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Old 03-17-2012, 10:38 PM   #11
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I will add a couple things, in case someone reads my previous post and decides recertifying by exam will be easy, no studying or refresher training required.

The test still had lots of CPR/AED/Choking questions, so you better know the latest BLS guidelines front to back before taking it. Also, I wont reveal too much and get myself into trouble, but a couple questions did require a basic understanding of cardiac anatomy, with a little cardiac pathophysiology thrown in, and maybe a little more about the pathophsyiology of Shock, including the different types. That might be different from the previous test, I cant remember for sure.

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