5 Tips for Passing Your ACLS Certification Test

Whether you’re just starting out as a pre-med student or you’re already an established health practitioner, at some point in your career you’ll likely need to become ACLS certified, so knowing a few pointers to help you pass the test really comes in handy. As one of today’s leading FREE ACLS certification providers, the team from medtigo Connect wants to share some insight to help you ace the exam.

Here are five important tips to help you pass the ACLS certification test with flying colors!

  1. Review Case Scenarios 

Many different scenarios will call for the use of ACLS skills. To determine when you need to perform procedures related to advanced cardiac life support, you’ll first have to recognize symptoms and specific scenarios, so review a variety of cases in order to prepare for the test.

  1. Memorize the ACLS Algorithms 

The ACLS algorithms guide you through what needs to be done to treat each scenario. These include the Acute Coronary Syndromes (ACS) Algorithm; Adult BLS Algorithm; Adult Bradycardia Algorithm; Adult Cardiac Arrest Algorithm; Adult Suspected Stroke Algorithm; Adult Tachycardia Algorithm; Immediate Post-Cardiac Arrest Care Algorithm; Opioid-Associated Life-Threatening Emergency Algorithm; and Unstable Tachycardia Algorithm.

  1. Memorize Medications & Dosages

For certain situations, you’ll also need to determine the proper medication for a patient and the right dosage to administer, and all this information will appear on your ACLS certification test. Because providing the wrong medication or incorrect dose could be fatal, this part of the test is extremely in-depth and important.

  1. Understand the Basics of Electrocardiography 

Electrocardiography, also referred to as ECG or EKG, produces an electrocardiogram designed to measure the activity of a patient’s heart. To administer it, medical personnel need to place electrodes properly on a patient’s skin. There are a variety of free online ECG/EKG simulators that you can take advantage of.

  1. Take Your Time & Stay Calm 

Last, but certainly not least, when taking your ACLS certification test it’s important to take your time: stay calm and don’t rush. Read every question carefully and make certain you understand each part of it before you answer. If you’ve prepared by studying and memorizing appropriate medications and algorithms, then there’s no reason to worry.

Contact medtigo Connect today for FREE ACLS certification! 

To learn more about our free ACLS and BLS certification course, contact us online today or call (413) 398-5509.

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