10 Nursing Gifs Guaranteed To Brighten Your Day

Posted by Adam Rapp | Nursing Gifs

Mar 27, 2017

10 Nursing Gifs Guaranteed To Brighten Your Day
These hilariously funny nursing gifs will have you dying in laughter.  1.) When you’re getting ready for your first day via GIPHY  2.) When you get home from your first day via GIPHY  3.) Whenever you hear the phrase, “Just a nurse...” via GIPHY  4.) When someone says, “But how can you be t...

ACLS Medications Review: Epinephrine

Posted by Adam Rapp | ACLS Medications

Mar 20, 2017

ACLS Medications Review: Epinephrine
The primary ACLS drug used in the cardiac arrest algorithm. Overview: Epinephrine is a vasopressor most often seen in the Adult Cardiac Arrest Algorithm, which is used to treat ventricular fibrillation (VF), pulseless ventricular tachycardia (VT), Asystole, and pulseless electrical activity(PEA). It can also be used to treat bradycardia, ...

ACLS Algorithms Review: Adult Bradycardia Algorithm

Posted by Adam Rapp | ACLS Algorithms

Mar 13, 2017

Adult Bradycardia Algorithm
How to treat a patient with symptomatic bradycardia. The Bradycardia Algorithm lists the proper sequence used to treat a patient demonstrating symptomatic bradycardia with a pulse. Bradycardia is typically associated with a slow heartbeat (heart rate of less than 60 beats per minute). Although some people, particularly well-trained athlet...

Key Questions to Ask Your Prospective Electronic Health Record (EHR) Vendor

Posted by Adam Rapp | Healthcare Technology

Mar 6, 2017

Key Questions To Ask Your EHR Vendor
Safeguard your organization from choosing the wrong EHR vendor. This guest post was created by Core Solutions. At eMedCert, we strongly encourage all forms of guest posting. If you are interested in publishing your work on the eMedCert blog, please contact our editorial team at  Since the U.S. Government’s...

H’s and T’s of ACLS

Posted by Adam Rapp | ACLS

Feb 28, 2017

The H's and T's of ACLS
Identifying the most common causes of cardiac arrest and how to properly treat them. The H’s and T’s are a mnemonic used to help remember the causes of cardiac arrest that are most frequently seen in patients experiencing heart failure. Because these underlying are oftentimes reversible, the ability to identify what contributed to an arrh...