2015 guidelines - PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) SURVIVAL CARD Quick Reference Guide - 4 card set
Small 3 x 4 3/8 in., ID/Badge Size, Hang it under/with badge
-- Lifesaving Information at Your Fingertips.
-- Survival Cards were developed to help medical professionals attain greater efficiency and minimize mistakes.
They will easily fit into the back pocket or coat pocket of the first responder and can be carried on a 24/7 basis. No first responder should leave his/her station without one in their pocket and a second in their vehicle.
--Info. on both sides
--Laminated with hole punched
--- All drugs used in pediatric codes with dosages and instructions for use.
--Instructions on how to quickly calculate infusion medications.
--Descriptions & treatments for the 3 major abnormal rhythms.
-- Cardiopulmonary Assessment-When?
-- Normal blood pressures, heart rates, & respiratory rates for various age groups.
--EKG strips (3) for Bradycardia & Tachycardia (SVT & VT).
--Modified Glasgow Coma Scale.
--Diagram showing intraosseous (IO) access.
-- Treatments for emergent med. problems (anaphylaxis, hypoglycemia, hypotension, hypovolemia, & shock).
-- Management of Respiratory Emergencies Flow chart
-- Algorithms: Pediatric BLS for Healthcare Providers, For Single HCP & more than one, Bradycardia with pulse, Pulseless Arrest, Tachycardia (2), Septic shock, Fluid Resus. & Trauma & Peds. Cardiac Arrest, Post Resus.
Aug 29, 2023