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PALS Precourse Self-Assessment

07/07/2019, 12)30 PM

Here is the report and breakdown of your scores to help you with any additional review.

User: Jessa Javier

Your total score is 86% (45/52)

A score of 70% or higher must be achieved to pass the Precourse Self-Assessment (PSA).

PERCENTAGE OVERVIEW, MAJOR TESTING AREAS:

70%

Rhythm ID Pharmacology Practical Application
Rhythm ID
Pharmacology
Practical Application

Scores in Major Testing Areas

This Precourse Self-Assessment had 3 sections.

The Rhythm Identification section tested your ability to identify the basic core rhythms used in the PALS Provider Course and written exam. You scored 100% on your ability to identify these rhythms.

The Pharmacology section tested your ability to identify drugs used in clinical situations. You scored 90% on your ability to identify these drugs or interventions and doses.

The Practical Application section tested your ability to identify a rhythm and then choose the correct action or drug. This is what you will be expected to do in the learning stations and the case scenario testing. You scored 79% on your ability to select a treatment or intervention after identifying the rhythm.

Score in Algorithms:

The questions tested your knowledge of material in the PALS Algorithms. If you scored low in an algorithm, review it and the drugs and sequence of interventions in the algorithm.

Here is how you scored on the algorithms:

BLS Healthcare Provider Pediatric Cardiac Arrest Algorithm for 2 or More Rescuers: 100% (1/1) BLS Healthcare Provider Pediatric Cardiac Arrest Algorithm for the Single Rescuer: 50% (1/2) Pediatric Bradycardia With a Pulse and Poor Perfusion Algorithm: 66% (2/3) Pediatric Cardiac Arrest Algorithm: 100% (6/6) Pediatric Tachycardia With a Pulse and Poor Perfusion Algorithm: 100% (1/1)

Score in Case Material:

The questions tested your knowledge of material in the PALS case scenarios. If you scored low in a case, review it and the drugs and series and sequence of interventions used in the case.

Here is how you scored on the cases:

1-rescuer child CPR: 50% (1/2) 2-rescuer infant CPR: 100% (1/1)

PALS Precourse Self-Assessment

07/07/2019, 12)30 PM

Airway management: 100% (4/4) Asystole: 100% (1/1) Bradycardia: 75% (3/4) Defibrillation: 100% (1/1) Disordered control of breathing: 100% (1/1) Endotracheal drug administration: 100% (1/1) Fluid resuscitation: 100% (1/1) Hypovolemic shock: 100% (3/3) IV/IO access: 0% (0/1) Infant/child breaths: 75% (3/4) Infant/child chest compressions: 100% (3/3) Lower airway obstruction: 100% (1/1) Normal sinus rhythm: 100% (1/1) Obstructive shock: 100% (1/1) Oxygen delivery systems: 100% (1/1) PEA: 100% (1/1) Shock: 0% (0/1) Tachycardia: 100% (9/9) Team dynamics: 0% (0/1) Upper airway obstruction: 100% (1/1) Ventricular fibrillation: 100% (4/4)

Score in Pharmacology Material:

The questions tested your knowledge of pharmacology material in the PALS case scenarios. If you scored low on certain drug knowledge, review the drug and make sure you know how and when the drug is used in the algorithm. Also, know the dose used in specific situations, such as atropine in PEA.

Here is how you scored on drugs:

Adenosine: 100% (1/1) Albuterol: 100% (1/1) Amiodarone: 100% (1/1) Atropine: 0% (0/1) Calcium chloride: 100% (1/1) Epinephrine: 66% (2/3) General pharmacology: 100% (1/1) Isotonic crystalloid: 100% (2/2) Lidocaine: 100% (1/1) Magnesium sulfate: 100% (1/1) Oxygen: 100% (2/2)

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