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AHA Pediatric Advanced Life Support Exam / PALS Exam (answered)-A 6 month old infant is unresponsive. You begin checking for breathing at the same time you check for the infant's pulse. Which is the max time you should spend when trying to simultaneously check for breathing and palpate the infant's pulse before starting CPR? - 10 secs A 4 yr old child is brought to the emergency department for seizures. The seizures stopped a few minutes ago, but the child continues to have slow and irreg...

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PALS 2023 Exam (answered) 1. A 6 month old infant is unresponsive. You begin checking for breathing at the same time you check for the infants pulse. Which is the maximum time you should spend when trying to simultaneously check for breathing and palpate the infants pulse before starting CPR? a. 10 seconds b. 15 seconds c. 20 seconds d. 1 min 2. A 4 year old child is brought to the emergency department for seizures. The seizures stopped a few minutes ago, but the child continues to hav...

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PALS RED CROSS FINAL EXAM QUESTIONS AND VERIFIED SOLUTIONS A 5-year-old child with a history of a chronic neuromuscular disease is experiencing respiratory distress. The child is breathing spontaneously and receiving supplemental oxygen. Which additional intervention is a critical component of airway management for this patient?) A child being cared for in the pediatric telemetry unit suddenly displays the following ECG waveform. The provider prepares to intervene because the child is demons...

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Recognize *supraventricu- lar tachycardia* Recognize *wide-complex tachycardia* Recognize *SVT convert- ing to sinus rhythm after adenosine administration* What oxygen delivery sys- tem most reliably delivers a high (90% of greater) concentration of inspired oxygen to a 7-year-old child? You are called to help treat an infant with se- vere symptomatic brady- cardia (heart rate 66/min) associated with respira- tory distress. Bradycar- dia persists despite es- tablishment of an effec- tive airway,...

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1. The PALS systemic approach algorithm begins with the initial impression. This is an assessment of which 3 characteristics? 2. The right branch of the systemic approach algo- rithm focuses on what sequence to prevent cardiopul- monary arrest? 3. The evaluate portion of the sequence consists of three assessment tools: 4. What is included in the primary assessment of a pa- tient? 5. What is included in the secondary assessment of a patient? 6. The initial impression of the PALS systematic ...

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1. Signs of poor perfusion 2. Adult pads on the AED 3. Initial impression assessment Temperature, AMS, Pulses, Skin (pale, mottling, and cyanosis) Use adult pads on victims 8 years of age and older Appearance: LOC, interactiveness, consolability, look/gaze/stare/ and speech/cry circulation: Skin color, petechiae or purport or visible bleeding wounds work of breathing: including position, and any audible breath sounds, respiratory effort 4. Evaluate If no life-threatening condition is pre...

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Recognize *supraventricu- lar tachycardia* Recognize *wide-complex tachycardia* Recognize *SVT convert- ing to sinus rhythm after adenosine administration* What oxygen delivery sys- tem most reliably delivers a high (90% of greater) concentration of inspired oxygen to a 7-year-old child? You are called to help treat an infant with se- vere symptomatic brady- cardia (heart rate 66/min) associated with respira- tory distress. Bradycar- dia persists despite es- tablishment of an effec- tive airway,...

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1. The PALS systemic approach algorithm begins with the initial impression. This is an assessment of which 3 characteristics? 2. The right branch of the systemic approach algo- rithm focuses on what sequence to prevent cardiopul- monary arrest? 3. The evaluate portion of the sequence consists of three assessment tools: 4. What is included in the primary assessment of a pa- tient? 5. What is included in the secondary assessment of a patient? 6. The initial impression of the PALS systematic ...

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1. Signs of poor perfusion 2. Adult pads on the AED 3. Initial impression assessment Temperature, AMS, Pulses, Skin (pale, mottling, and cyanosis) Use adult pads on victims 8 years of age and older Appearance: LOC, interactiveness, consolability, look/gaze/stare/ and speech/cry circulation: Skin color, petechiae or purport or visible bleeding wounds work of breathing: including position, and any audible breath sounds, respiratory effort 4. Evaluate If no life-threatening condition is pre...

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