Pediatric Arrest in the Field and Cockpit CPR (F5) VILT



Pediatric patients in arrest are unique mostly because the primary reason for Cardiac Arrest is respiratory in nature.  Just like cardiac arrest in the adult patient, emergency providers often get tunnel vision and just “go through the motions” during the resuscitation.  Even though that is an important part of resuscitation through pit crew cpr, it is also important to remember the medicine behind the actions.  In this live, interactive VILT session, the educator will discuss and review pediatric arrest and a new concept called “Cockpit CPR”.  

This session is for the BLS & ALS Provider

CAPCE#:  19-MEDN-F5-3008

EMS CEU – 2 Hours

This is a VILT session which means it is NOT self-paced.  You must attend at the time the class is being offered in a live classroom.

Each VILT session is counted hour for hour as if you were sitting in a classroom.


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