Paediatric resuscitation & choking

Flow diagram of OSCE approach to management of paediatric resuscitation & choking.
Authored By Suzie Jones on Thursday 7th April 2011

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Amy Huxtable
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Medical Student - Peninsula
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Posted almost 5 years ago
This is a lovely flow diagram for PBLS. A few of things that perhaps we have been taught differently is that; 1. Following the 5 rescue breaths it is important to check for a pulse (brachial in infant, carotid in child) as well as movement. 2. There i
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Abbie Coe
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Nurse practitioner - Allergy Medical Brisbane
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Posted about 2 years ago
I was under the impression we don't do abdominal thrusts anymore. I don't this is taught on the APLS course (UK and Austraila). I also agree with the first post - we are most definitely taught never to shake a baby. Aside from the risk of causing injury ,
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Abbie Coe
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Posted about 2 years ago
* I don't think !!
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