The PALS course been developed for healthcare professionals such as physicians, nurses, respiratory technicians and paramedics, who respond to infant and pediatric emergencies; professional healthcare providers from different departments, including the emergency department, the intensive care unit (ICU) and the critical care unit (CCU), whose work involves the care and management of infants and children.
- Updates in PALS based on the 2010 AHA guidelines
- Systematic infant and pediatric assessment
- Effective 1 & 2 rescuer CPR on children and infants
- Fluid bolus administration via vascular and intraosseous access
- Respiratory emergency management
- A thorough discussion and simulation on cardiac & respiratory shock
- Team dynamics on effective resuscitation
CoMedEd Texas offers several different ways to take an PALS course. Whether this is your first time receiving your PALS certification or PALS recertification, we guarantee you won’t have any problems finding the course you need.
You will receive your certification card at the end of class, after successful completion of the course requirements. Our courses are designed for you to learn how to apply the material in a real life situation. Guaranteed. If you don’t pass your PALS course, or feel you didn’t comprehend the material, you can come to another course until you do, for free.