|Examinee:||Your Name goes here.|
|Exam Name:||Pediatric Life Support|
|# of Questions:||40|
|Maximum # of Attempts:||Unlimited|
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|Children and infants are most likely to develop cardiac arrest from the progression of respiratory failure or shock (Young & Seidel, 1999). It is for this reason airway management skills are core to effective cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for this population in conjunction with high quality chest compressions (Kitamura et al., 2010). Practitioners should be knowledgeable in pediatric airway anatomy and highly efficient in assessment and management to optimize outcomes of CPR (Kleinman et al., 2010). This module will review CPR for the pediatric patient.|
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