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Emergency Situation Training for Nurses | ACLS and PALS Skills

By at January 25, 2013 | 5:39 am | 0 Comment

Skills Day Event Surgery Centers ONLY   IMPORTANT: At the Request of Several Prominent Surgery Centers, CPR St. Louis Has Developed a Skills Day for Nurses... AND We Would Like to Give Your Facility’s Nurses the Opportunity to Take Advantage of this Critical Training.   The purpose of this training day is to help prevent the mishandling of an more...

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Intraosseous Needle Insertion Pt 2 | PALS Class St. Louis

By at December 31, 2012 | 7:52 am | 1 Comments

Part II of Intraosseous Needle Insertion Go to Part I of How to Insert an Intraosseous Needle as part of a Pediatric Advance Life Support (PALS) Class   See more video at CPR St. Louis Youtube more...

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Intraosseous Needle Insertion Pt 1 | PALS Class St. Louis

By at December 31, 2012 | 7:43 am | 1 Comments

How to Insert an IntraOsseous Needle (Part I) Watch this video of Intraosseous Needle Insertion in a Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) class, St. Louis. Go to Part II Part II of this video show the actual needle insertion technique and the purpose of intaosseous access.   See part 1 on Youtube more...

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Kangaroo Care for the Preemie by Paige Arndt

By at September 22, 2012 | 6:07 am | 0 Comment

Almost anyone who plans to be a parent has an ideal experience in mind.  They will get pregnant easily, have a non-incidental pregnancy, carry the baby to full-term, have a normal (pain-free) delivery, and go home, with baby-in-tow, within days of delivering their healthy bundle of joy.  This picture-perfect experience leads to an easier time of bonding between the baby more...

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PALS Class St. Louis

By at June 3, 2012 | 8:01 am | 0 Comment

If you are a paramedic, pediatrician, family practice physician, neonatal nurse, emergency physician, etc, in St. Louis you need to be certified by the American Heart Association in Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) every two years. A PALS Class St. Louis is offered by CPR St. Louis. Here is a video demonstrating BLS/CPR for Infants with two rescuers. This would be more...

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