Reinforce the skills for pediatric resuscitation using mock code exercises. This text provides the information needed to set up and conduct mock codes as well as 37 mock code scenarios submitted by over 20 contributors. In addition to serving as a resource for conducting mock codes, this text also serves as a study guide for health care professionals who care for children. * Provides strategies for educators, facilitators, and participants on the practical use of mock code exercises * Presents 35 different mock code scenarios; each can easily be adapted to various skill levels, from basic to advanced * Includes a qhow-toq guide with all the information needed to perform mock codes -- from equipment required to the roles of all participants * Based on more than a decade of mock code experience at Boston's Children's Hospital Spanish version also available, ISBN: 84-8174-399-2In Barkin RM: Pediatric emergency medicine: concepts and clinical practice, ed 2, St Louis. 1997, Mosby. ... INITIAL APPROACH TO INGESTIONS ERICA LIEBELT The initial approach 206 HANDBOOK OF PEDIATRIC MOCK CODES ... None Irregular, slow Regular, crying Muscle tone None Some flexion Good flexion Grimace None Requires stimulation Spontaneous Color Pale or blue Centrally pink.
|Title||:||Handbook of Pediatric Mock Codes|
|Author||:||Mark G. Roback|
|Publisher||:||Mosby Incorporated - 1998|