GPO Members – To see your special pricing, you must be logged in to your HPC Customer Portal account. If you don’t have an account, please register above.
25 products found
BLS Course Digital Video
BLS Instructor eCard
BLS Instructor eCardView
BLS Instructor Manual eBook
BLS Instructor Manual eBookView
BLS Instructor Package w/ Digital Video
BLS Instructor Package with DVD Set
BLS Provider Manual eBook
BLS Provider Manual eBookView
The BLS Provider Manual eBook is the electronic equivalent of the AHA’s BLS Provider Manual. It offers an alternative to the printed manual and contains all the information students need to successfully complete the BLS Course. Designed for a single user, this text is ideal for use as a reference tool before and after the BLS Course.
The BLS Provider Manual eBook includes the BLS Digital Reference Card, which is the electronic equivalent of the BLS Reference Card.
ACLS Instructor Essentials Online
ACLS Instructor Essentials OnlineView
This course has been updated to reflect the 2015 AHA Guidelines educational methodologies and Heartsaver courses
Heartsaver Instructor Essentials is the self-directed, online portion of the Heartsaver Instructor Essentials Blended Learning Course. It covers the components of the instructor cycle, including Prepare, Teach, Test & Remediate, Close, and Keep Current. It includes core information about instructing AHA courses, followed by course-specific information
This course must be completed by candidates who wish to become AHA Heartsaver Instructors. Also, all AHA Faculty (Regional and Training Center) who teach Heartsaver Instructor Courses must complete the online portion of Heartsaver Instructor Essentials.
Continuing education credits available
Tech requirements available at https://www.onlineaha.org/technical_requirements
Shipping and handling charges will be removed when order is processed
Codes will be emailed within 24 hours of orders placed between 7:30am-5:30pm CST Monday-Friday. If order is placed on Friday after 5pm CST, code will be emailed Monday morning.
ACLS Poster Set (set of 9)
AHA Heartsaver eCard K-12 Schools
AHA Heartsaver eCard K-12 SchoolsView
Electronic AHA course completion card
Valid alternative to printed AHA Heartsaver K-12 Schools course completion card
All card information, including optional modules completed, entered by the course Instructor for added card security
Printable in full page or wallet-size format
For more information, see the AHA Course Card Reference Guide, available at CPR.Heart.org and AHA Instructor Network
Optional modules include:
Child CPR AED
First Aid (when taught with CPR AED)
How will you receive it after purchased?
The American Heart has developed an online tool which allows AHA TC Coordinators (TCCs), Training Center Admins (TC Admins) and Instructors the ability to issue virtual AHA course completion cards ? or eCards ? to students. AHA?s My Cards is conveniently available through the AHA Instructor Network?s Training Central?
This tool is known as My Cards
The turnaround time is about 24 hours, except for orders placed on Saturday & Sunday
How do the customers issue the cards to the students? There are three ways (please also refer to User Guide):
Through the My Cards system, TCCs or TC Admins may issue eCards to their Instructors using the Assign eCards to Instructors link. The Instructors may then handle distribution of eCards to students.
Through the My Cards system, TCCs or TC Admins may issue eCards directly to Students using the Assign eCards to Students link.
Through the My Courses? system, TCCs, TC Admins or Instructors may issue eCards through the Roster Manager screen simply by checking a box next to the students? names and clicking the Assign eCards button.
Recommended web browsers for use:
Internet Explorer 8 or above
AHDR; All Hazards Disaster Response
ATLS Student ManualAdvanced Trauma Life Support, 10th edition
ATLS Student ManualView
Each chapter was rewritten and revised to ensure clear coverage of the most up-to-date scientific content, including updated references. New to the 10th edition are:
Completely revised skills stations based on unfolding scenarios
Emphasis on the trauma team, including a new Teamwork section at the end of each chapter and a new appendix focusing on Team Resource Management in ATLS
Expanded Pitfalls features in each chapter to identify correlating preventive measures meant to avoid the pitfalls
Additional skills in local hemorrhage control, including wound packing and tourniquet application
Addition of the new Glasgow Coma Scale
An update of terminology regarding spinal immobilization to emphasize restriction of spinal motion
Many new photographs and medical illustrations, as well as updated management algorithms, throughout the manual
The course continues to make use of the MyATLS mobile application. The app is full of useful reference content for retrieval at the hospital bedside and for review at your leisure. Content includes:
Interactive visuals, including treatment algorithms and x-ray identification
Just in time video segments capturing key skills
Calculators, including a pediatric burn calculator to determine fluid administration
Animations, including airway management and surgical cricothyroidotomy
Students, instructors, coordinators, and educators are encouraged to access and regularly use this important tool.
Emergency Point-of-Care Ultrasound
Emergency Point-of-Care UltrasoundView
The book contains chapters devoted to scanning the chest, abdomen, head and neck, and extremities, as well as paediatric evaluations, ultrasound-guided vascular access, and more. An entire section is devoted to the syndromic approach for an array of symptoms and patient populations, including chest and abdominal pain, respiratory distress, HIV and TB coinfected patients, and pregnant patients. Also included is expert guidance on administering ultrasound in a variety of challenging environments, such as communities and regions with underdeveloped healthcare systems, hostile environments, and cyberspace.
Each chapter begins with an introduction to the focused scan under discussion and a detailed description of methods for obtaining useful images. This is followed by examples of normal and abnormal scans, along with discussions of potential pitfalls of the technique, valuable insights from experienced users, and summaries of the most up-to-date evidence.
Emergency Point-of-Care Ultrasound, Second Edition is a valuable working resource for emergency medicine residents and trainees, practitioners who are just bringing ultrasound scanning into their practices, and clinicians with many years of sonographic experience.
EMTALA Answer Book 2019
EMTALA Answer Book 2019View
But most importantly, The EMTALA Answer Book shows you how to meet these medical duties, stave off these legal threats, and avoid fines, bad publicity, and exclusion from Medicare.
Some of the questions that The EMTALA Answer Book addresses include:
What documents will an EMTALA investigation team request and how to prepare for such a request?
How do EMTALA investigators select medical charts to review and what are they looking for?
What are the most common EMTALA violations leading to civil money penalties?
Can an EMTALA investigation be expanded to governmental agencies other than CMS?
Why are EMTALA Tags the key to good risk management?
What are 12 things a hospital should do in response to an EMTALA investigation?
Fast Facts for the ER NurseThird Edition
Fast Facts for the ER NurseView
The only book of its kind, this quick-access guide prepares ER nurses for the most common illnesses they will encounter by alphabetically organizing diseases and disorders within each body system. All chapters, written in short paragraphs with at-a-glance bulleted information, list relevant materials, equipment, and drugs. Each possible diagnosis comes with a definition, causes, signs and symptoms, and interventions.
The popular "Fast Facts in a Nutshell" feature consists of succinct key points and questions and answers for review. Culminating in appendices that include a list of abbreviations, common lab values, EKG rhythms, and frequently used ER medications, this quick reference addresses the ER nurse's needs at a glance. Skills check-off sheets provide crucial self-checks for efficient and confident care in the ER.
New to the Third Edition:
New documentation tips throughout and updated illustrations
Updated American Heart Association Guidelines included
Stroke updates with TPA inclusion and exclusion criteria and administration tips
Disaster response updates including highly infectious diseases and mass casualties
Updates on increased opioid-induced cardiac arrests, toxicological emergencies, and substance abuse (includes synthetic and designer drugs)
Updated information on respiratory emergencies
Reorganized shock information