aha Certification India

  • ACLS Algorithm: Acute Coronary Syndrome

    This blog will help you to know how to identify the key components and goals of the Acute Coronary Syndrome Algorithm.

  • ACLS Algorithm: Adult Bradycardia

    For all medical professionals, this blog will help you to know that how you can treat a patient who presents with symptomatic bradycardia as per American Heart Association ACLS guidelines.

  • ACLS Algorithm: Adult Cardiac Arrest

    This blog will give you a quick look at the most important ACLS algorithm.

    One of the most important and most used algorithms is Adult Cardiac Arrest which makes it the most significant of all the ACLS algorithms. This particular algorithm is mostly used in order to treat the patients who present with sudden cardiac arrest.

    Thus, it becomes really very important to master this ACLS algorithm.

  • Adult Tachycardia Algorithm

    Sequence of Tachycardia

    Refer the flowchart mentioned below to get a clear idea about the management of adult tachycardia.

  • AHA: Checklist for Fibrinolytic Therapy

    This blog will provide you with the checklist for Fibrinolytic therapy which should be kept in mind at the time of stroke management.

  • Are you American Heart Association certified?

    There is an ever increasing demand of doctors having awareness of identifying the symptoms of cardiac arrest and the mechanism of action in case of an emergency.

    In a pan India survey of 1 Lakh doctors, less than 2% agreed to knowing the technique of CPR.

    To read the Times of India report on this survey. Click here.

  • Significance of AHA Certified BLS / ACLS Courses

    A spurt of cardiac arrests in India is a cause of major concern. Doctors are nowadays seeing sudden cardiac arrest more often and alarmingly it is being seen increasingly in younger people too. Urban culture is taking a toll on youth with increase in lifestyle diseases like hypertension and diabetes, coupled with increased stress level and high risk behavior like tobacco use; smoking and alcohol intake have increased the risks alarmingly.