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@SAFH Assessment Assessment Assessment PEWS/Sepsis
100
What is admission, discharge, and transfer of pediatric patients
Policy with most Peds info
100
What is PAT pediatric assessment triangle
Tool used in PALS to evaluate a child
100
What is tachypnea
Often 1st sign of distress
100
What is less than 60
Bradycardia is categorized as
100
What is on admission/q 4hr/as needed
PEWS charting requirement
200
What is 18 months - 18 years
Pediatric ages we care for
200
What is appearance/ behavior, work of breathing, circulation
In PAT, ABC stand for
200
What is Bradypnea
Ominous sign under B of PAT
200
What is hypotension
A very late sign of Peds patient decompensating
200
What is on admission & PEWS greater than or equal to 4
Sepsis charting requirement
300
What is a guardian
Person who is required to be at the bedside 24/7 for 18m-13yo patients
300
What is PALS
Tool that IDs a deteriorating patient prior to adverse event
300
What is heart rate
Major vital sign to watch in peds
300
What is vitals and assessment
Two sources of information used to get a PEWS score
300
What are behavior, cardiovascular, respiratory
The three categories used for PEWS scoring
400
What is 4:1
Nurse to patient ratio for 18m-13yo patients
400
What is appearance/behavior
LOC and neuro changes would be noted in which part of PAT
400
What is tachycardia
Often first indicator of compromised cardiac output
400
What are retractions
These are classified as mild-moderate or severe
400
Who is the MD
Who confirms a + sepsis screen
500
What is Peds charting
Documentation required for all Peds patients
500
What is nasal flaring
Red flag r/t WOB
500
What is unexplained Tachycardia
Red flag in C part of PAT
500
What is
This vital sign is maintained at the expense of peripheral perfusion
500
What is a fever
In peds sepsis screen, Tachycardia is adjusted if patient has what




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