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Pediatric Respiratory Emergencies (1/3)

  • 90Days
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Understand Pediatric Airway Anatomy: Develop a comprehensive understanding of the anatomical differences between pediatric and adult airways. Master Pediatric Airway Assessment: Learn systematic approaches for assessing the pediatric patient's airway, breathing, and circulation (ABCs). Demonstrate Effective Airway Interventions: Gain proficiency in employing appropriate airway management techniques for pediatric patients, such as positioning, suctioning, and basic airway adjuncts. Practice Advanced Airway Techniques: Acquire advanced understanding of pediatric airway management, including the use of supraglottic airway devices, bag-valve-mask ventilation, and endotracheal intubation in pediatric patients. Enhance Decision-Making Abilities: Develop critical thinking skills to make informed decisions regarding the appropriate airway management strategy for pediatric patients in different scenarios. Lecturer: Mr. Brian Eveleth, EMTP (bio on "experts page")  This course is approved for 1.0 CE/CME. After completing this lecture, you must complete the posttest and course evaluation to earn credits. All non-EMS providers will also have to write a brief reflection.

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