PerSys Medical will partner with ACTNT Healthcare Services, an American Heart Association authorized provider of CPR and ECC courses, to offer an Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Renewal Course. The course is scheduled for Wednesday, May 19, 2010 from 8:00-1:30pm at the PerSys Medical Training Center (PMTC) located on 5310 Elm Street in Houston, Texas.
The ACLS course was developed by the American Heart Association for health care providers who may be required to direct or participate in the resuscitation of adults. ACLS emphasizes the importance of basic life support, its integration with advanced cardiovascular life support interventions, and the importance of effective team interaction during resuscitation.
Through the ACLS Renewal course, health care professionals will enhance their knowledge and sharpen their skills of patient resuscitation individually and as part of a team through simulated clinical scenarios that involve active, hands-on participation. The course will focus on proficiency in the recognition and initial care of peri-arrest conditions as well as management of cardiac arrest.
The course fee is $120 and does not include the AHA textbook. Participants are strongly encouraged to have a Basic Life Support Card or proficiency in BLS, though these are not prerequisites for the course. For further information, please visit the PerSys Medical website.
About PerSys Medical
PerSys Medical (PS-Med.com) began in 1988 as Performance Systems and has since evolved from a small marketing firm into a world leader in emergency and tactical medical innovations. The company gained its reputation by introducing medical products that are now pre-hospital care standards in military and civilian applications. The company closely monitors the changing needs of frontline caregivers, is dedicated to seeking and developing new products with an in-house R&D team, and maintains a vast network of worldwide distribution channels. PerSys Medical has influenced various levels of care in over 50 countries. The company has implemented a comprehensive training center, the PerSys Medical Training Center (PMTC) to offer courses to better serve EMS, law enforcement, and federal medical professionals.