The age-related differences are difficult to remember and cause major problems in pediatric resuscitation. One should not have to memorize numbers such as drug doses, tube sizes, or cardiac compression ratios. The proper organization of equipment, the posting of pediatric CPR data and equipment sheets, and the use of a length-based system (TableJ 0.-.5) can eliminate the need to commit many variables to memory and can reduce the possibility of errors. This eliminates much of the general anxiety connected with pediatric resuscitation and leaves clinicians free to apply the principles of resuscitation to the children as presented.
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