What you'll learn
For the best survival and quality of life, pediatric basic life support should be a part of the curriculum for every health care professional. Pediatric Basic life support (PBLS) is a basic level of medical care used to help sustain a child who is experiencing cardiac arrest or respiratory failure until they can be given full medical care by an advanced responder. PBLS can be used in any scenario where breathing or heartbeat has been compromised, such as drowning, heart attack, or severe shock (eg, severe loss of blood). read more »»
Key concepts covered include:
An overview on
- Pre-procedure considerations for BLS for a child.
- Correct preliminary actions for BLS for a child.
- The correct procedure for assessing vital signs for BLS for a child.
- The correct procedure for performing CPR for BLS for a child.
- The Differences in procedure and technique for 1-rescuer and 2-rescuer situations
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