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7 08, 2019

Stay on Your Toes When Responding to a Pediatric Code

By |2019-08-06T16:09:38-07:00August 7th, 2019|Classes, Neonatal|Comments Off on Stay on Your Toes When Responding to a Pediatric Code

If you work with the pediatric population in your health care organization, you know just how fragile their health can be when they are already ill. Just the smallest change can spell disaster for them, leaving their precious lives hanging in the balance. In the hospital, when cardiopulmonary arrest is called on the pediatric unit, [...]

27 03, 2019

NRP or PALS: Which One Is Right to Use?

By |2019-03-27T00:32:46-07:00March 27th, 2019|Neonatal|Comments Off on NRP or PALS: Which One Is Right to Use?

Pediatric health care is an exciting field in which you get to care for the youngest members of your community. These children often deal with unique diseases, acute concerns and autoimmune conditions that may act far differently than their adult counterparts do. Therefore, when you become a neonatal or pediatric doctor, nurse or other health [...]

5 12, 2018

Which Team Members Do You Need for a Successful Code?

By |2019-06-24T13:38:43-07:00December 5th, 2018|ACLS, Advanced Nursing, Basic Life Support Articles, CPR Training Articles, Education, EMT Training, Neonatal|Comments Off on Which Team Members Do You Need for a Successful Code?

No matter how your health care organization is run, it definitely has a protocol for codes. Protocols are designed to help the code run smoothly and efficiently and to ensure everything possible is done to save the patient’s life. By ensuring that you and your coworkers are in your correct roles during a code, you [...]