It's All About the Kids (8 CE)

It's All About the Kids (8 CE)

Tracy Cleary – Paramedic Global Medical Response Outreach Education Manager Wichita, Kansas
Tiffany Mullen – MSN, RN, ACCNS-P, CCRN Children’s Mercy Kansas City, Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist, Kansas City, Missouri

This PRECON session is ALL ABOUT THE KIDS!

Pediatric patients tend to get our heart rate up and increase anxiety. What are the red flags? Does a congenital defect change or even alter patient assessment? What does the latest research show us about treatment modalities? Let’s slow things down and take a look at pediatric medical emergencies, the challenges of disaster treatment and management, and get our hands on devices and equipment. You are going to walk away from this session empowered and more confident to provide the best care to your smallest of patients!

Learner Objectives:
The participant should be able to identify JumpStart criteria for triage in disasters.
The participant should be able to perform a triage activity utilizing JumpStart triage.
The participant should be able to recall pediatric cardiac anomalies.
The participant should be able to identify system(s) impact of pediatric medical emergencies.
The participant should be able to solve pediatric medication dosing calculations.
The participant should be able to solve pediatric fluid resuscitation calculations.
The participant should be able to integrate current research to their own pediatric emergency medical care.

Limit 30 per class PreCon Advanced Registration required for this session.

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Friday 12/4
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Tracy Cleary

Tiffany Mullen, MSN, RN, ACCNS-P, CCRN

This PRECON session is ALL ABOUT THE KIDS!

Pediatric patients tend to get our heart rate up and increase anxiety. What are the red flags? Does a congenital defect change or even alter patient assessment? What does the latest research show us about treatment modalities? Let’s slow things down and take a look at pediatric medical emergencies, the challenges of disaster treatment and management, and get our hands on devices and equipment. You are going to walk away from this session empowered and more confident to provide the best care to your smallest of patients!

Learner Objectives:

The participant should be able to identify JumpStart criteria for triage in disasters.

The participant should be able to perform a triage activity utilizing JumpStart triage.

The participant should be able to recall pediatric cardiac anomalies.

The participant should be able to identify system(s) impact of pediatric medical emergencies.

The participant should be able to solve pediatric medication dosing calculations.

The participant should be able to solve pediatric fluid resuscitation calculations.

The participant should be able to integrate current research to their own pediatric emergency medical care.

Limit 30 per class PreCon Advanced Registration required for this session.

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