The Pediatric Advanced Life Support Recertification (PALS) course at CPR Plus focuses on improving the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured children. The on-site American Heart Association (AHA) training teaches the leading industry standards required for healthcare providers.
The PALS renewal training program is for previous PALS card-holding students who have an active certification but are nearing the expiration date.
Contact us today to sign up for a PALS renewal course in the St. Louis area.
CPR Plus delivers convenient in-person training to your office space to accommodate your company’s schedule. We also help individuals who are seeking PALS renewal certification by offering classes at multiple locations throughout the St. Louis.
Upon successful completion of the course, a certification card will be issued within 24 hours or even the same day of the class. The card is valid for two years.
The PALS renewal class includes the following essential areas:
- Recognition of patients who do and do not require intervention
- Differentiation between pediatric respiratory distress and pediatric respiratory failure
- Early interventions for treatment of shock in children and infants
- Effective, high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for children and infants
- Systematic approach to pediatric assessment by using initial impression, primary and secondary assessments and diagnostic tests
- Priorities and interventions to consider for infants and children with respiratory and/or circulatory emergencies
- Importance of effective communication and team dynamics during a pediatric resuscitation
- Selection and application of appropriate cardiorespiratory monitoring
- Selection and administration of the appropriate medications and electrical therapies when presented with a pediatric arrhythmia scenario
- Establishment of rapid capsular access to administer fluid and medications
- Key elements of post-resuscitation management in children and infants
Register today for an upcoming PALS renewal course in St. Louis.