory management. Management CPR/AED as needed Treat cardiac rhythms Management (continued) ...
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2005 AHA Guidelines CPR & ECC Bill Cayley Jr MD Augusta Family Medicine Learning Objectives Describe 2005 CPR, ACLS & ECC guidelines Discuss reasons for guideline revisions Introduction Comprehensive evidence review ILCOR AHA Eight Task Forces Basic life support Advanced life support Acute ...
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... AHA – conference every 5 years Impacts BLS, PALS, ACLS, ... IV/IO placed Patient remains in asystole No response to at least 20 minutes ALS care Provide name of ED MD terminating efforts EMS may need to bring the body to the ED Extenuating circumstances, ...
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... consider inotropes Extreme low blood volume assess for bleeding or fluid loss, replace fluids VT, VF or Asystole ACLS protocols EXCEPTION: NO chest compressions (may dislodge outflow conduit) LV ...
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Learning Objectives. Discuss potential complications of near-drowning, which may cause cardiopulmonary arrest or a prearrest condition. Manage a case scenario describing the resuscitation and stabilization (ACLS)appropriate for a near-drowning victim
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... VF or Asystole ACLS Protocols Treat cardiac & respiratory arrest Aggressive airway, ventilation, and circulatory management. Consider Fluid bolus for serious burns 20 ml/kg Consider Sodium Bicarbonate: 1 mEq/kg Consider Mannitol: ...
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Title: New Perspectives in Cardiac Arrest Management: The 2000 ACLS Guidelines Author: WYETH Last modified by: Jeff Sapp Created Date: 2/20/2001 10:41:52 PM
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Atropine-PEA/Asystole. Q 3-5 minutes-adults. Adenosine-narrow fast complex. Chronotropic drugs may be used while awaiting pacer or pacing was ineffective. 2010 Guidelines. Atropine-PEA/Asystole. ... ACLS EP mid to late 2011. When to teach new material. March 1, ...
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... PEA/Asystole Adenosine Now more recognized for treatment of monomorphic wide complex tachycardia ... CVCC Disclaimer Slide 3 BLS CPR BLS CPR BLS CPR Slide 7 ACLS ACLS Slide 10 PALS/NRP PALS/NRP Slide 13 Post Cardiac Arrest Care Slide 15 Special Situations Special Situations ...
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One study found that 80% were in PEA/asystole and 20% ... given routinely at any stage during cardiac arrest increases rate of survival to hospital discharge References AHA ACLS Resource Text Adult Resuscitation Review and Update Benjamin Wachira Overview Introduction Major changes in ...
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Pulseless electrical activity (PEA) and Asystole 無脈性心電氣活動與無收縮心搏停止 示範個案一：到院前場景 EMT到達火災現場 一位男生被救出 臉部有燒傷且意認喪失及對測試無反應 無正常呼吸 無脈搏 AED分析：不必電擊 ACLS approach ...
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Pediatric Resuscitation Core Rounds Oct 2007 Marc Francis R5 FRCPC PEM Fellow year 1 Dr. Roger Galbraith Case 6 Patient arrives in asystole with no signs of life The nurse gets an IV line and you administer Epinephrine and Atropine IV followed by 1 minute of good CPR There is no response…
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... asystole ACLS protocol CPR 1 series of 3 defibrillations at T<30oC Withhold other rewarming strategies while awaiting extra-corporeal support Place percutaneous arterial and venous cannulae if vessels accessed pre-arrest or cutdown if post-arrest CHR Protocol Bypass protocol for severe ...
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... VF tends to deteriorate to asystole within a few minutes. New Recommendations to Integrate CPR and AED Use Two critical questions Whether CPR should be provided before defibrillation is attempted ?
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... MR for persistent asystole 0.25 ml/kg/min for 30-60’ ACLS is da’ bomb – or it bombs Ropivacaine & Levobupivacaine have had successful standard resuscitations Anesthesiology: Mar 2007 Mult letters regarding Rosenblatt case report ROSC immed after lipid, ...
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Intermediate Goal: Return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) Approach BLS ( Basic Life Support) Primary survey. ACLS ... PULSELESS ELECRICAL ACTIVITY 4. ASYSTOLE 2 OR * * Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation A - Airway B - Breathing C - Circulation D- Defibrillation Does BLS work? BLS- maximum ...
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