Items in FPM with MESH term: Pediatrics
ABSTRACT: The etiologies of respiratory failure, shock, cardiopulmonary arrest and dysrhythmias in children differ from those in adults. In 1988, the American Heart Association implemented the pediatric advanced life support (PALS) program. Major revisions to the program were made in 1994, with further revisions in 1997. The PALS program teaches a systematic, organized approach for the evaluation and management of acutely ill or injured children. Early identification and treatment of respiratory failure and shock in children improve survival, from a dismal 10 percent to an encouraging 85 percent. Family physicians who care for acutely ill or injured children have a tremendous opportunity to save lives through implementation of the PALS information.
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AAP statement on sports participation in children and adolescents. - Practice Guidelines
AAP Releases Policy Statement on Identifying and Treating Eating Disorders - Practice Guidelines
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AAP Releases Policy Statement on Eye Examinations - Practice Guidelines
The U.S. Primary Care Physician Workforce: Persistently Declining Interest in Primary Care Medical Specialties - Graham Center Policy One-Pagers