Course Description: American Heart Association - PALS Recertification Course
The American Heart Association - Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Recertification Course is designed for healthcare providers who have previously completed the PALS Certification Course and wish to renew their certification. This course is intended for nurses, physicians, EMS professionals, and other healthcare workers who may be required to respond to pediatric emergencies.
The PALS Recertification Course provides a comprehensive review of pediatric emergency care, including recognition and treatment of respiratory distress and failure, shock, cardiac arrhythmias, and cardiac arrest. Participants will also learn how to assess and manage pediatric patients with various medical conditions and surgical emergencies.
In this course, you will:
Review and update your knowledge of pediatric emergency care Demonstrate proficiency in performing advanced pediatric life support techniques Learn the latest American Heart Association guidelines and recommendations for pediatric emergency care
Upon successful completion of the PALS Recertification Course, participants will receive an American Heart Association PALS Provider card, which is valid for two years. This certification demonstrates that you have maintained your knowledge and skills in providing advanced pediatric life support in emergency situations.
Certification: American Heart Association PALS Provider card, valid for two years
Note: This course is intended for healthcare professionals who wish to renew their certification in PALS. If you have not previously completed the PALS Certification Course, please visit the AHA website for other course options.