“Always kept up-to-date using the latest guidelines and research.”
Author: Michele G. Kunz, MSN, ANP, RN, NPD-BC
Co-Author and Editor: Joseph C. Kunz, Jr.
This Zombie Notes Study Chart includes the most important information healthcare professionals must memorize to be successful on the certification exam for Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). These two pages have all the information needed to understand the immediate emergency care for neonates, infants, and children who are unstable or in cardiac arrest.
Healthcare professionals that are required to take a PALS Course will find these Zombie Notes include meaningful, but condensed study material. This study guide prepares the individual for the practical components as well as the written tests of the PALS program.
Although a lot of information is included in the two pages, it is easy to see, easy to read, and easy to follow. Many nurses, physicians, and other healthcare professionals have used this study chart. This includes American military medical personnel. These charts were first developed by Michele and Joe in 1984. They have progressed to their current form, and are kept up-to-the-minute accurate.
• Easy to read, follow, and understand
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About The Authors
Michele and Joe have been on the front-line of teaching healthcare professionals in New York City and Long Island since 1984. They have built their medical training company into New York City’s and Long Island’s most sought-after training company.
Michele is also a nursing educator at one of New York’s best hospitals, and Joe has been building and managing the business and finding and creating new and better ways to reach out and help more healthcare professionals.
Their Zombie Notes Study Charts are America’s best selling study guides of their type. Together, the Kunz’s have helped many thousands of medical professionals pass the certification exams. Now, they can help you be successful too.