Data from iPad, iPhone, iPod - Curated by Marshall Pearce - Last updated 22 May 2017

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9.4 MB

Category

Medical

Description

PALS Advisor is used during pediatric advanced life support codes.

The PALS Advisor decision-algorithm assesses patient characteristics and guides advanced resuscitation. PALS Advisor follows the new national guidelines. Inputs are interpreted by the decision engine, and the app advises the exact action that should be performed. Defibrillator energy dosages and resuscitation drug dosages are given.

Physicians, nurses, medical students, paramedics, and EMTs, can use this application to effectively administer PALS and pediatric basic life support.

Categories: Basic life support, PALS, pulseless arrest, bradycardia, tachycardia, pulseless electrical activity, asystole, anaphylaxis, electrolyte abnormalities, asthma, toxicology, medications, pediatric basic life support, and neonatal resuscitation.

Key Features:
• Pediatric pharmacology
• Biphasic defibrillation
• Evidence-based
• PALS algorithm flow charts
• Neonatal resuscitation flow chart
• Sample ECG rhythm strips
• Includes the new 2015 PALS changes

What's new

Includes the new, updated American Heart PALS guidelines.

Compatibility

Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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