Practice Tests

Acute Coronary Syndromes

Early recognition and rapid treatment offers the best chance of survival for patients with ACS. This starts with EMS and ends with successful reperfusion.

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BLS / ACLS Surveys

This section tests your knowledge of the systematic approach to treating acutely ill or injured patients, with ROSC being the ultimate goal.

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Bradycardia Practice Test

The trick in treating the patient with bradycardia is to determine whether the patient’s symptoms are directly caused by the slow heart rate. Ready to test your knowledge?

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Electrical Therapy (Defibrillation, Cardioversion and AED)

There are differences between these modalities, in terms of how they work and when they are used. Do you know which type of electrical therapy your patient requires?

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Medication / Medication Delivery

Part of ACLS is learning which medications are used to treat distinct rhythms. Let’s see how well you know your drugs, as well as the routes of medication delivery.

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PEA / Asystole

These questions will test your knowledge of treatment of the patient in a nonshockable rhythm, where determining the underlying cause is key to ROSC.

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Post-Cardiac Arrest Care

Your patient has survived a heart attack. What comes next?

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Respiratory Arrest / Airway Management

No matter which rhythm your patient presents in, you’ll need to be able to manage your patient’s airway effectively. This section tests your knowledge of airway adjuncts, suctioning, intubation and more.

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Running the Code

This section encompasses teamwork, code dos and don’ts, and other miscellaneous information surrounding the actual resuscitation effort.

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Can you recognize the symptoms of stroke? Would you know what to do if you were tasked with treating a stroke patient? These questions will test your knowledge of stroke and stroke management.

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If this algorithm raises both your blood pressure and your heart rate, you’re not alone! This is one of the more complicated algorithms to learn. How much do you know?

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VF / Pulseless VT

As many patients who experience sudden cardiac arrest will likely exhibit VF or pulseless VT at some point, you’ll need to become intimately familiar with this algorithm.

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