Online ACLS Recertification

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Recertify ACLS online and refresh your skills to offer advanced medical support during emergencies.

  • Current CPR and ECC guidelines
  • Instant certification card
  • CMEs and CEUs
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Course Details

Chapters CE Credits Validity Price Duration ECC Exam Attempts Wallet Card
17 4.0-8.0 2 Year $119.00 3-4 Hrs Compliant Unlimited Download/Mail/Print

What Can I Expect With ACLS Recertification?

Here are things to expect with ACLS recertification:

  • Review the core concepts:  Explore core ACLS concepts, including cardiac rhythm interpretation, airway management, and care offered post-resuscitation.
  • Updated guidelines:  Learn updated guidelines and algorithms based on the latest research to manage cardiac emergencies.
  • Interactive case studies:  Case studies encourage critical thinking and improve decision-making skills while managing critical cardiac scenarios.
  • Certification renewal: Get a renewed certification upon successful completion of the program and demonstrate proficiency.
  • Medicine administration:  Learn doses, contradictions, and routes of administration for drugs that are recommended for VF/pulseless VT.
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Who Should Take this Course?

Healthcare providers must seek an ACLS refresher course, including doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, certified clinical medical assistants, and osteopaths. Additionally, it should also be taken by dentists, dental hygienists, home care providers, and paramedics.

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Advantages of ACLS Recertification

The benefits of receiving your ACLS recertification are as follows:

  • Updated knowledge:  Advanced cardiac life support renewal keeps healthcare providers updated with the latest guidelines and practices.
  • Convenience:  Take your ACLS recert course to save time and energy. Online courses are more accessible and need less labor.
  • Flexible:  Start and stop your course at any time, and take your final exam as many times as you wish until you pass.
  • Additional training materials:  Get additional training and explanation materials to implement the training accurately during a live emergency.
  • Professional credibility: ACLS recertification demonstrates your commitment to enhancing credibility and improving trust among patients.
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