Developer: Zhen Liu
Current Version: 2.0
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 16.9 MB - Download
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ACLS fully covers every aspect of knowledge in:
* Basic life support, pediatric, cardiac arrest, medications, stroke, first aid, asthma and toxicology.
Features of our product:
* Near 600 flashcards written by our experienced reviewer covering every subject you need to know to become an expert
* Detailed explanation helps you memorize.
* Statistics automatically track your progress.
* No internet access required.
* Efficient way for self-test and review.
* Elegant and intuitive interface
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New User Interface Design
Minor bug fixed
Most Helpful Reviews
Horrible - This is not an ACLS review. Don't waste your money!
More Reviews for Current Version
nej - This is a boring app with no animation, no strips to see, just questions. Answers are given, but multiple choice is not included. It is very, very basic in it’s application. Don’t recommend.
It does the job - I'm a respiratory therapy student, I bought this app to help me study for the retake of my ACLS class coming up later this week. I had a horrible teacher my first time around, and everyone in my group with the exception of 2, failed it. But even then those 2 people had to argue with the instructor to recieve a passing grade. So now I must retake the entire one day class and get a passing grade, or I don't graduate next week. Anyawy,This is a pretty good review app as far as the questions and the materal go, It covers everthing I remember being on the test I took the first time around. The reason why I gave it 3 stars and not more is because the user interface could be much, much better, it feels like something out of the 90's. I wish they would have the option to organize the questions in to groups, such as medications, waveforms, airway management, ect. I really wish they would have graphics of waveforms that you must identify, instead of just discribing it via text. And I don't know how accurate one or two of the review questions are, I tried looking up the developer to see their credentials, but was unsuccessful. But from what I remember on the first test about a month ago, this app covers pretty much everything you need to know, with the exception of visual waveforms. It seems like a good review app, and $10 isn't that much. I guess I'll find out if it helped here soon!