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    American Heart Association.
    Part 1: Course overview. Course objectives ; Precourse preparation ; Course materials ; Course completion requirements ; Science update ; The chain of survival
    Part 2: Review of BLS and AED for infants and children. Learning objectives ; BLS for infants and children ; AED for infants and children younger than 8 years
    Part 3: High-performance teams. High-performance team roles and dynamics
    Part 4: Systematic approach to the seriously ill or injured child. Learning objective ; Initial assessment to identify a life-threatening condition ; Initial assessment ; Evaluate-Identify-Intervene ; Primary assessment ; Secondary assessment ; Diagnostic assessments
    Part 5: Recognizing and managing cardiac arrest. Learning objective ; Rapidly intervene to prevent cardiac arrest ; Life-threatening problems ; Cardiac arrest in infants and children ; Definition of cardiac arrest ; Pathways to cardiac arrest ; Causes of cardiac arrest ; Recognizing cardiac arrest ; Managing cardiac arrest
    Part 6: Effective high-performance team dynamics. Learning objective ; Roles in a high-performance team ; Elements of effective high-performance team dynamics
    Part 7: Recognizing respiratory distress and failure. Learning objective ; Fundamental issues associated with respiratory problems ; Identifying respiratory problems by severity ; Identifying respiratory problems by type ; Summary: recognizing respiratory problems flowchart
    Part 8: Managing respiratory distress and failure. Learning objective ; Rescue breating ; Initial management of respiratory distress and failture ; Principles of targeted management ; Managing upper airway obstruction ; Managing lower airway obstruction ; Managing lunch tissue disease ; Managing disordered control of breathing ; Summary: managing respiratory emergencies flowchart ; Resources for managing respiratory emergencies
    Part 9: Recognizing shock. Learning objective ; Defining shock ; Pathophysiology of shock ; Identifying shock by severity (effect on blood pressure) ; Identifying shock by type ; Recognizing shock flowchart
    Part 10: Managing shock. Learning objective ; Goals of shock management ; Fundamentals of shock management ; General management of shock ; Fluid therapy ; Glucose ; Management according to type of shock ; Managing shock flowchart ; Resources for managing circulatory emergencies
    Part 11: Recognizing arrhythmias. Learning objectives ; Bradycardia definitions ; Recognizing bradycardia ; Tachyarrhythmias
    Part 12: Managing arrhythmias. Learning objectives ; Principles of managing pediatric arrhythmias ; Management: pediatric bradycardia with a pulse ; Managing tachyarrhythmias ; Summary of emergency interventions ; Pediatric tachycardia with a pulse algorithm
    Part 13: Post-cardiac arrest care. Learning objective ; Goals of therapy ; Respiratory system ; Cardiovascular system ; Neurologic system
    Appendices: BLS skills testing checklists ; Initial assessment: pediatric assessment triangle ; Primary assessment ; Skills station competency checklists ; Rhythm recognition review ; Learning station competency checklists and PALS case scenario testing checklists.
    Digital Access AHA 2020