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EIIC Interview: Multicenter Evaluation of Prehospital Seizure Management of Children Webinar

Interview with Dr. Manish Shah, lead author, for the paper published in Prehospital Emergency Care

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Interview with Dr. Manish Shah, lead author, for the paper published in Prehospital Emergency Care

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EIIC Nursing Perspective: Caring for the Pediatric Patient in Status Epilepticus Video

Simulation of nursing care for the pediatric patient in status epilepticus. Includes review of room and equipment set-up and IN medication administration.

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Simulation of nursing care for the pediatric patient in status epilepticus. Includes review of room …

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EIIC Status Epilepticus in Children Webinar

Webinar on status epilepticus in children.

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Webinar on status epilepticus in children.

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Choose Your Own Adventure: Individual Learner Simulation

Hospital-based clinicians can work through the initial management of the pediatric patient in status epilepticus by answering clinical management questions that will determine patient outcome.

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Hospital-based clinicians can work through the initial management of the pediatric patient in status epilepticus …

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EIIC-TREKK Bottom Line Recommendations Pediatric Status Epilepticus

Co-developed by EIIC and TREKK, this Bottom Line Recommendation provides key facts and recommendations for the screening and management of status epilepticus in children.

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Co-developed by EIIC and TREKK, this Bottom Line Recommendation provides key facts and recommendations for …

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EIIC-TREKK Pediatric Status Epilepticus Algorithm

Pediatric Status Epilepticus Algorithm co-developed by EIIC and TREKK (Canada)

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Pediatric Status Epilepticus Algorithm co-developed by EIIC and TREKK (Canada)

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Emergency Care for Pediatric Seizures for the Prehospital Medical Provider

This is a five-part mini-series on pediatric seizures, made for YOU the paramedic. We want to ensure that all children in the United States and its Territories consistently receive appropriate, effective, and timely pediatric emergency …

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This is a five-part mini-series on pediatric seizures, made for YOU the paramedic. We want …

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Prehospital-Based Care

The Prehospital Domain supports the efforts of the Prehospital Pediatric Readiness Project (PPRP), the Pediatric Emergency Care Coordinator (PECC) Community of Practice (CoP), and EIIC Quality Collaboratives that reach prehospital providers. Additionally, we represent the …

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The Prehospital Domain supports the efforts of the Prehospital Pediatric Readiness Project (PPRP), the Pediatric …

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Trauma Care

More children die of injury each year than from all other causes combined. Most traumatic injuries are treated in general emergency departments (EDs) that may not have the specialized resources or expertise needed to treat …

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More children die of injury each year than from all other causes combined. Most traumatic …

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Pediatric Disaster Preparedness Toolkit

FEATURED RESOURCEChecklist of Essential Pediatric Domains and Considerations for Every Hospital’s Disaster Preparedness PoliciesThis checklist is an update to the original 2014 checklist and seeks to expand its utility. It is intended as a tool …

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Advocacy Disaster Hospital Prehospital Trauma

FEATURED RESOURCEChecklist of Essential Pediatric Domains and Considerations for Every Hospital’s Disaster Preparedness PoliciesThis checklist …

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Pediatric-Specific State Protocols/Guidelines

List of state-based pediatric prehospital protocols for numerous pediatric medical and traumatic conditions developed state EMSC programs.

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List of state-based pediatric prehospital protocols for numerous pediatric medical and traumatic conditions developed state …

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Pediatric Readiness in Emergency Medical Services Systems

Resource availability and pediatric readiness across EMS agencies are variable. Providing high-quality EMS care to children requires an infrastructure designed to support the care of pediatric patients and their families. Therefore, it is important that …

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Resource availability and pediatric readiness across EMS agencies are variable. Providing high-quality EMS care to …

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Consent for Emergency Medical Services for Children and Adolescents (AAP)

Abstract: Parental consent generally is required for the medical evaluation and treatment of minor children. However, children and adolescents might require evaluation of and treatment for emergency medical conditions in situations in which a parent …

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Abstract: Parental consent generally is required for the medical evaluation and treatment of minor children. …

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Withholding or Termination of Resuscitation in Pediatric Out-of-Hospital Traumatic Cardiopulmonary Arrest (AAP)

This multiorganizational literature review was undertaken to provide an evidence base for determining whether recommendations for out-of-hospital termination of resuscitation could be made for children who are victims of traumatic cardiopulmonary arrest. Although there is …

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This multiorganizational literature review was undertaken to provide an evidence base for determining whether recommendations …

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Access to Optimal Emergency Care for Children (AAP)

Organizational Principles to Guide and Define the Child Health Care System and/or Improve the Health of all Children. In this policy statement, ACEP, the AAP, and the ENA recommend methods to Improve Entry Into the …

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Organizational Principles to Guide and Define the Child Health Care System and/or Improve the Health …

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Drugs Used to Treat Pediatric Emergencies (AAP)

This clinical report is a revision of “Preparing for Pediatric Emergencies: Drugs to Consider.” It updates the list, indications, and dosages of medications used to treat pediatric emergencies in the prehospital, pediatric clinic, and emergency …

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This clinical report is a revision of “Preparing for Pediatric Emergencies: Drugs to Consider.” It …

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Emergency Medical Dispatch Guidecards (New Jersey)

New Jersey Department of Health, Office of Emergency Services (February 2020)

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New Jersey Department of Health, Office of Emergency Services (February 2020)

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Dispatch Prearrival Instructions (County of Los Angeles)

This document is a result of review of submitted dispatch protocols to the Los Angeles County EMS Agency. EMS Agency staff have updated these templates for pre-arrival instructions based on the latest available evidence and …

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This document is a result of review of submitted dispatch protocols to the Los Angeles …

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Limited English Proficiency Resource Document: Tips and Tools from the Field (for 911 call centers) {DOJ}

Department of Justice (DOJ) resource document - tools and tips for 911 call centers (see Chapters 1 & 2)

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Department of Justice (DOJ) resource document - tools and tips for 911 call centers (see …

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How Well do General EMS 911 Dispatch Protocols Predict ED Resource Utilization for Pediatric Patients?

Introduction: The use of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for low-acuity pediatric problems is well documented. Attempts have been made to curb potentially unnecessary transports, including using EMS dispatch protocols, shown to predict acuity and needs …

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Introduction: The use of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for low-acuity pediatric problems is well documented. …

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