Certificate in Pediatric Advanced Life Support

4/5
  • Designed by Emergency medicine experts.
  • Based on American Heart Association – PALS guidelines.
  • Total 10 hours of learning content and expert videos.
  • Online learning and assessments.




$69 USD*
Key Features
  • Recognize and perform timely interventions needed to prevent respiratory and cardiac arrest in children
  • Apply systematic approach to pediatric assessments
  • Establish priorities and specific interventions for infant and children with respiratory and/or circulatory emergencies
  • Apply the key principles of post-resuscitation management
Certificate in Pediatric Advanced Life Support
  • Designed by Emergency medicine experts.
  • Based on American Heart Association – PALS guidelines.
  • Total 10 hours of learning content and expert videos.
  • Online learning and assessments.




Course Description

The Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) is a web-based course for healthcare providers who respond to, or treat infant or child-related emergencies. The course modules contain reading materials and videos on various pediatric emergencies and covers systematic approach to assessment, basic life support, and management using various PALS algorithms. The objective of this course is to enable the student to provide better quality of care to seriously ill or injured children leading to better outcomes.

Managing emergencies in children is very different from that in adults, so it is crucial for all healthcare professionals managing children to take this course to understand these differences. Many hospitals mandate completion of PALS course for physicians, nurses, and paramedics. Certification is also recommended for emergency responders, people working in emergency department, and intensive care.

This course is structured based on the guidelines of the American Heart Association. All the course materials, videos and manuals are based on international standards and industry best practices. This course is certified by Medvarsity.

Eligibility
Physicians, Interns, and final year medical students (all streams). Healthcare providers who respond to or treat infant or child-related emergencies.

Course validity: 2 months.There will be an extra charge on the extension of the course validity.

Register Now to know more about this course

4/5
  • Course Duration
    1 month
  • Next Batch Date
    6th April 2020
$69 USD*

*Statutory taxes and levies not included. Taxes will be applied on checkout. Rates may vary based on management discretion.

Key Features
  • feature
    Recognize and perform timely interventions needed to prevent respiratory and cardiac arrest in children
  • feature
    Apply systematic approach to pediatric assessments
  • feature
    Establish priorities and specific interventions for infant and children with respiratory and/or circulatory emergencies
  • feature
    Apply the key principles of post-resuscitation management
Course Outline
1.High-quality Child and Infant CPR
2.Interventions for respiratory distress and failure
3.Recognition and management of Shock
4.Recognition and management of pediatric arrhythmias
5.Recognition and management of cardiopulmonary arrest
6.Immediate post-cardiac arrest care
Course Outline
1.High-quality Child and Infant CPR
2.Interventions for respiratory distress and failure
3.Recognition and management of Shock
4.Recognition and management of pediatric arrhythmias
5.Recognition and management of cardiopulmonary arrest
6.Immediate post-cardiac arrest care

Next Batch Start Date 6th April 2020

Course Duration

1 month
Register Here!

Available Payment Options

  • Credit Card
  • Debit Card
  • Bank Transfer
  • Loan