WeirCox's Ultimate ATLS 10 Update + Practice Test Questions

ATLS 10th Edition: New Protocol Updates | Sample Practice Test Questions
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Learn what is new, important, and updated in the ATLS 10th Edition protocol.
See sample questions from the ULTIMATE ATLS Prep course updated for the ATLS 10the Edition protocol

Requirements

  • (ATLS) Advanced Trauma Life Support Manual 10th Edition

Description

Enjoy this FREE course and then check out the ALL NEW - "Ultimate ATLS 10 Prep Course + 5 CME Category 1 Credits"

ATLS 10th edition protocol only.

A short, companion video series to the original Ultimate ATLS Prep course that details the major changes and updates between ATLS 9th edition and ATLS 10th edition.

Once again a chapter-by-chapter approach is taken to highlight important concepts and new emphasis placed on the latest practices relevant to the ATLS certification exam.

Practice Test Questions updated for the ATLS 10 protocol are samples of the full Practice Test that is a part of the new ULTIMATE ATLS 10 Prep course.  The questions here are presented via video, the full test uses the regular Udemy Practice Test form.

Who this course is for:

  • Residents
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nurse Practictioners
  • Emergenct Department Physicians
  • Surgeons
  • Medical Professionals that need to ATLS certified

Course content

4 sections8 lectures50m total length
  • Chapters 1-2
    02:57
  • Chapters 3-5
    03:20
  • Chapters 6-7
    01:41
  • Chapters 8-9
    01:27
  • Chapters 10-13
    02:23

Instructor

General Surgeon | Udemy's Best Selling ATLS Prep Instructor
Kaylene WeirCox, MD, FACS
  • 4.6 Instructor Rating
  • 272 Reviews
  • 2,555 Students
  • 3 Courses

Dr. Kaylene WeirCox is a board certified general surgeon and fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

She has been in general surgery practice for 21 years.

Dr. WeirCox is the Founder of Premier Surgical Group and works full time as a  Locum Tenens physician caring for patients in predominantly rural and underserved areas of the United States.

Working with a variety of facilities that require Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Certification, Dr. WeirCox has taken and passed the ATLS a number of times over the course of her career.