Monthly Archives: July 2013

the key to ecg for acls is – the six basic rhythms


Onliest six rhythms Yes, Virginia, there are only six cardiac rhythms. The protocol is based on this construct. Believe and achieve! Just a quick note to accompany this YouTube link. You can practice mega-code without a fancy manikins and fancy … Continue reading

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Announcement about additional sessions for CCNEPal


Additional sessions? July 20 2013 I have received many inquiries about how to enroll in the 3-day course. I appreciate the positive word-of-mouth that has come my way, and it has been an honor to teach here. All the groups … Continue reading

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anatomy lab in our threeday course


Nurses fascination with body organs Been teaching critical care skills on & off since 1980. Years ago (was it 1985? 1992?) I had this idea to include an actual anatomy lab when I do these short courses on critical care. … Continue reading

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Measuring an ICU in nepal


1958 A recent article about Critical Care in Nepal asserted that the best ICU ever established in the country was one which existed in 1958. Really? Baseball in USA I wonder when I read such things. “It was better in … Continue reading

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and her name was …. anju…. *


LNC batch  The first batch of 30 from LNC sessions was great. There are three more LNC batches to go, as well as a group in Jorpati, one in Bhaktapur, and the Big Group in Pokhara.  My pile of 500 certificates is … Continue reading

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