They were working on this CD when I did ACLS last spring, I guess they still are, but their sample songs are still interesting:
I'm surprised anyone has copyrighted the "Shock Shock Shock" thing because I've heard it and seen it countless places. A doctor taught it to me several years ago. It's actually:
Shock Shock Shock
Everybody (Epinephrine) Shock
Little (Lidocaine) Shock
Big (Bretylium) Shock
Mega (Magnesium Sulfate) Shock
Please (Procainamide) Shock
Bye (sodium Bicarb)
Although the drugs of choice wax and wane in popularity. Right now I believe Bretylium is out of favor in a lot of ER's.
While I was doublechecking my notes on the above mnemonic, I also came across this one for Bradycardia:
(All Trained Dogs Eat Iams)
TCP (transcutaneous pacing)
Although, once again I've heard that Isoproterenol is out of favor in some ER's.
One other is a trick of remembering Beta 1 vs. Beta 2 receptor sites: You have one heart and two lungs.
Beta 1=acts primarily on heart
Beta 2= acts primarily on lungs
Anyway, hope these help.