The brand new ACLS & BCLS guidelines were published last week. Not huge changes, but some good stuff! The free full text is available at the Circulation website. It takes hours to make your way through all of it. I boiled it down to just the facts and posted a summary on the Crashing Patient Site.
ACLS 2010 Guidelines Summary
In this EMCrit Podcast I discuss some of the highlights that I think are particularly important.
There have also been many questions about the head impulse testing discussed in episode 33. I have an easier method; check out this post.
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