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What does PALS stand for?

PALS stands for Pediatric Advanced Life Support

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Intended to provide a quick refresher or act as a “cheat sheet” for providing lifesaving care, this special section includes overviews of information that healthcare providers and first responders would typically find in an advanced cardiac life support provider manual, a pediatric advanced life support provider manual, a basic life support provider manual or a CPR/AED/first aid provider manual.
Also provided is online access to seven educational modules and 13 additional chapters on pediatric advanced life support essentials; emergency department and office preparedness for pediatric emergencies; metabolic diseases; environmental emergencies; toxicology; the interface with emergency medical services; disaster management; preparedness for nuclear, biological, and chemical terrorism; primary care orthopedic issues; medical-legal issues; imaging decision-making strategies and considerations; and office and critical procedures.
The IMEP continuing education topics focus on the following areas: * medical emergencies * airway emergencies and equipment * anesthesia emergencies * emergency medications * basic life support * advanced cardiovascular life support * pediatric advanced life support * emergency response team development * emergency action planning and documentation With an IMEP membership, dentists can build a training team with up to 20 members who can participate in 12 monthly mock emergency drills, have online access around the clock to more than 30 medical emergency specialty tests, and can earn up to 53 continuing education credits per year.
He presents 22 crisis management protocols for cardiac, circulatory, airway, respiratory, metabolic, and drug-induced events, such as cardiac arrest, pediatric advanced life support, anaphylaxis, severe intraoperative ischemia, air embolism, difficult mask ventilation and intubation, laryngospasm, aspiration, post partum hemorrhage, neonatal resuscitation, and malignant hyperthermia, with instructions and details for each, a terminal event checklist, and a crisis prevention guide.
As the leading provider of advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) courses and pediatric advanced life support (PALS) courses, as well as other continuing education solutions for healthcare professionals, Health Education Solutions today released a new 'What the Experts Have to Say' Special Section.