Quizzes are an important part of preparing for ACLS examination and an effective way to learn different concepts, techniques and theory. As a free resource for our visitors, we have put together a practice quiz for each of the main AHA Advanced Cardiac Life Support cases. Click a quiz link in any scenarios below to open a quiz for that ACLS case. Each quiz includes 5 to 10 questions designed to test your knowledge of that particular case or scenario.
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A patient was admitted to the emergency department with shortness of breath, the sitution has deteriorated and now he is unresponsive. What should you do first?
Your patient is a 48 y/o woman whose chief complaint is "I almost fainted when I got out of bed." She has been ill for 2 days with nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
This test reviews stable and unstable supraventricular tachycardia and allows you to assess each and choose the correct intervention.
This case outlines how to assess and manage a patient with symptomatic bradycardia.
This case covers the identification and initial management of patients with acute ischemic stroke.
A variety of questions from different cases.
This case follows basic protocol for handling a ventricular fibrillation.
This case follows advanced protocol for handling a ventricular fibrillation.
This is an ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction quiz.
Your task for this case is to assess and manage a patient in cardiac arrest who has pulseless electrical activity (PEA). Although the ECG shows organized cardiac electrical activity, the patient is unresponsive with no palpable pulse...
The patient arrived in ventricular fibrillation but after an extensive resuscitation is currently in sinus tachycardia with a blood pressure of 102/70. How do you intervene?
You are in the emergency department when a 54-year-old male arrives rubbing the center of his chest. He states "it feels like someone is sitting on my chest"...
2020 updated guidelines have been published by American Heart Association®, by enrolling in our courses you will receive our ACLS & BLS courses that follow 2020 American Heart Association® Guidelines for CPR and ECC, PALS course follows 2016 AHA Guidelines for CPR & ECC. Please note that our company typically implements new training guidelines up to a year before AHA releases their updates.
A comprehensive review of the ACLS cases including flowcharts for the pre-hospital and hospital care for Megacode cases.
Review of techniques used in Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support including intubation, arrhythmia interpretation, and the basic life support survey.
A complete review of the BLS algorithms for healthcare providers and laypersons.