PEARS - Pediatric Emergency Assessment
In Person Instructions/Skills
- 3 hr3 hours
- 150 US dollars$150
- 140 Mayhew Way Suite 101, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523|1890 San Pablo Avenue, Suite A, PInole, CA 94564
PEARS - Pediatric Emergency Assessment Recognition and Stabilization. American Heart Association© PALS. Online Written Exam will be emailed upon enrollment. Students have the option of completing written exam the day of the class on paper or smart phone. You will receive your PEARS eCard on the day of the class. Two Year Certification Non-Traditional Training (Initial/Update) - You must complete the FREE Precourse Self-Assessment and Work prior to class. Score of at least 70% before taking the PEARSS Course. * Once a student has passed the Precourse Self-Assessment, they will gain access to the Precourse Work video lessons. * All video lessons must be reviewed before entering the classroom. * Students must print their successful Precourse Self-Assessment score report and course completion certificate and bring it with them to class. Live Portion: Required Videos, Skills Practice and Skills Test. Airway Management, High Quality BLS, Megacode Testing). Live Portion: Required Videos, Skills Practice and Skills Test. Airway Management, High Quality BLS, Megacode Testing). Written Exam of 50 Questions, 84% needed to pass at end of class (open resources, books, notes, posters, cards, etc). Open Resources (ACLS Manual can be purchased at https://www.worldpoint.com/20-1106-acls-provider-manual. If you bought a book but are unable to bring your book to the classroom, we will allow you to use our book for that day only Course Description PALS is based on simulated clinical scenarios that encourage active, hands-on participation through learning stations where students will practice essential skills individually, as part of a team, and as team leader. Realistic simulations reinforce the following key concepts: proficiency in basic life support care; recognizing and initiating early PALS management of peri-arrest conditions; managing cardiac arrest; identifying and treating ischemic chest pain and acute coronary syndromes; recognizing other life-threatening clinical situations (such as stroke) and providing initial care; PALS algorithms; and effective resuscitation team dynamics. AHA PALS taught to AHA guidelines- topics Included in course ECG, Airway Management, drug administration, Tachycardia/Bradycardia, Cardiac Arrest, Team Dynamics, Post Cardiac Arrest Care after ROSC, Acute MI and Stroke. Course Length: 3 to 5 hours (This is based on a class size of 6 students) Course maybe shorter if class size is less.
140 Mayhew Way, Suite 101, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
1890 San Pablo Avenue, Suite A, Pinole, CA 94564