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Course Info:

- No. of Nursing Contact hours: 32

- No. of CCI CEU, ARRT Category A Credits: 32

- Ideal for RN/LPN needing 30 or more Nursing CE.

- This course meets all RN and LPN CE requirements for these states: AK, AR, CA, DC, GA, IL, KS, MA, NE, NH, NM, NV, SC.

 

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32 Nursing, CCI & ARRT CE: Improving Cardiac Arrest Survival, Try&Buy

$89.00Price
  • RN & LPN Nursing CE acceptance:

    • State Nursing Board: Accepted by AK, AR, CA, DC, FL, GA, IL, IA, KS, KY, MA, MI, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, PA, SC, TX and WY for RN & LPN continuing education. For more details: Go to our catalog & select state.

    Registry acceptance:

    • CCI - Accepted 
    • ARRT – Accepted

    - Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing - provider # CEP17092.

    - Rule approved Nursing CE provider for following:

    • Arkansas Board Of Nursing - provider #50-23367.

    • District Of Columbia Board Of Nursing - provider #50-23367.

    • Florida Board of Nursing - provider #50-23367.

    • Georgia Board Of Nursing - provider #50-23367.

    • South Carolina Board Of Nursing - provider #50-23367.

    - Course Approved by ARRT RCEEM 

    - Money back guarantee on course acceptance

    - Generous test refund policy

     

  • Course Title: Improving Cardiac Arrest Survival

    32 Nursing Contact hours

    32 CCI CEU and ARRT cat. A credits

     

    This takece.com continuing education course explains how to improve cardiac arrest survival. This CE course also covers differences between cardiac arrest and heart attack; the types and characteristics of primary cardiac arrest arrhythmias, the cardiac arrest chain of survival, out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and in-hospital cardiac arrest. Use of MRI and cardiac CT to detect specific structural disorders that are known risk factors for cardiac arrest; Use of X-rays and Ultrasound as diagnostic tools. Furthermore, it includes emergency medical services response to cardiac arrest and implementing patient and family centered care.

 

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