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Which guidelines are available for you to read and check for updates around Paediatric Resuscitation?
According to the Australian Resuscitation Council, cardio-respiratory arrest in children is often…
Paediatric Arrest is rare. In the ICU, approximately _______% of children require cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
After checking for Danger at the scene, you will check for a response. What is the recommended way of checking for a response?
When managing the paediatric patient airway, in what position do you place: i) an infant’s head and ii) a child’s head (age 1-8 years)?
What is the recommended rescue response to an obstructed airway from choking?
When trying to feel for a pulse, where should you check?
At what rate should the compressions be given?
If the child has a bradycardic pulse, you should start compressions. True or False?
When defibrillating a child, how many J/kg do you provide to a paediatric patient?
What is the correct placement of the defibrillator pad placement for a child under 8 years?
Which of the following are non-shockable rhythms? (Tick all that apply)
What are some of the reversible causes of arrest?
Which of the following airways have not been formally evaluated in paediatric resuscitation?