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& Stroke - Pack 50 - 32 Page Booklet

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ISBN: 501763
American Heart Association

& Stroke - Pack 50 - 32 Page Booklet

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Part of the American Heart Association’s Life’s Essential 8TM, eight steps everyone should take to achieve ideal cardiovascular health, this helpful guide explains diabetes (what it is, how it is diagnosed, types). Practical advice is given for controlling this condition and reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke by making lifestyle changes. Content features two new diabetes-friendly recipes to promote healthy eating.

About Heart Transplants Brochure - 50pk

Our Guide for Patients & Families
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ISBN: 50-1616
Krames - The Stay Well Company

About Heart Transplants Brochure - 50pk

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Discusses the conditions that render a patient in need of a heart transplant, what happens during the procedure, expected survival rates, and the potential complications following surgery. The process of organ donation is also discussed. Full-color photographic artwork.
28 pages, 4" x 8½".

About Your Bypass Surgery Booklet -50pk

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ISBN: 50-1645
Krames - The Stay Well Company

About Your Bypass Surgery Booklet -50pk

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Merit Award
National Health Information Awards


Offers bypass patients information and reassurance, explaining in positive terms why surgery is performed and how it works. Takes a careful look at pre-op procedures, the healing process, home recovery, and how exercise will help patients regain strength. Full-color photographic artwork.
28 pages, 4" x 8½".

Achieving Accuracy: BP Measurement

Achieving Accuracy: BP Measurement
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ISBN: 151425
American Heart Association

Achieving Accuracy: BP Measurement

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Improve your blood pressure measurement skills with the new Achieving Accuracy: BP Measurement e-Learning module co-developed by the American Heart Association and the American Medical Association.

High-quality patient care is the top priority for healthcare professionals (HCPs), and re-training is vital to improving accuracy in blood pressure (BP) measurement. High BP is a leading risk factor for heart attacks and strokes. Identifying and treating High BP is key to improving patients’ cardiovascular health.

Guidelines recommend all HCPs should periodically re-train on BP measurement techniques to ensure you consistently measure BP accurately every time.

This course:

• Reinforces your knowledge on guideline recommended BP measurement techniques

• Teaches 5 essential steps to accurately measure and record BP using a manual, semi-automated, or automated device

• Boosts competency and confidence in BP measurement readings across the care team

• Earns 0.5 Continuing Education (CE) credit

ACLS EP Manual & Resource Text

ACLS EP Manual & Resource Text
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ISBN: 151064
American Heart Association

ACLS EP Manual & Resource Text

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Every 5 years the American Heart Association publishes updated Guidelines for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC). These guidelines reflect new global resuscitation science and treatment recommendations derived from the 2015 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care with Treatment Recommendations (CoSTR) conference.

The ACLS EP Manual and Resource Text includes all of the information students will need to successfully complete the instructor-led, classroom-based ACLS EP course. It is also an important resource for ACLS EP instructors. It is intended for use by a single student as a reference tool before, during, and after the course. This manual contains information needed to access the ACLS EP student Website, the ACLS EP Systematic Approach Pocket Reference Card, and the ACLS Pocket Reference Card Set (15-1007). Based on the 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines for CPR and ECC.

Course Overview

This course is intended for seasoned healthcare providers who have demonstrated proficiency in performing BLS and ACLS skills, reading and interpreting ECGs, and understanding ACLS pharmacology, and who regularly lead or participate in emergency assessment and treatment of pre-arrest, arrest, or post-arrest patients. This audience includes physicians, paramedics, and emergency department or critical-care nurses. The course director may also allow other professionals who are deeply involved in the field of resuscitation to participate, including scientists, educators, and researchers.

The goal of ACLS EP is improving outcomes in complex cardiovascular, respiratory, and other (e.g., metabolic or toxicologic) emergencies by expanding on core ACLS guidelines using critical thinking and decision-making strategies. Through instruction and active participation in case-based scenarios, students enhance their skills in the differential diagnosis and treatment of pre-arrest, arrest, and post-arrest patients.

After successfully completing the ACLS EP course, students should be able to:

  • demonstrate proficiency in providing BLS care, including prioritizing chest compressions and integrating use of an AED
  • recognize and manage respiratory arrest
  • recognize and manage cardiac arrest until termination of resuscitation or transfer of care, including post-cardiac-arrest care
  • demonstrate effective communication as a leader or member of a resuscitation team and recognize the impact of team dynamics on overall team performance
  • apply the systematic approach to assessment, evaluation, and management of complex cardiovascular, respiratory, and other emergencies

Course is based on:

  • the 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines for CPR and ECC
  • the 2012 American College of Cardiology Foundation (ACCF)/AHA Focused Update of the Guideline for the Management of Patients with Unstable Angina/Non-ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction
  • the 2013 ACCF/AHA Guidelines for the Management of ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction.
In order to take this course, students must pass a precourse examination with a grade of 84% or higher. The ACLS EP Exam Key (15-1411) must be purchased separately.

ACLS EP Manual & Resource Text eBook

ACLS EP Manual & Resource Text eBook
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ISBN: 153134
American Heart Association

ACLS EP Manual & Resource Text eBook

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The ACLS EP Manual and Resource Text eBook contains all of the information students need to successfully complete the Instructor-led, classroom ACLS EP Course. It is intended for seasoned healthcare providers who are proficient in performing BLS and ACLS skills, reading and interpreting ECGs, and understanding ACLS pharmacology and who regularly lead or participate in emergency assessment and treatment of prearrest, arrest or postarrest patients. This audience includes physicians, paramedics and emergency department or critical care nurses. When used in preparation for the ACLS EP course, this text is intended for use by a single learner and provides information needed before, during and after the course. This manual also gives learners access to a website containing a link to the ACLS Provider Exam online (precourse requirement) and additional information and reference materials to help them successfully complete the ACLS EP course.

Separate supplementary tools, the ACLS Digital Reference Card Set and the ACLS EP Systematic Approach Digital Reference Card are included with the purchase of the ACLS EP Manual and Resource Text eBook. These reference cards are the equivalent to the ACLS Pocket Reference Card Set and the ACLS EP Systematic Approach Pocket Reference Card.

Note: Before purchasing an AHA eBook for a classroom-based course, students should check with their instructor or instructor's Training Center Coordinator to confirm that mobile devices will be allowed in the classroom.

Adult & Child CPR Training Masks

Adult & Child CPR Training Masks (10-count)
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ISBN: 203918
American Heart Association

Adult & Child CPR Training Masks

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Preferred by professionals, yet easy enough to use for any rescuer, our latex free rescue mask makes resuscitation safer for the responder and more efficient for the patient. Since you won't be pinching the patient's nose shut, each rescue breath will have two avenues of entry into the body.

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Advanced

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Advanced Airway Management Module
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ISBN: 201458
American Heart Association

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Advanced

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The ALS: Advanced Airway Management Module is designed to teach providers how to evaluate and determine the need for an advanced airway in patients. This course provides instruction on the strategies of oxygen monitoring and delivery prior to advanced airway placement. It also demonstrates the strategies and goals of advanced airway insertion, troubleshooting issues, ensuring proper placement, and monitoring the patient.

This eLearning course features True Adaptive™ learning, where students follow a learning path personalized by their own inputs and self-reported confidence level.

After successfully completing this course, students should be able to:

• Describe the Indications for Advanced Airway Management

• Describe Pre-Oxygenation Strategies and Goals

• Describe the steps in the Advanced Airway Insertion Procedure

• Describe the post-intubation methods of confirmation and monitoring

Advanced Life Support (ALS): High-

Advanced Life Support (ALS): High-Performance Teams Module
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ISBN: 201463
American Heart Association

Advanced Life Support (ALS): High-

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The ALS: High-Performance Teams Module covers the essential role of high-performance teams in improving survival from cardiac arrest. It educates students on how high-performance teams carry out their roles in highly effective manners, resulting in superior performance and timing, which can translate to improved survival for patients in cardiac arrest.

This course focuses on the following concepts:

• Timing, quality, coordination, and administration

• Team roles and dynamics

• The role of a CPR Coach

• Ways to increase Chest Compression Fraction (CCF) and how to measure CCF

• Use of feedback devices and physiological response to adjust real-time CPR performance

• Structured and supported debriefing

This eLearning course features True Adaptive™ learning, where students follow a learning path personalized by their own inputs and self-reported confidence level.

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Maternal

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Maternal Cardiac Arrest Module
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ISBN: 201457
American Heart Association

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Maternal

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Maternal Cardiac Arrest (MCA) is a life-threatening event that may occur in any healthcare setting, even outside the hospital. Cardiac arrest in this population poses unique challenges to a healthcare team since there are critical actions affecting two patients. The ALS: Maternal Cardiac Arrest Module explores the why of MCA and how to treat pregnant cardiac arrest patients within a hospital.

This eLearning course features True Adaptive™ learning, where students follow a learning path personalized by their own inputs and self-reported confidence level.

After successfully completing this course, students should be able to:

• Identify current factors influencing maternal morbidity and mortality in the United States in relation to maternal cardiac arrest

• Describe how to determine a different diagnosis for maternal cardiac arrest

• Describe the relevant physiologic changes of pregnancy that impact the resuscitation of Mother and Fetus during maternal cardiac arrest

• Discuss modifications that are required in maternal resuscitation protocols

• Describe key components of the management schema for response to cardiopulmonary arrest during pregnancy

• Discuss implementation strategies for ongoing resuscitation measures when initial resuscitation strategies are unsuccessful to achieve ROSC

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Opioid

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Opioid Module
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ISBN: 201461
American Heart Association

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Opioid

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The ALS: Opioid Module is designed to help clinical team members provide immediate treatment and care for adult opioid overdose victims. Course content includes the following:

• Pathophysiology of opioid overdose

• Special considerations on how to care for overdose patients, including naloxone administration

• Recognizing the need for high-quality CPR and the use of a defibrillator as indicated

• Information on the importance and types of resources available for individuals after an opioid overdose, including medication-assisted therapies

After successfully completing this course, students should be able to:

• Describe the current opioid epidemic in the U.S.

• Explain the pathophysiology of chronic opioid use

• Describe the pathophysiology of opioid overdose

• Describe the efficacy of naloxone for opioid overdose

• Review care considerations for comprehensive treatment after an opioid overdose

This eLearning course features True Adaptive™ learning, where students follow a learning path personalized by their own inputs and self-reported confidence level.

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Procedural

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Procedural Sedation Module
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ISBN: 201459
American Heart Association

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Procedural

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The ALS: Procedural Sedation Module covers pre-procedural considerations for the use of procedural sedation, including identification of the levels of sedation and when sedation becomes general anesthesia. The course describes how to evaluate patients prior to, during, and post-procedural sedation. It educates providers on equipment needed for monitoring patients, common medications to use, as well as reversal agents to have on hand to safely perform procedural sedation. Criteria for a safe discharge post-sedation is also covered.

This eLearning course features True Adaptive™ learning, where students follow a learning path personalized by their own inputs and self-reported confidence level.

After successfully completing this course, students should be able to:

• Explain the Pre-Procedure preparation for Procedural Sedation

• Describe the Intra-Procedural considerations for Procedural Sedation

• Describe the Post-Procedural considerations for Procedural Sedation

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Trauma

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Trauma Module
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ISBN: 201462
American Heart Association

Advanced Life Support (ALS): Trauma

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The Trauma Module describes the systematic evaluation of a trauma patient including performing initial lifesaving maneuvers. This course includes assessment, approaches, and treatment of systematic evaluation of a trauma patient, key concerns during an assessment, adjuncts to the primary trauma survey, airway obstruction maneuvers and securing the airway, identifying shock and providing treatment, hemodynamic instability, and hemorrhage control, trauma resuscitation, permissive hypotension, massive transfusions, traumatic brain injury, burn injuries, and musculoskeletal injuries.

The intended audiences for this course are ED Physicians (not recently taken ATLS), ED Nurses, Paramedics, and NP/APN.

After successfully completing this course, students should be able to:

• Describe the systematic evaluation of a trauma patient including performing initial life-saving maneuvers.

• Explain how to ensure that a trauma patient has a secure and functional airway.

• Describe the pathophysiology of shock in trauma.

• Identify sources of hemodynamic instability and perform life-saving maneuvers for initial hemorrhage control.

• Describe the management of trauma patients with traumatic central nervous system injury, burn injuries, and fractures.

• Explain the indications and contraindications of resuscitative thoracotomy in case of traumatic cardiac arrest.

Advanced Life Support: High-Performance

Advanced Life Support: High-Performance Teams
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ISBN: 284008
American Heart Association

Advanced Life Support: High-Performance

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The ALS: High-Performance Teams Module covers the essential role of high-performance teams in improving survival from cardiac arrest. It educates students on how high-performance teams carry out their roles in highly effective manners, resulting in superior performance and timing, which can translate to improved survival for patients in cardiac arrest.

Advanced Life Support: Maternal Cardiac

Advanced Life Support: Maternal Cardiac Arrest
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ISBN: 284009
American Heart Association

Advanced Life Support: Maternal Cardiac

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The ALS: Maternal Cardiac Arrest Module explores the why of MCA and how to treat pregnant cardiac arrest patients within a hospital.

Advanced Life Support: Mechanical

Advanced Life Support: Mechanical Circulatory Systems
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ISBN: 284005
American Heart Association

Advanced Life Support: Mechanical

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The Mechanical Circulatory Systems Module describes the introduction to mechanical circulatory support, general concepts of patient selection, and types of percutaneous mechanical circulatory support.

Advanced Life Support: Trauma

Advanced Life Support: Trauma
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ISBN: 284014
American Heart Association

Advanced Life Support: Trauma

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The Trauma Module describes the systematic evaluation of a trauma patient including performing initial lifesaving maneuvers. This course includes assessment, approaches, and treatment of systematic evaluation of a trauma patient, key concerns during an assessment, adjuncts to the primary trauma survey, airway obstruction maneuvers and securing the airway, identifying shock and providing treatment, hemodynamic instability, and hemorrhage control, trauma resuscitation, permissive hypotension, massive transfusions, traumatic brain injury, burn injuries, and musculoskeletal injuries.

After Your Heart Attack (Spanish), 25pk

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ISBN: 50-1702
Krames - The Stay Well Company

After Your Heart Attack (Spanish), 25pk

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Enhanced anatomical artwork increases patient comprehension and aids in discussions about the patient's role in recovery. Emphasizes patient understanding and self-care strategies, including lifestyle changes to help prevent future attacks. New full-color photography helps patients relate and promotes a positive "can-do" attitude. * Normal heart anatomy, when a heart attack occurs * Your care in the hospital * Transitioning from hospital to home * Understanding risk factors, factors you can control * Your heart risk action plan * Understanding medications, tracking chart * Lifestyle management tips: smoking cessation, heart-healthy eating, exercise * Coping with emotions, notes for family and friends * Warning signs and symptoms, when to call the provider * 32 pages, full-color photography and enhanced anatomical artwork

After Your Heart Attack, AHA -50pk

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ISBN: 50-1669
Krames - The Stay Well Company

After Your Heart Attack, AHA -50pk

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Patients recovering from heart attack have countless questions. Use this brochure to provide answers about why heart attacks occur and what to expect during recovery. Also includes information about life after heart attack, reactions from family members, common emotions, depression and reducing risk factors to prevent recurrent events. Full-color photographic artwork. 20 pages, 4" x 8".

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AHA Bacterial Endocarditis Card 100pk

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ISBN: 50-1605
Krames - The Stay Well Company

AHA Bacterial Endocarditis Card 100pk

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Includes 2021 Guideline Update
Provide an ID card for patients who are at increased risk for developing adverse outcomes from infective endocarditis (IE). Patients can show the card to providers before undergoing dental or surgical procedures to ensure that proper precautions are taken. Includes antibiotic dosage guidelines. Two-sided wallet card; 4" x 9-5/8", folds to 4" x 2-3/8".

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