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Pediatric nots PARA

Peadiatric notes for Paramedic Students

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weight estimate for Pediatric pts. (KG) KG= (agex2) +10
Vitals 0-3 months RR-30-60 HR 90-180
Vitals 3-6 months RR-30-60 HR80-160
Vitals 6-12 months RR 25-45 HR 80-140
Vitals 1-3yr RR 20-30 Hr 75-130
Vitals 6yrs RR 16-24 Hr 70-110
Vitals 10 yrs RR14-20 HR 60-90
Hypoglycemic in <2 years old <3.0mmol/L
Pediatric First Impression Triangle Appearance, Breathing, Circulation
HR Estimate for Pediatric Pt's Hr= 150 - (5x age in years)
BP Estimate for Pediatric PT's 80-90 + (2xage)
Common Neonate Emergency infection,neglect
Common Infant Emergency Infection, neglect, abuse
Common Toddler Emergency Poisoning, fall
Common Preschooler Emergency Poisoning, fall, pedestrian
Common School age Emergency Pedestrian, fall,
Common Adolescent Emergency MV, OD/poison, Recreation
Drowning most common in <4
Pedestrian MVC most common in 5-9
Neonate Birth to 1 month
Infant 1-12 months
Toddler 1-3 years
Preschooler 3-6years
School age 6-12 years
Adolescents 12-18 Years
Decrease respiratory reserve + increased 02 Demand =? Increased Risk Respiratory Failure
Circulation key Points Blood volume lower in proportion, Cannot increaese contractility, O2demand increase=chronotrope, Blood volume 80-90cc/kg, Bradycardia due to hypoxia
Created by: Jordo99