PALS - Soporte vital Avanzado Pediátrico

EL curso PALS (Soporte Vital Avanzado Pediátrico) es dirigido a  los  profesionales de  la  salud que tiene la responsabilidad  de  atención de pacientes  pediátricos en un estado  grave  o riesgo  vital.

El método de la  American Heart Association   que permite  al participante  el estudio previo  de manual PALS y posteriormente  interactuar con los instructores  del programa  mediante   mesas  debate,  discusión y estaciones de  destreza  enfocadas a  la  atención del  preparo  del paciente  pediátrico.

 

Dirigido a:

  • Pediatras
  • Médicos Generales.
  • Médicos de Emergencias.
  • Enfermeras /os.
  • Paramédicos.
  • Inhalo terapeutas.

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  • Visual learning, animated multimedia lessons
  • Quick and immersive learning
  • Progressive improvement in core student learning
  • High Overall School performance
  • Student assessment and evaluation
  • Report cards

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