Full list of Pediatric Care results
What to know about pediatric trauma–
Children present with different signs and symptoms compared to adults.
Check and recheck ETT placement: Do it for Drew–
The family of a teen who died after an esophageal intubation has started the 'Do It For Drew' foundation to prevent another tragic death
Treating pediatric patients with ketamine for pain–
Dr. Antevy discusses the best option for ketamine administration when being used for pain.
Replacing a pediatric tracheostomy tube–
Augusta University medical professional demonstrate how to replace a pediatric tracheostomy tube.
Progressive Paramedicine: 3 reasons to never stop learning–
Pediatric dextrose administration tips and tricks–
Things you may not have known about Pediatric Dextrose administration?
How to use an inhaler–
Basic information, cleaning instructions and tips for three of the most common types inhalers are explained in this video.
Remember 2 Things: Children with complex special needs–
Steve Whitehead, host of Remember 2 Things, discusses how EMS providers should manage a special needs pediatric patient and gives tips on how to lower your stress level on these calls.
5 ways paramedics can use a 3-way stopcock–
Dr. Peter Antevy demonstrates five uses for a 3-way stop, a valuable device which has many uses for providing care to critical pediatric patients.
Rhyming pediatric CPR instruction video goes viral–
St John Ambulance released the video to instruct families on how to perform CPR on their baby in case of emergency.
3 steps to improve pediatric cardiac arrest outcomes–
The three steps involve refocusing on a different part of the pediatric cardiac arrest timeline, to have better out-of-hospital cardiac arrest outcomes.
What Would You Do? Baby who turned blue is now fine–
In this episode, our experts discuss the condition known as an apparent life-threatening event (or an ALTE) and offer advice how to best handle an ALTE, even if the baby is no longer presenting symptoms that caused the 911 call.
Dr. Tan describes the patient presenting symptoms and why it is important to transport an infant that has experienced an ALTE.
Learn more about ALTEs in this scenario and solution article.
How to calm a crying infant–
Dr. Robert Hamilton, a pediatrician, demonstrates "The Hold" — a technique he has perfected over 30 years of practice.
Nasal foreign body removal with a BVM–
After a toddler inserts an object into their nose, likely causing pain, nasal discharge, and potentially ventilation compromise, a bag valve mask is used to blow the foreign body out.
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