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With the rapid spread of COVID-19, more confirmed pediatric cases are being reported. Though symptoms have widely been reported as minimal in this population, research has shown that infants are at high risk to become critical cases. This webinar will explore statistics of pediatric COVID-19, sequela of the disease including heart and lung function, how lung development plays a role in COVID-19 disease course, as well as appropriate outcome measures and interventions in this population following the acute phase of the disease.

Meet our Presenter

Ashley Parish PT, DPT, CRT, CCS

Course Code:

LMS-1032-13

Completion Instructions

Review recording, complete assessment with at least a 70% score, download and save certificate

Course level

Multiple

Date published

04/13/2020

Date recorded

04/13/2020

Delivery method

Online

Instructor(s)

Ashley Parish PT, DPT, CRT, CCS

Learning objectives

  1. Discuss COVID-19 pediatric statistics and data including male/female ratio, severity of cases, and common signs/symptoms
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  3. Recognize potential implications on cardiovascular & pulmonary function post COVID-19
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  5. Understand development of lung structures throughout the pediatric lifespan
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  7. Utilize evidence-based practice to assess cardiovascular & pulmonary outcomes in the pediatric population
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  9. Discuss appropriate interventions to address potential complications of COVID-19

Partner(s)

  • Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Section
  • COVID
  • Students
  • Veterans Administration (VA)

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#Lessons:
1Pediatric_COVID_PACER_compressed.mp4
2Assessment
Overview
Type:E-Learning Course
Credits:0.1
Credit Categories
Domains:COVID19
Key Dates
Enrollment:Prior to  06/29/2021
Enrollment