ACLS Advisor 2017 Guidelines

ACLS Advisor 2017 Guidelines

By Paul Chan

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2015-09-03
  • Current Version: 2017.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 9.81 MB
  • Developer: Paul Chan
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    1.5/5 ( 14 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
ACLS Advisor 2017 Guidelines App Ratings: 1.5
1.5
Based on 14 App Reviews

ACLS Advisor 2017 Guidelines App Details

ACLS Advisor features the New 2015 American ACLS Guidelines. ACLS Advisor helps you learn basic life support and advanced cardiovascular life support. The automated cardiology advisor provides the appropriate the action that should be performed for each type of cardiac arrest. Defibrillator energies and resuscitation pharmacology are provided by the app. Physicians, nurses, medical students, paramedics, and EMTs, can use this application to administer ACLS and basic life support. Categories: Basic life support, ACLS, pulseless arrest, acute coronary syndromes, bradycardia, tachycardia, pulseless electrical activity, asystole, stroke, anaphylaxis, electrolyte abnormalities, asthma, toxicology, pediatric basic life support. Learn to treat the underlying cause of arrhythmias. Key Features: • Drug indications • Evidence-based guidelines • Biphasic defibrillation • Acute coronary syndromes • Evidence-based guidelines • ACLS algorithm flow charts • Sample ECGs for easy reference • Includes the new, updated 2015 ACLS changes • Powered by the ACCI Cardiology Decision Engine Review from imedicalapps.com: “a well organized and easy to use application that walks you though the ACLS algorithms.” “this app hits a home run.” “ well polished.” “a plethora of information, such as asthma, toxicology, stroke and pediatrics.” “Physicians, residents, medical students, NPs, PAs, RNs, ANAs would benefit." “a great study aid if you’re about to take an ACLS course.” Scrubs Magazine: "Top 10 iPhone Apps" "A Must-have App." What's new: New National guideline updates. Take a practice ACLS Certification test.

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App Reviews

  • Needs revision of algorithm pages!

    1
    By A foil
    10/14/2017: Need to revise the format so that entire algorithms can be seen in one screen then to allow zooming. You posted PALS algorithms in Adult ACLS app. Please review & make corrections.
  • Not up to date

    2
    By marvelousrn
    Vasopressin has been removed
  • ACLS

    1
    By Cmiller4446
    Does not work on iPhone 5. Large type, can't adjust, program not useable
  • Paid for 2017 update but

    1
    By ZeekoReza
    After paying for this several times in past I now realize this is not carefully made Eg Vasopressin has been removed from VFVT algorithm. So why is it still shown in this app? Yes the studies say it is equal to epinephrine but in the algorithm it has been removed. Under examples of rhythms : under SVT clearly showing a monomorphic VTach !!! Come on. This is life saving stuff. You cant have errors like this. Not to mention if you expect people to pay for updates
  • Bad

    1
    By wcyarb
    In app purchase gives you flowcharts from the book but it is way too big to see and will not resize. I would not get this app.
  • Glitch in app causes you to keep paying for it

    2
    By l_aurel
    its a good app but seriously there is no notation anywhere that if you need to load this to your phone again that they will charge you to unlock it again. originally purchased this in 2011 updates continue. now the algorithms do not display properly and you cannot pinch to resize to see them please fix this app mr chan and then ill give you the better review
  • Horrible

    1
    By MelissaElaine1975
    This app is horrible. I thought it was free, but then I was charged $5. The print is too small to read. It is light grey print against a black background. There is tons of text but not enough pertinent I formation for an emergency. I would request a refund of my $5, but there is no way to contact the developers- what a waste!!!
  • Excellent App for ACLS

    5
    By Trwguitar
    I have been an ACLS instructor for many years and despite the many negative reviews, I feel this APP is still a very good resource. If you take the time to really look into it and break it down it is very helpful. It covers acute coronary syndrome well, the algorithms, And the many other helpful and useful resources in this app. I would recommend this app to anyone at any level of emergency medical care for teaching or as a handy backup for quick resources. If there are a few glitches for any updates for the 2015 guidelines a little research on your own can fix that. Tony Wann, BSRT, RRT, ACCS, NPS
  • Charge and charge again!

    1
    By istuart45
    I bought this before and then they switched to a pay in app system and ripped me off!!!
  • should have read the reviews

    1
    By iNewby
    I paid for the algorithms but the format is huge and impossible to read on my phone. Waste of money.

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