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EMSC works to create awareness about the special needs of children in emergency medical situations. The following resources are available free of charge.
This checklist is based on the AAP, ACEP, and ENA 2009 Joint Policy Statement "Guidelines for Care of Children in the Emergency Department"
This document is a compilation of pediatric online training modules available specifically for pre-hospital providers.
We will be providing two four-hour pediatric simulation training sessions in each of the seven Greater Minnesota regions. Upcoming dates and locations:
Thursday, January 19 in Duluth - registration will be available December 9th
Saturday, February 4th in Blue Earth - registration will be available December 14th
Saturday, February 11th in Elbow Lake - registration will be available December 21st
Saturday, February 18th in Luverne - registration will be available December 28th
Saturday, February 25th in the Northwest region - registration will be available January 4th
We are pleased to release the newly updated pediatric prehospital guidelines. They are designed for BLS and ALS providers.
This is a pocket sized reference card that includes pediatric vital signs and an assessment triangle. Please click on the link below if you would like to print your own.
This resource was designed to provide general instruction on first aid for common childhood emergencies. These flipcharts are NOT for use by medical professionals. They are great for daycare centers, schools, parent classes, babysitting courses, everybody!
This is an EMS communication aid that was designed for children who are non-verbal, young children and ESL children. This aid uses a series of universal pictures to communicate. The pictures range from the scene to the hospital.
We partnered with Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota to create a communication aid for the hopsital setting. This is the same design as the EMS one but has more pictures and the range is from the hospital to home.