Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) is a certification course offered by the American Heart Association. The PALS course is designed to teach healthcare providers how to respond to emergencies in children. It includes topics like breathing and respiratory emergencies, cardiac arrest, choking, drowning, head injuries and more.
Advanced Life Support (ALS) is a term used to describe the most serious form of ALS. It is believed that ALS is caused by a birth defect called Taurochondritis. This condition causes the Taurochondrit to form a hard crust on the brain. The crust causes the brain to lose energy and it is not possible to breathe. The average person with ALS will need to be constantly monitored and will require daily support.
The Pediatric Advanced Life Support course teaches healthcare providers how to assess injured and sick children and recognize and treat respiratory distress/failure, shock, cardiac arrest, and arrhythmias. If ALS is not treated, a patient will experience all of the symptoms of the condition, including death within minutes.
The Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) training is designed for medical professionals who care for kids and babies in ERs, ICUs, and other hospital settings as well as outside of them (emergency medical services, or EMS). The PALS course is designed for healthcare providers who work with children or are likely to be called upon in an emergency situation involving a child.
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