- Updated to meet the 2005 American Heart Association Guidelines
- Market: Emergency Medicine Technicians, Paramedics, Nurses, Physicians
- Quick-hit question & answer style reinforces facts for easy memorization -- only correct answers are given so wrong answers will never accidently be remembered
About the Author
Marianne Gausche-Hill, MD, FACEP, FAAP is a Professor of Medicine at David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA in Los Angeles, CA. She is also the Director of Emergency Medical Services and Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowships at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center's Department of Emergency Medicine in Torrance, CA.
Table of Contents1.Emergency Medical Services for Children 2.Recognician of Shock and Respiratory Failure 3.Pediatric Basic Life Support 4.Airway and Ventilation 5.Vascular Access 6.Fluid Therapy and Medications 7.Cardiac Rhythm Disturbances 8.Trauma Resuscitation 9.Newborn Resuscitation 10.Immediate Postarrest Stabilization and Secondary Transport 11.Ethical and Legal Aspects of CPR in Children