NICE and NC-CLEX 5-day ACLS Training (ASHI Guidelines) in Cebu City November 9, 2010

Nursing Institute for Continuing Education (NICE) and Nursing Center for Clinical Laboratory Experience (NC-CLEX) 5-day ACLS Training (ASHI Guidelines)

Date: November 9 – 13, 2010
Time: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Venue: Baseline Restaurant, Cebu City

Registration Fee: Php 4,500
Reservation Fee: Php 500 – 1000 (balance to be paid 1 week before the workshop/training)

Module I Basic Life Support – CPR One-man and Two-man CPR Foreign Body Airway Obstruction (Consious and Unconscious)

Module II Basic EKG interpretation Arrythmia Recognition based on electrophysiological properties.

Module III Effective Defrillation and Safety Cardioversion AED- Automated External Defibrillation Bi-phasic Defibrillation AICD-Automated Implantable Cardioverter Defib Preparatory to Mega Code Intubation-Endotracheal/Intranasal

Module IV Cardio-Pharmacology Administration of Emergency Cardiac Drugs First Line Drugs and Second Line Meds Use of Monoject med with needle protecter Rules on IV bolus and Drips

Module V Interactive Learning Experience MEGA CODE – Group Dynamics Written exam / one-on-one demo using EKG simulator and mannequins Emergency Crash Cart


  • Registration fee is inclusive of US-accredited certificate and ID valid for 1 year and an ASHI ACLS ID valid for 2 years.

For questions, registration and inquiries please contact HARBY in the following numbers:
0927-6335807; 0933-5085697; 0921-3963421; 236-5883

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