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PALS Case Scenario, Testing Checklist, Respiratory Case Scenario 2. Lower Airway Obstruction, Student Name Date of Test. Critical Performance Steps correctly, Team Leader, Assigns team member roles. Uses effective communication throughout, Patient Management. Directs assessment of airway breathing circulation disability and exposure including vital signs. Directs administration of 100 oxygen or supplementary oxygen as needed to support oxygenation. Directs application of cardiac monitor and pulse oximetry. Identifies signs and symptoms of lower airway obstruction. Categorizes as respiratory distress or failure, Directs administration of albuterol and corticosteroids for asthma or suctioning or possible.
additional laboratory studies for bronchiolitis, States indications for bag mask ventilation and or other airway or ventilation support. If the student does not verbalize the above prompt the student with the following question. What are the indications for bag mask ventilation and or other airway or ventilation support. Directs establishment of IV or IO access if appropriate. Directs reassessment of patient in response to treatment. Case Conclusion Debriefing, The following step is evaluated only if the student s scope of practice applies. States indications for endotracheal intubation, If the student does not verbalize the above prompt the student with the following question. What are the indications for endotracheal intubation. Instructor Notes, Place a in the box next to each step the student completes successfully. If the student does not complete all steps successfully as indicated by at least 1 blank check box the student must receive. remediation Make a note here of which skills require remediation refer to Instructor Manual for information about remediation. Test Results Check PASS or NR to indicate pass or needs remediation PASS NR. Instructor Initials Instructor Number Date, 2016 American Heart Association.
PALS Case Scenario, Testing Checklist, Respiratory Case Scenario 3. Lung Tissue Disease, Student Name Date of Test, Critical Performance Steps correctly. Team Leader, Assigns team member roles, Uses effective communication throughout. Patient Management, Directs assessment of airway breathing circulation disability and exposure including vital signs. Directs administration of 100 oxygen or supplementary oxygen as needed to support oxygenation. and evaluates response, Identifies indications for bag mask ventilation and or additional airway or ventilation support.
Describes methods to verify that bag mask ventilation is effective. Directs application of cardiac monitor and pulse oximetry. Identifies signs and symptoms of lung tissue disease. Categorizes as respiratory distress or failure, Directs establishment of IV or IO access. Directs reassessment of patient in response to treatment. Identifies need for involvement of advanced provider with expertise in pediatric intubation and. mechanical ventilation, Case Conclusion Debriefing. The following step is evaluated only if the student s scope of practice applies. States indications for endotracheal intubation, If the student does not verbalize the above prompt the student with the following question. What are the indications for endotracheal intubation. Instructor Notes, Place a in the box next to each step the student completes successfully. If the student does not complete all steps successfully as indicated by at least 1 blank check box the student must receive. remediation Make a note here of which skills require remediation refer to Instructor Manual for information about remediation. Test Results Check PASS or NR to indicate pass or needs remediation PASS NR. Instructor Initials Instructor Number Date, 2016 American Heart Association.
PALS Case Scenario, Testing Checklist, Respiratory Case Scenario 4. Disordered Control of Breathing, Student Name Date of Test. Critical Performance Steps correctly, Team Leader, Assigns team member roles. Uses effective communication throughout, Patient Management. Directs assessment of airway breathing circulation disability and exposure including vital signs. Directs administration of 100 oxygen or supplementary oxygen as needed to support oxygenation. and evaluates response, Identifies indications for bag mask ventilation and or additional airway or ventilation support.
Describes methods to verify that bag mask ventilation is effective. Directs application of cardiac monitor and pulse oximetry. Identifies signs of disordered control of breathing. Categorizes as respiratory distress or failure, Directs establishment of IV or IO access. Directs reassessment of patient in response to treatment. Identifies need for involvement of advanced provider with expertise in pediatric intubation and. mechanical ventilation, Case Conclusion Debriefing. The following step is evaluated only if the student s scope of practice applies. States indications for endotracheal intubation, If the student does not verbalize the above prompt the student with the following question. What are the indications for endotracheal intubation. Instructor Notes, Place a in the box next to each step the student completes successfully. If the student does not complete all steps successfully as indicated by at least 1 blank check box the student must receive. remediation Make a note here of which skills require remediation refer to Instructor Manual for information about remediation. Test Results Check PASS or NR to indicate pass or needs remediation PASS NR. Instructor Initials Instructor Number Date, 2016 American Heart Association.
PALS Case Scenario, Testing Checklist, Shock Case Scenario 5. Hypovolemic Shock, Student Name Date of Test, Critical Performance Steps correctly. Team Leader, Assigns team member roles, Uses effective communication throughout. Patient Management, Directs assessment of airway breathing circulation disability and exposure including vital signs. Directs administration of 100 oxygen, Directs application of cardiac monitor and pulse oximetry.
Identifies signs and symptoms of hypovolemic shock. Categorizes as compensated or hypotensive shock, Directs establishment of IV or IO access. Directs rapid administration of a 20 mL kg fluid bolus of isotonic crystalloid repeats as needed to. treat signs of shock, Reassesses patient during and after each fluid bolus Stops fluid bolus if signs of heart failure. worsening respiratory distress development of hepatomegaly or rales crackles develop. Directs reassessment of patient in response to each treatment. Case Conclusion Debriefing, States therapeutic end points during shock management. If the student does not verbalize the above prompt the student with the following question. What are the therapeutic end points during shock management. Instructor Notes, Place a in the box next to each step the student completes successfully. If the student does not complete all steps successfully as indicated by at least 1 blank check box the student must receive. remediation Make a note here of which skills require remediation refer to Instructor Manual for information about remediation. Test Results Check PASS or NR to indicate pass or needs remediation PASS NR. Instructor Initials Instructor Number Date, 2016 American Heart Association.
PALS Case Scenario, Testing Checklist, Shock Case Scenario 6. Obstructive Shock, Student Name Date of Test, Critical Performance Steps correctly. Team Leader, Assigns team member roles, Uses effective communication throughout. Patient Management, Directs assessment of airway breathing circulation disability and exposure including vital signs. Directs application of cardiac monitor and pulse oximetry. Verbalizes DOPE mnemonic for intubated patient who deteriorates. If the student does not verbalize the above prompt the student with the following questions. What mnemonic is helpful to recall when the intubated patient deteriorates What does this mnemonic mean. Identifies signs and symptoms of obstructive shock. States at least 2 causes of obstructive shock, If the student does not state the above prompt the student with the following statement.
Tell me at least 2 causes of obstructive shock, Categorizes as compensated or hypotensive shock. Directs establishment of IV or IO access if needed. Directs rapid administration of a fluid bolus of isotonic crystalloid if needed ie for cardiac. tamponade massive pulmonary embolus, Directs appropriate treatment for obstructive shock needle decompression for tension pneumo. thorax fluid bolus and pericardiocentesis for cardiac tamponade oxygen ventilatory support. fluid bolus and expert consultation for massive pulmonary embolus prostaglandin infusion and. expert consultation for neonate with ductal dependent congenital heart disease and constriction. closure of the ductus arteriosus, Directs reassessment of patient in response to treatment. Case Conclusion Debriefing, States therapeutic end points during shock management. If the student does not verbalize the above prompt the student with the following question. What are the therapeutic end points during shock management. Instructor Notes, Place a in the box next to each step the student completes successfully.
If the student does not complete all steps successfully as indicated by at least 1 blank check box the student must receive. remediation Make a note here of which skills require remediation refer to Instructor Manual for information about remediation. Test Results Check PASS or NR to indicate pass or needs remediation PASS NR. Instructor Initials Instructor Number Date, 2016 American Heart Association. PALS Case Scenario, Testing Checklist, Shock Case Scenario 7. Distributive Shock, Student Name Date of Test, Critical Performance Steps correctly. Team Leader, Assigns team member roles, Uses effective communication throughout. Patient Management, Directs assessment of airway breathing circulation disability and exposure including vital signs.
Directs administration of 100 oxygen, Directs application of cardiac monitor and pulse oximetry. Identifies signs and symptoms of distributive septic shock. Categorizes as compensated or hypotensive shock, Directs establishment of IV or IO access. Directs rapid administration of a 20 mL kg fluid bolus of isotonic crystalloid repeats as needed. with careful reassessment to treat shock, Reassesses patient during and after each fluid bolus Stops fluid bolus if signs of heart failure. worsening respiratory distress development of hepatomegaly or rales crackles develop. Directs initiation of vasoactive drug therapy within first hour of care for fluid refractory shock. Directs reassessment of patient in response to treatment. Directs early administration of antibiotics within first hour after shock is identified. Case Conclusion Debriefing, States therapeutic end points during shock management. If the student does not verbalize the above prompt the student with the following question. What are the therapeutic end points during shock management. Instructor Notes, Place a in the box next to each step the student completes successfully.
If the student does not complete all steps successfully as indicated by at least 1 blank check box the student must receive. remediation Make a note here of which skills require remediation refer to Instructor Manual for information about remediation. Test Results Check PASS or NR to indicate pass or needs remediation PASS NR. Instructor Initials Instructor Number Date, 2016 American Heart Association. PALS Case Scenario, Testing Checklist, Shock Case Scenario 8. Cardiogenic Shock, Student Name Date of Test, Critical Performance Steps correctly. Team Leader, Assigns team member roles, Uses effective communication throughout. Patient Management, Directs assessment of airway breathing circulation disability and exposure including vital signs.
Directs administration of 100 oxygen, Directs application of cardiac monitor and pulse oximetry. Identifies signs and symptoms of cardiogenic shock. Categorizes as compensated or hypotensive shock, Directs establishment of IV or IO access. Directs slow administration of a 5 to 10 mL kg fluid bolus of isotonic crystalloid over 10 to. 20 minutes and reassesses patient during and after fluid bolus Stops fluid bolus if signs of. heart failure worsen, Directs reassessment of patient in response to treatment. Recognizes the need to obtain expert consultation from pediatric cardiologist. Identifies need for inotropic vasoactive drugs during treatment of cardiogenic shock. If the student does not indicate the above prompt the student with the following question. What are the indications for inotropic vasoactive drugs during cardiogenic shock. Case Conclusion Debriefing, States therapeutic end points during shock management. If the student does not verbalize the above prompt the student with the following question. What are the therapeutic end points during shock management. Instructor Notes, Place a in the box next to each step the student completes successfully.
If the student does not complete all steps successfully as indicated by at least 1 blank check box the student must receive. remediation Make a note here of which skills require remediation refer to Instructor Manual for information about r. PALS Case Scenario Testing Checklist Respiratory Case Scenario 1 Upper Airway Obstruction Student Name Date of Test Critical Performance Steps if done correctly Team Leader Assigns team member roles Uses effective communication throughout Patient Management Directs assessment of airway breathing circulation disability and exposure including vital signs Directs administration

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