ACLS Review by Michael Zevitz
ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) Review: Pearls of Wisdom, Third Edition

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MAXIMIZE YOUR ACLS SCORE!

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3 STAR DOODY'S REVIEW

"This book's most impressive aspect is that it presents the core topics in a direct and concise manner, that makes it a quick read and easy to understand."--Doody's Review Service

Pearls of Wisdom ACLS Review, 3e is your most effective weapon in preparing for the American Heart Association's Advanced Cardiac Life Support exam. This rapid, effective review ensures your best possible performance on the exam in the shortest possible study time. There is no easier or faster way to ensure that you perform your best!

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1200+ rapid-fire questions cover all topics on the ACLS exam Powered with performance-improving pearls and other potent learning aids Updated to reflect the 2005 AMA guidelines NEW chapter on child and infant CPR and ventilation
 

About Michael Zevitz

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Michael Zevitz, MD is Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Cardiology at Chicago Medical School, Chicago, IL. Scott H. Plantz, M.D. is an Associate Professor at Chicago Medical School in Chicago, Illinois. He is also affiliated with Sinai Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. Scott H. Plantz, M.D. is an Associate Professor at Chicago Medical School in Chicago, Illinois. He is also affiliated with Sinai Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. Gillian Lewke Emblad, PA, CMA, works as a Physician Assistant at San Mateo County Hospital in San Mateo, California. She is also affilited with St. Francis Hospital in San Francisco, California and Summit Alta Bates in Oakland, California Dr. Peter Emblad works in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the San Fransisco Kaiser Hospital in San Fransisco, California. Dr. Nicholas Lorenzo is the founding Editor-in-Chief of eMedicine Neurology Online Reference and the Founder of Neurological Consulting of Nebraska, Kansas and Minnesota.
 
Published November 28, 2007 by McGraw-Hill/Appleton & Lange. 116 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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