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Publisher's Summary

What you will learn from this book: team resuscitation concepts, what actually happens in mega codes, BLS and ACLS surveys, acute coronary syndrome management, stroke management, and recognition of basic dysrhythmia. Additionally, 160 review questions are included.

©2015 Jane John-Nwankwo RN, MSN (P)2015 Jane John-Nwankwo RN, MSN

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  • tara pastal
  • 12-08-2015

Horrible and incomplete

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Actually addressing issues to pass an ACLS exam. You can't discuss heart rhythms in a audiobook. You can't read charts in an audiobook. You CAN discuss treatment plans including pharmacology and mitigating factors.

What could MSN and Jane John-Nwankwo RN have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Make it appropriate and effective for passing ACLS

How could the performance have been better?

Someone familiar with medical terminology and better cadence should have done the reading.

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Seriously, how can you write an ACLS manual without a single word about pharmacology and twenty minutes about BLS???? Where is capnography and hypothermia???? Ugh. All useful study points are absent from this utter waste of time.

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  • tracey
  • 05-11-2019

Information very outdated!

Such a let down. The information was old from 2010. Save your time and credit s.

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  • Patrick
  • 27-03-2020

Stand Alone?

The information content appears correct. It follows the format used by the American Heart Association. So far, so good. However; during the course of the presentation, the narrator starts to reference visual material which is not present. This creates a major problem. Several other Audible books I have purchased include an associated pdf file for reference at the appropriate time. That should have been included, but was not.

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  • Monica hampshire
  • 27-06-2021

Awful

RN for 13 years, trying to review skills for ACLS exam. If I could give this book zero stars I would. I am very upset that I used a credit on this and I feel I deserve a refund. I may even cancel my membership over this book. I really feel this book is fraudulent as it tells you nothing and reviews nothing on ACLS.

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  • Byron Holman
  • 27-07-2015

Great Resource

Great Read. I can tell the reader was not a medical professional though. Still a great book.

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