Tag Archives: ACLS

part 5: finally, the “Pearls” of teaching ACLS in Low Resource Setting


Muraho to my readers from Rwanda! My blog stats tell me I am getting a lot of hits from that country. Please make a comment below and tell me who you are. I am very curious. Welcome to this page. … Continue reading

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part 2: teaching critical care nursing in Low Income Countries. “Is there a problem, Officer?”


first – buy my second book. It’s a novel, but it will give you a realistic picture of what it’s like to be in a hospital in a Low Income Country. “Whether the events happened or not, it’s truth with … Continue reading

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CCNEPal plans for 2014


time flies It seems like I only got home to Hawaii yesterday, but will be leaving for Kathmandu tomorrow. In truth, there are seven months before summer 2014 break. In the past I start planning in November or thereabouts. There … Continue reading

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Preliminary report of CCNEPal 2013


Preliminary report of CCNEPal 2013 The CCNEPal 2013 summer critical care nursing project is winding down. A single one-day training event remains, then we pack up our tents. This was an extension of the 2011 summer program which trained 190 … Continue reading

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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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May 31 about Advanced Life Support in Nepal


Please share this widely, among every nurse you know. I welcome your comments. Be sure to click on the hyperlinks, I spent time putting them in and some are meant to be fun. Update¬†–¬†for the sessions to be held at … Continue reading

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May 19 about teamwork in critical care nursing


And here in Kathmandu we begin teaching this week CCNEPal 2013’s first 3-day course will begin tomorrow. Most of our courses will be open to “the general public” of nurses – I promise that there will be a registration process … Continue reading

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