Arrests in the paediatric setting can be both stressful and upsetting for the family as well as the team involved in the resuscitation. Preparation and knowledge are key.
Learn and review the current resuscitation guidelines and the nursing roles & management of the paediatric patient in cardiopulmonary arrest.
In this video lesson, you will:
- Describe the initial response for an unconscious infant or child
- Outline the steps in basic life support including Airway, Breathing and Circulation
- Identify shockable from non-shockable rhythms and outline the steps in the Australian Resuscitation Council’s shockable and non-shockable algorithm for advanced life support
- Describe what would be required for advanced airway support of the infant and child
This learning activity is one hour in duration. 1 hour of active learning = 1 CPD hour
You will receive a certificate after completing a short quiz to use in your professional development portfolio.