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This library is designed to meet continuing education requirements for Emergency Medical Services staff members. It is recommended for all EMS professionals.
This library is designed to meet continuing education requirements for Emergency Medical Services staff members. It is recommended for all EMS professionals.
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Produced by: HealthStream, Inc.
Perform procedures in virtual simulations following evidence based, best practice guidelines.The virtual cases enable learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promote...
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Perform procedures in virtual simulations following evidence based, best practice guidelines.The virtual cases enable learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promote critical thinking and decision making strategies. Learners can choose between a micro-learning mode—which highlights key steps—and a full comprehensive learning mode.The courses provide detailed checklists as well as a record of competency for data analytics. Clinical content is researched by practicing healthcare professionals using evidence based best practice guidelines and research from nationally recognized sources such as IHI, The Joint Commission, AHA, CDC, AMA, Institute of Medicine, WHO and several state health institutions; among others.
Perform procedures in virtual simulations following evidence based, best practice guidelines.The virtual cases enable learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promote critical thinking and decision making strategies. Learners can choose between a micro-learning mode—which highlights key steps—and a full comprehensive learning mode.The courses provide detailed checklists as well as a record of competency for data analytics. Clinical content is researched by practicing healthcare professionals using evidence based best practice guidelines and research from nationally recognized sources such as IHI, The Joint Commission, AHA, CDC, AMA, Institute of Medicine, WHO and several state health institutions; among others.
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes,...
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, eSimulation, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years. CE credit is available and can be earned once every two years for successful study of the NRP materials and completion of the NRP 7th Edition Provider Exam, eSimulation cases, and the NRP 7th Edition Provider post-exam/eSimulation evaluation.
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, eSimulation, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years. CE credit is available and can be earned once every two years for successful study of the NRP materials and completion of the NRP 7th Edition Provider Exam, eSimulation cases, and the NRP 7th Edition Provider post-exam/eSimulation evaluation.
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Produced by: AAP - American Academy of Pediatrics
Perform the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which...
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Perform the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promotes critical thinking and decision making strategies. Learners can choose between a micro-learning mode - which highlights key steps - and a full comprehensive learning mode. The course provides a detailed checklist as well as a record of competency for data analytics. Clinical content is researched by practicing healthcare professionals using evidence based best practice guidelines and research from sources such as IHI, The Joint Commission, AHA, CDC and WHO; among others.
Perform the procedure in this virtual simulation following evidence based, best practice guidelines. The virtual case enables learners to focus on patient safety, quality care and clinical competency which promotes critical thinking and decision making strategies. Learners can choose between a micro-learning mode - which highlights key steps - and a full comprehensive learning mode. The course provides a detailed checklist as well as a record of competency for data analytics. Clinical content is researched by practicing healthcare professionals using evidence based best practice guidelines and research from sources such as IHI, The Joint Commission, AHA, CDC and WHO; among others.
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Produced by: mySmartHealthcare
To provide information about managing airway obstruction (AO), including signs and symptoms of AO and interventions, along with treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or...
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To provide information about managing airway obstruction (AO), including signs and symptoms of AO and interventions, along with treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about managing airway obstruction (AO), including signs and symptoms of AO and interventions, along with treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about the use of the Broselow Pediatric Emergency Tape ("Broselow Tape"or "Broselow-Luten Tape"), including indications for use, potential limitations, and step-by-step instructions for...
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To provide information about the use of the Broselow Pediatric Emergency Tape ("Broselow Tape"or "Broselow-Luten Tape"), including indications for use, potential limitations, and step-by-step instructions for use. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about the use of the Broselow Pediatric Emergency Tape ("Broselow Tape"or "Broselow-Luten Tape"), including indications for use, potential limitations, and step-by-step instructions for use. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes,...
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
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Produced by: CPS - Canadian Pediatric Society
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes,...
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
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Produced by: CPS - Canadian Pediatric Society
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes,...
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
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Produced by: CPS - Canadian Pediatric Society
To provide information about performing one-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an adult, including current guidelines for one-person CPR in adults, modifications to CPR that are necessary based on...
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To provide information about performing one-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an adult, including current guidelines for one-person CPR in adults, modifications to CPR that are necessary based on the circumstances surrounding cardiopulmonary arrest and the number of rescuers present, and key considerations to promote safety and reduce risk for complications during CPR. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about performing one-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an adult, including current guidelines for one-person CPR in adults, modifications to CPR that are necessary based on the circumstances surrounding cardiopulmonary arrest and the number of rescuers present, and key considerations to promote safety and reduce risk for complications during CPR. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health
To provide information about performing one-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on a child, including indications for CPR, American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines for one person CPR on a child, and...
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To provide information about performing one-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on a child, including indications for CPR, American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines for one person CPR on a child, and details on performing chest compressions and rescue breathing. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about performing one-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on a child, including indications for CPR, American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines for one person CPR on a child, and details on performing chest compressions and rescue breathing. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about performing one-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an infant (age 1 month to 1 year), including current guidelines for one-person CPR in infants, modifications to infant...
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To provide information about performing one-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an infant (age 1 month to 1 year), including current guidelines for one-person CPR in infants, modifications to infant CPR that are necessary based on the circumstances surrounding cardiopulmonary arrest and the number of rescuers present, and key differences between infant and adult CPR. Information for parent and/or family education is included.
To provide information about performing one-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an infant (age 1 month to 1 year), including current guidelines for one-person CPR in infants, modifications to infant CPR that are necessary based on the circumstances surrounding cardiopulmonary arrest and the number of rescuers present, and key differences between infant and adult CPR. Information for parent and/or family education is included.
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To provide the learner with information about how to perform two person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an adult. Information for patient and/or family education is included
To provide the learner with information about how to perform two person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an adult. Information for patient and/or family education is included
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To provide information about performing two-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on a child, including indications for initiating/continuing CPR,the correct technique for performing CPR, and potential...
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To provide information about performing two-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on a child, including indications for initiating/continuing CPR,the correct technique for performing CPR, and potential adverse effects. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about performing two-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on a child, including indications for initiating/continuing CPR,the correct technique for performing CPR, and potential adverse effects. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about performing two-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an infant, including current guidelines for two-person CPR in infants, modifications to infant CPR that are necessary...
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To provide information about performing two-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an infant, including current guidelines for two-person CPR in infants, modifications to infant CPR that are necessary based on the circumstances surrounding cardiopulmonary arrest and the number of rescuers present, and key differences between infant and adult CPR. Information for parent and/or family education is included.
To provide information about performing two-person cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an infant, including current guidelines for two-person CPR in infants, modifications to infant CPR that are necessary based on the circumstances surrounding cardiopulmonary arrest and the number of rescuers present, and key differences between infant and adult CPR. Information for parent and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about performing chest physical therapy (CPT) in pediatric patients, including indications and proper technique, along with treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for...
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To provide information about performing chest physical therapy (CPT) in pediatric patients, including indications and proper technique, along with treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about performing chest physical therapy (CPT) in pediatric patients, including indications and proper technique, along with treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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Capnography is a powerful field assessment tool for EMS providers. It is useful on intubated and conscious patients, and important as a prehospital triage and treatment guiding tool. Capnography greatly...
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Capnography is a powerful field assessment tool for EMS providers. It is useful on intubated and conscious patients, and important as a prehospital triage and treatment guiding tool. Capnography greatly assists EMS providers develop, monitor and modify patient care plans, by providing immediate breath-to-breath information about the patient's respiratory status. Capnography offers a quantitative numerical reading and graphic waveform that measures, illustrates and documents a patient’s exhaled CO2 at the point in the respiratory cycle in which CO2 is highest (i.e., EtCO2). An elevated EtCO2 level is typically an indication of hypoventilation or increased metabolic activity. A low exhaled CO2 level may be an indication of hyperventilation, decreased cardiac output or poor pulmonary perfusion, which can occur in shock. The "normal" capnography waveform has a specific shape and can be differentiated from "abnormal" capnography waveforms. This course will provide the learner with basic information about respiratory anatomy and physiology, the principles of capnography and capnographic waveforms.
Capnography is a powerful field assessment tool for EMS providers. It is useful on intubated and conscious patients, and important as a prehospital triage and treatment guiding tool. Capnography greatly assists EMS providers develop, monitor and modify patient care plans, by providing immediate breath-to-breath information about the patient's respiratory status. Capnography offers a quantitative numerical reading and graphic waveform that measures, illustrates and documents a patient’s exhaled CO2 at the point in the respiratory cycle in which CO2 is highest (i.e., EtCO2). An elevated EtCO2 level is typically an indication of hypoventilation or increased metabolic activity. A low exhaled CO2 level may be an indication of hyperventilation, decreased cardiac output or poor pulmonary perfusion, which can occur in shock. The "normal" capnography waveform has a specific shape and can be differentiated from "abnormal" capnography waveforms. This course will provide the learner with basic information about respiratory anatomy and physiology, the principles of capnography and capnographic waveforms.
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To provide information about endotracheal intubation in the adult patient, including how to assist with the procedure and treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family...
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To provide information about endotracheal intubation in the adult patient, including how to assist with the procedure and treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about endotracheal intubation in the adult patient, including how to assist with the procedure and treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health
To provide information about endotracheal intubation of children, including indications for intubation in children, relevant equipment and practice guidelines, and age-specific considerations. Information for...
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To provide information about endotracheal intubation of children, including indications for intubation in children, relevant equipment and practice guidelines, and age-specific considerations. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about endotracheal intubation of children, including indications for intubation in children, relevant equipment and practice guidelines, and age-specific considerations. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about endotracheal (ET) suctioning in children and adults, including indications, potential complications, and step-by-step procedures. Information for patient and/or family education...
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To provide information about endotracheal (ET) suctioning in children and adults, including indications, potential complications, and step-by-step procedures. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about endotracheal (ET) suctioning in children and adults, including indications, potential complications, and step-by-step procedures. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about end-tidal carbon dioxide (etCO2) detection and monitoring in patients who are non-intubated, including the purpose of etCO2 monitoring, indications for the procedure, and how...
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To provide information about end-tidal carbon dioxide (etCO2) detection and monitoring in patients who are non-intubated, including the purpose of etCO2 monitoring, indications for the procedure, and how etCO2 is measured and interpreted, along with appropriate interventions for abnormal results. Information for patient/family education is included.
To provide information about end-tidal carbon dioxide (etCO2) detection and monitoring in patients who are non-intubated, including the purpose of etCO2 monitoring, indications for the procedure, and how etCO2 is measured and interpreted, along with appropriate interventions for abnormal results. Information for patient/family education is included.
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To provide information about assisting with posterior nasal packing for epistaxis, including why the procedure is performed and how to assist with packing. Information for patient and/or family education is...
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To provide information about assisting with posterior nasal packing for epistaxis, including why the procedure is performed and how to assist with packing. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about assisting with posterior nasal packing for epistaxis, including why the procedure is performed and how to assist with packing. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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Le Programme de réanimation néonatale est un programme de formation qui présente les concepts et les habiletés de base de la réanimation néonatale. La 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN évalue les...
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Le Programme de réanimation néonatale est un programme de formation qui présente les concepts et les habiletés de base de la réanimation néonatale. La 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN évalue les connaissances sur les causes, la prévention et la prise en charge de l’asphyxie néonatale légère à grave. Une personne qui termine cette activité ne possède pas nécessairement les compétences pour effectuer une réanimation néonatale. Remarque : l’examen n’est pas un cours du PRN. Pour obtenir une carte de dispensateur du PRN, il faut réussir les volets suivants de la 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN : l’examen virtuel de la 7e édition du PRN ainsi que l’analyse et la vérification des habiletés et d’une simulation sous la supervision d’un évaluateur du PRN. La carte du dispensateur du PRN doit être renouvelée tous les deux ans. Le crédit de formation continue est offert et peut être obtenu une fois tous les deux ans pour démontrer l’étude du matériel du PRN, la réussite de l’examen de la 7e édition du PRN et la participation au cours des dispensateurs du PRN.
Le Programme de réanimation néonatale est un programme de formation qui présente les concepts et les habiletés de base de la réanimation néonatale. La 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN évalue les connaissances sur les causes, la prévention et la prise en charge de l’asphyxie néonatale légère à grave. Une personne qui termine cette activité ne possède pas nécessairement les compétences pour effectuer une réanimation néonatale. Remarque : l’examen n’est pas un cours du PRN. Pour obtenir une carte de dispensateur du PRN, il faut réussir les volets suivants de la 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN : l’examen virtuel de la 7e édition du PRN ainsi que l’analyse et la vérification des habiletés et d’une simulation sous la supervision d’un évaluateur du PRN. La carte du dispensateur du PRN doit être renouvelée tous les deux ans. Le crédit de formation continue est offert et peut être obtenu une fois tous les deux ans pour démontrer l’étude du matériel du PRN, la réussite de l’examen de la 7e édition du PRN et la participation au cours des dispensateurs du PRN.
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Produced by: CPS - Canadian Pediatric Society
Le Programme de réanimation néonatale est un programme de formation qui présente les concepts et les habiletés de base de la réanimation néonatale. La 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN évalue les...
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Le Programme de réanimation néonatale est un programme de formation qui présente les concepts et les habiletés de base de la réanimation néonatale. La 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN évalue les connaissances sur les causes, la prévention et la prise en charge de l’asphyxie néonatale légère à grave. Une personne qui termine cette activité ne possède pas nécessairement les compétences pour effectuer une réanimation néonatale. Remarque : l’examen n’est pas un cours du PRN. Pour obtenir une carte de dispensateur du PRN, il faut réussir les volets suivants de la 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN : l’examen virtuel de la 7e édition du PRN ainsi que l’analyse et la vérification des habiletés et d’une simulation sous la supervision d’un évaluateur du PRN. La carte du dispensateur du PRN doit être renouvelée tous les deux ans. Le crédit de formation continue est offert et peut être obtenu une fois tous les deux ans pour démontrer l’étude du matériel du PRN, la réussite de l’examen de la 7e édition du PRN et la participation au cours des dispensateurs du PRN.
Le Programme de réanimation néonatale est un programme de formation qui présente les concepts et les habiletés de base de la réanimation néonatale. La 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN évalue les connaissances sur les causes, la prévention et la prise en charge de l’asphyxie néonatale légère à grave. Une personne qui termine cette activité ne possède pas nécessairement les compétences pour effectuer une réanimation néonatale. Remarque : l’examen n’est pas un cours du PRN. Pour obtenir une carte de dispensateur du PRN, il faut réussir les volets suivants de la 7e édition du cours aux dispensateurs du PRN : l’examen virtuel de la 7e édition du PRN ainsi que l’analyse et la vérification des habiletés et d’une simulation sous la supervision d’un évaluateur du PRN. La carte du dispensateur du PRN doit être renouvelée tous les deux ans. Le crédit de formation continue est offert et peut être obtenu une fois tous les deux ans pour démontrer l’étude du matériel du PRN, la réussite de l’examen de la 7e édition du PRN et la participation au cours des dispensateurs du PRN.
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Produced by: CPS - Canadian Pediatric Society
To provide information about assisting with extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) in children, including principles of the ECMO system, indications for and contraindications to ECMO, and managing the...
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To provide information about assisting with extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) in children, including principles of the ECMO system, indications for and contraindications to ECMO, and managing the pediatric patient undergoing treatment with ECMO.
To provide information about assisting with extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) in children, including principles of the ECMO system, indications for and contraindications to ECMO, and managing the pediatric patient undergoing treatment with ECMO.
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